Friday, February 15, 2013

Touring California by Rental Bus

Bright and breezy California has always been a favorite tourist destination, and there is no better way to see California than with a charter bus, coach bus, party bus, mini bus, passenger coaches or school bus hired from Bus Rental California. Getting around California’s sights and attractions in style and comfort has never been easier than with a rental bus. California’s temperate climate and varied geography has a little something to offer everyone, so come along with us in your rental bus for sampling of what California has to offer.
Established in 1965, Sea Ranch, 110 miles north of San Francisco near Gualala is best reached by rental bus. Located on a stretch of rugged Northern California coast, this utopian experiment by a group of top flight architects features unobtrusive low key homes that blend into the landscape and an exclusive 20 room lodge. Guests at Sea Ranch can hike, bike, ride a horse, play the resort's links-style golf course or kayak.
Most people would have visited Yosemite when touring the Sierra, but take your rental bus and head a little deeper into California’s back country and you’ll arrive at Thousand Island Lake. This lake sits 10,000 feet above sea level, with views and landscapes that leave visitors with jaws dropped in awe. Easy enough to do as a day hike, or get a camping permit and stay overnight to catch the sunset and sunrise light up the mountains surrounding the lake.
When most folks hear about grunion running, they think that California native are putting them on, but it is actually a real thing. A short trip in your rental bus brings you to Coronado Beach, where you can see these 5 inch long, blue-green-silver fish crawling up the beach to lay their eggs before returning to the sea. The grunion run only happens at night, at high tide, two to six nights after new and full moons, between March and September. Watch the grunion run, and then walking straight of Coronado Beach into Hotel Del Coronado’s Babcock and Story bar for a nightcap.
Take a rental bus trip to the Cold Spring Tavern, sitting in the mountains about 10 miles outside of Santa Barbara. A popular weekend destination with bikers who come to carve the mountain roads on their motorcycles, Cold Spring is more than just a tavern. Starting as a stagecoach stop in the 1880s, Cold Spring includes an upscale restaurant serving buffalo, venison and rabbit alongside more normal table meats. The bar features a massive stone fireplace, and fills up with bikers and blues lovers who come to hear Tom Ball and Kenny Sultan play on Sunday afternoons.
Take a tour of California with a rental bus from Bus Rental California for an unforgettable journey with their fleet or rental buses and friendly, personalized service.