Tuesday, January 15, 2013

Secret San Francisco Treats

Visiting San Francisco and want to avoid all the clichéd tourist attractions and tourist filled traps? When you organize your travel with a reputable bus rental company like Bus Rental San Francisco, you’re in luck as first of all, you arrive in comfort and style by charter bus and you enjoy the most professional service from any transportation company.
The best value and easiest to get around option to see San Francisco during the charter bus tour or vacation is to get the San Francisco City Pass. It allows you to travel all around the city, with unlimited rides on the city’s MUNI transit and see all of San Francisco’s best attractions but also gets you free access or discounted rates for many of the city’s best attractions and events.
Escape to sunny skies on the rooftop of the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art and be surrounded by the architecture of the SOMA district to a beautiful “gallery without a ceiling.”
Take the rented charter bus to this open-air courtyard is the perfect place to relax and enjoy a cup of local coffee. Plus, their art-inspired desserts are all baked daily on the premises, and are inspired by the art on display in the gallery! Look out for the Mondrian Cake (vanilla and red velvet cake with chocolate ganache) the original of which can be found in the MOMA's permanent collection.
Enjoy some of the best food ever and visit the Off The Grid Food Truck Festival which is held every Friday night. More than 30 food trucks and vendors converge at Fort Mason Center for a moveable feast of sorts serving up cheap and delicious eats from curry to gourmet tacos (you can even have breakfast for dinner with the brunch-only truck!) It’s the easiest way to sample some of the city’s finest cuisine in one hotspot and it is well worth the effort during the charter bus tour.
Or if you prefer your setting to be a bit more up market, head over to the four star Huntington Hotel & Nob Hill Spa set high up on picturesque Nob Hill. Check out their Art Deco décor, and its impeccable service and don’t miss the complimentary tea service or the on-site full-service Nob Hill Spa.
Get the charter bus driver to take you to the (in)famous hilly slopes of San Francisco so that you can start hopping on an electric bike or zipping around on an Segway with the San Francisco Electric Tour Company. It’s an excellent way to explore all the city has to offer and tours are available, with knowledgeable, friendly tour guides who they cater to all accessibility levels and time constraints.
So book your escape to and from San Francisco with bus rental services from Bus Rental San Francisco today and enjoy some secret sights and treats that you’re bound to start sharing.

Monday, January 14, 2013

So much to see on a bus rental CA

Are you curious about the benefits and reasons for traveling with a bus rental? CA is just one of our destinations that are covered by our services, along with many other destinations. Putting together a group trip doesn't have to cause major brain strain from stress, in fact our booking process is so streamlined and easy, it's one of the reasons we are chosen more often than any other by people looking to book a coach bus. Traveling with a bus rental CA can be easy and fun if you leave the driving to us. 

People have been visiting the Golden State from all parts of the country. CA is known for being the closest thing to a perfect place, whether it is for the sunny vineyards of Napa, to the charming small-towns on the Central Coast, or Southern CA’s miles of flawless, endless beaches. If you're considering or planning to visit CA, you will very likely be trying to figure out all the different things you want to do. From the amusement parks and sunny beaches of Southern CA to the rugged cliffs and deserted beaches on the Northern Coast and everything in between, there is no end to all the things you can experience on a bus rental CA. 

If you want to visit Southern CA, there are a few places you should visit. Los Angeles is the second largest city in the country besides the Big Apple, so there is no lack of things to do and see in that area, and there are plenty of CA resorts centered around theme parks so you can enjoy a hassle free experience, since everything is easy to find. Disneyland and Sea world are family friendly places to enjoy on a bus rental CA.

Exploring with a bus rental CA can make it possible for you and your group to see all the sites there is to see without worrying about how you are going to get there safely. Traveling in one of our luxury coach buses will not only make your trip to CA fun but you will also be traveling in comfort. Our coach buses offer restrooms, high back reclining seats, TVs, DVD players and CD players so you and your group enjoy your trip from start to finish.
So as you can see these are just a few of the many reasons to book with a bus rental CA. So if you're ready to travel with a bus rental, CA is a great destination and our trained representatives can help you plan a fantastic charter bus excursion for everyone in your group. Leave the planning to a company who have been planning trips on a bus rental CA for a long time.

Friday, January 11, 2013

Off the beaten path in California

The official “unofficial” guide to California is Rob Lowe. While you may love his movies, some of you may not share your love for the same places he might be recommending. So make your own adventure and goo off the beaten path with Bus Rental Ca.
One hidden treasure located halfway between California and San Francisco, just north of Morro Bay on California Highway One is Cayucos and you can easily get there with bus rental CA services. This quaint California beach town has its origins in the late 1800s and still maintains a nineteenth century look.
It’s reputed to be one of the best places along the coast to go antique shopping and if you love to look for a bargain, there are about a half dozen places along Ocean Avenue that will have you enthralled for hours on end with your bus transportation.
You could also rent a bus to tour the murals scattered around town for a look at how different eyes see the neighborhood.
Another place worth visiting is Casa Grande, located a half-hour drive north of Morro Bay. Commonly known as Hearst Castle, it was the home of American newspaper publisher William Randolph Hearst who built the nation’s largest newspaper chain and whose methods profoundly influenced American journalism.
If you’re planning on visiting the area between December to February, then the elephant seal rookery about four and a half miles north of Hearst Castle is a must visit attraction. The seals come up around this time of the year to give birth and it’s not uncommon to see about 4,000 newborn pups during that time.
Food wise, local charter bus rental customers recommend Hoppe's Bistro, a charming place along the coast, with a pretty garden and a menu that includes rare, locally farmed red abalone! And when paired with a wine from nearby wine country of Paso Robles, you get a mouth-watering meal unlike any other.
So, that’s the low down (no pun intended) on one of California’s best-kept little hideaways that you can easily visit with Bus Rental Ca.

Thursday, January 10, 2013

Jaw-dropping Californian Beaches

Some may look for beautiful beaches in California, some may be looking for nudist beaches instead…well, if you are looking for something different, here are a couple of beaches that some people, like our bus rental CA customers, believe they should be classified as either ‘out of this world’ or simply ‘weird’. Take a look around and see for yourself.
One of them would be a beach along Big Sur alled Pfeiffer Beach because they have purple sand. Yes, you heard right, purple sand. For your information, the color is due to the tiny pieces of garnets that can be found in the sand. Honestly, some people commented that they felt like there was a spillage of some sort or perhaps Nature wanted to put a twist to Californian beaches.
On the other end of the ‘out of this world’ spectrum would be Glass Beach in Fort Bragg. You would have to agree, at the end of the day, that it is one of the world’s most amazingly jaw-dropping sight because after decades of warming up the glass shards, the beach now simply looks serene, peaceful, gorgeous and most importantly, glittery with harmless glass shards.
Oceano Beach in Pismo is just about the only beach along the CA stretch that permits vehicles on its beach. Most weekend speed and car lovers will bring their large, bulky off-the-road vehicles here for a spin. Not a place you would want to have your kids rolling around in nor would you want to lay out the picnic blanket, though.
As expected, California beaches are great for any kind of outdoor activity so, if you have organizing a group vacation with your friends, family, relatives, co-workers or church members, please do remember to give bus rental CA a call for a quick bus rental quote. We would to hear from you and be your travel partner now or in the very near future.