Welcome to Acadia National Park the oldest National Park east of the Mississippi River. Acadia is located in the eastern coastal region of Maine and consists of more than 47,000 acres of mountains, lakes, shorelines and woodlands.
On October 17, 1947 there was a fire in that lasted nearly a month. This fire destroyed over 10,000 acres of the park exceeding $23 million in damage, and that year was known as “the year Maine burned” with over 200,000 acres destroyed in total. Since then the park has recovered and has been restored to beauty. Continue reading
Rain or shine, BoltBus Seattle picks up and drops off right in the heart of the this beautiful city.
BoltBus Philadelphia departs and arrives near the 30th St Amtrak station and is located on JFK Boulevard about 100 yards west of the intersection of JFK Blvd. and N. 30th St. Continue reading
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Welcome to Fenway Park, home of the Boston Red Sox. Today is the Red Sox season opener in Fenway Park, so we thought we would give you some fun facts about our very own, world famous Boston’s Fenway Park stadium!
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Want to travel between two of Wisconsin’s major cities? Look no further. Three great companies, Greyhound, Badger Bus and JeffersonLines, all travel a Madison to Milwaukee bus route. Traveling by bus is more cost efficient and it is better for the environment. There are not too many differences between these three routes. The Greyhound Madison to Milwaukee bus will take about an hour and 25 minutes, the Badger Bus Madison to Milwaukee bus will take about an hour and a half, while the Jefferson Line bus route will take about an hour and 20 minutes. Variable traffic conditions make the three routes really all the same. All of the Madison to Milwaukee bus routes have a range of fares depending on when you purchase your ticket. You can find everything you need on Wanderu.com where you will see all your options in one place. Continue reading