School Bus Accidents – Rare, But Still an Issue

The accident rate for school buses is thankfully, very low. Considering the sheer volume of school buses that transport children to and from school daily, school buses are relatively very safe. This is probably due in part to their large size and design, and the lower speeds in which they tend to travel. However, motor vehicle accidents do still occur on school buses, and when they do, the consequences can be overwhelming for everyone involved.

The Transportation Research Board of the National Academies of Science and Engineering reports that there are approximately 6,000 injuries and 20 deaths annually in the USA due to school bus accidents.

School bus designs have not been changed since 1977, which means that many of them are not equipped with seat belts. Although 3 states – New York, New Jersey and Florida – require new buses to have seat belts, only New Jersey and Florida actually require riders to use them. Safety advocates have been fighting to make seat belts and seat belt usage a standard in all new buses across the country.

Out of the estimated 20 deaths that occur annually due to school buses, an incredible 15 of them are due to children being run over by the buses in the process of boarding or exit them. Safety laws have been implemented in all states to remedy this problem, but pedestrian accidents still remain.

The issues surrounding school bus accidents can become quite complicated. Personal Injury Lawyers / Accident Attorneys who have experience with liability laws can be very helpful in sorting out the legal matters surrounding this type of accident. Many factors must be taken into consideration when deciding fault in a school bus accident. Although infrequent, school bus accidents do occur, and a lawyer specializing in school bus accidents can help determine the negligent party and assess any damages that may be claimed.

City View Trolley Tours – Key West Florida

Okay, even a guy who writes about mob guys needs a break once in a while. So me and the wife took a four-day vacation to Key West, Florida for a little R&R before I go back to mob-busting again.

The quandary you face when going to Key West is what to see and how to see it. There are scores of attractions to see and great food to eat at dozens of restaurants. And every hotel, and even the Key West Express boat we took to Key West from Fort Myers, is pushing a Trolley Tour Bus that goes for 29 bucks for maybe an hour, or so, tour of downtown Key West.

So we decided not to decide on anything until we actually took a cab to downtown Key West from our Comfort Inn Hotel. Our cab driver Richie from Brooklyn (who moonlights as an excellent drummer for several Key West bands) dropped us off at stop number 5 on the City View Trolley Tour. We stepped up to the information counter and was greeted by a cheerful young lad named Marty. We asked Marty a few questions, which he answered effortlessly, and then Marty told us about the City View Trolley Tour.

The City View Trolley Tour makes eight stops in all, each stop having its own great tourist must-sees in the area. And get this: you can get off the bus as many times time you want, get on as many times as you want, see the sights, and a bus stops every 15 minutes at all eight stops to pick you up again and continue on the tour. And if you want to take the tour again that day, no problem. Just get on the bus again at any of the eight stops. The City View Trolley Tour costs only $19 a person, and if you come back the following day, it’s only 9 bucks a person.

The best part of the tour is the constant banter and boundless information the cheerful and always humorous bus driver regales you with over the bus loud speakers, as he tools around downtown Key West. It seems that every street on Key West has its own story, and even the cemetery is filled with fun-stuff information. Like the one tombstone that says, “I told you I was sick.” And another tombstone, where a weary wife put on her philandering husband’s tombstone, “At least I know where you’re sleeping tonight.”

In the course of the two days we took riding the City View Trolley Tour, we must have seen everything two or three times, but never told in the same manner, by one of the tour buses dozen or so drivers. Of course tips are permitted, and believe me even a buck or two is greatly appreciated, and much deserved.

In addition, Marty gave us several discount tickets for various attractions, and bars and restaurants, including 2 for 1drink coupons (he gave us four) for the Conch Republic Seafood Company, which has the best sea food this side of heaven.

One place you must see in Key West is the Ernest Hemingway Home and Museum ($12.50 per person). A nice lady gave us a grand tour of Hemingway’s house, and besides all the great tales of Ernie, you get to see 44 of Hemingway’s six-toed cats, which are all descendants of Hemingway’s original six-toed cats. (Actually, the genes for six toes are present in all the cats, but only about a half of them actually have six toes.)

Other grand tour must-sees are: Harry Truman’s Little White House, West Martello Tower, Southernmost Point (which is actually the Southernmost tip of the United States), all of Duval Street (which is like Key West’s Broadway), Clinton Square Market, Higgs Beach, Pat Croce’s Rum Barrell, Sloppy Joe’s Bar (Sloppy Joe Russell was Hemingway’s best friend in Key West), Jimmy Buffet’s Margaritaville, and Fort Zachary Taylor State Park.

So remember this folks, if you plan on visiting Key West for the first time, or maybe you’ve been there before but wanted to see more of the attractions, stop at the City View Trolley Tour. The main office and stop number one is located at 105 Whitehead Street, right across the street from the Clinton Square Customs House. Or see Marty at stop number 5, where you can also buy tour tickets, Stop 5 is located one block from the Southernmost Point near the end of Duval Street (upper Duval Street.

As for me, I’m back home and have my head up the butts of the world’s worst mobsters again. But I’m looking forward to going back to Key West as soon as possible. And of course, I’ll take the City View Trolley Tour again. Maybe twice.

If Key West was good enough for Ernest Hemingway, it’s certainly good enough for little old me.

Kennedy Space Center in Florida

Orlando, Florida is home to many interesting places to visit no wonder the place is one of the well loved vacation spots around the world. One of the best places to come to during your stay in Orlando is the Kennedy Space Center.

Kennedy Space Center entertains it visitors by making them understand how the place first began and how historical it is. It also shows people mankind’s endeavours to knowing more about not just our planet but including the things in space. The space center is accessible to go to because it is just an hour away from Disney World. The space center has kept some of its parts closed to the public which is why the Visitor’s Complex is where they opened their doors to the public to let the world see what is going on in such an interesting facility. Visitors can also catch a glimpse of the Cape Canaveral Air Force Station. The KSC also has attractions inside which are wildlife sanctuary, Mosquito Lagoon, Indian River, Merritt Island National Wildlife Refuge and the Canaveral National Seashore. The KSC is also included in the list of National Register of Historic Places and is one of the 10 major NASA field centers.

The KSC Visitor Complex was once called as the Spaceport USA and it is under Delware North Companies which lets visitors see displays and attractions in it. When you come to the space center, you get the chance to know how it feels like to be in space and this is done through the Shuttle Launch Experience. It is a simulation ride that “takes” you out into space. There are also IMAX theatres that will show you great clips. The KSC has two of the IMAX theatres and bus tours.

Once you get in, you are then brought to the tour-bus transportation off to the Apollo-Saturn V Center. It is a large museum that has the Saturn V launch vehicle as its center piece. You also see other space articles exhibits and one of which is the Apollo capsule. The IMAX theatres give the visitors a treat by showing them the Apollo program days. One of the theatres simulate what it’s like to be in the space craft’s firing room during launch while the other theatre simulates the Apollo 11 moon landing. If that’s not enough, guests get the chance to visit the Space Station Processing Facility where they get to see modules tested for the International Space Station.

Ride the Bus to Financial Security

To put it simply wealth is the money you don’t spend. If you bring home $275 a week and spend $273; Congratulations! You’re $2.00 Wealthy! If I would have followed my own advice starting back in 1974 I’d be writing this article from the patio of my double-wide in New Port Richey, Florida instead of this dreary suburb of Detroit on a snowy afternoon.

The way to wealth has nothing to do with how much money you make but on how much you spend. In other words the sooner you get your spending under control the wealthier you’ll be. The lifestyle we choose will determine how long, if ever, we reach our goal of financial independence at retirement. There are so many investment vehicles out there that are relatively safe and if you put the thousands of dollars into them, will return many hundreds of thousands (possibly millions) of dollars back. But where do you get those hundreds of dollars each month? You determine that by the lifestyle you choose.

Housing costs are difficult to minimize because of mortgage, utilities, repairs and taxes. Try to find a reasonably sized house with decent schools and you’ll be paying out some big bucks. Food and clothing are also hard to control for. Keep trying to chip away at these costs and find some savings. But take a look at your cars (who has one car anymore?). Over a five year period it costs over $41,000 to buy and own an even run-of-the-mill Camry. But what is more surprising is in households that own cars, nearly 60% have two or more automobiles! Now here is an area we can make some serious changes for big savings if we’re willing to live in a little different way.

The average cost of a monthly bus pass that gives you unlimited rides is about $64 or $768 per year. Subtract $64 from $684 monthly cost of a car and you get $620 to fund your investments!

If you’re just out of school or have been laid-off looking for work and have to make decision to relocate, consider the cities’ transit system. Travel there and ride the bus and train for a couple of days including the weekend. Bring your bike and try to ride around the areas you’d like to live in. Business and industrial areas may or may not be well served.

Next look for walkable, bike friendly neighborhoods with school, grocery, and such things as a dentist and restaurants within walking distance. Then get the bus and transit map and see how the area is served. The main lines will have 24 hour, seven day service. The smaller feeder lines may have limited night and weekend hours but peak hour service may fit into your work schedule. Look for lines that have “express or limited” services at peak rush hours. Most bus companies have on-line schedules and origin/destination help on their websites. Making more than one connection can be time consuming so analyze the transit system carefully.

For cities like the Detroit metro area the transit system is poor at best and owning a car is a must. Maybe a job that pays a few thousand less a year may be a better choice in the long run if you can do with out paying $620 a month (yes $37,200 divided by 60 months!) to own a car. Assuming that you can save that $7,440 per year at 6% interest compounded daily, at the end of five years you’d have almost $43,385 in the bank!

Car cost calculator:

Just maintaining saving $7,400 annually for 25 years instead of spending it on a car will bring $431,731.90 (nearly 1/2 a million dollars!). Imagine if you could go car-less! It is possible, many people that live in New York City, Chicago and even Ann Arbor, Michigan do not own even one car. Renting a car for a weekend trip or vacation is much more cost effective.

Wealth has nothing to do with how much you make (you can always spend more) but on how much you spend; what you don’t spend is your family’s wealth.

Top Three Historic Places of Sarasota, Florida

Most people initially think of Orlando and Tampa to be the most enjoyable destinations in Florida, but the real hidden treasure is south of them. Orlando can be great for amusement parks and Tampa can be great for both concerts and sports. Sarasota is the less known southern city, and while it doesn’t have Disney or the Tampa stadium it redeems itself by being one of the more relaxing and less hectic cities of Florida.

Sarasota also many great historic and entertaining attractions. Some of the historic attractions are the Ringling museum, The Van Wezel Theater, and the Sailor Circus. These are just three of the many historic places in Sarasota.

The Van Wezel Theater is definitely one of the top advantages of living here, there are many great shows to be seen there, Johnny Cash and Bill Cosby two past examples of the degree of the shows that are held there.

Ringling is the second most significant historic destination in Sarasota. The Ringling museum has history that dates back into the early 1920s. Ringling is a host of all American, European, and Asian historic quality works.

The third most historic and significant sight in Sarasota is the Sailor Circus. The Sailor Circus has been around for over six decades and is referred to as the “greatest little show on earth”.

Above are the three most recognized and significant historic destinations in Sarasota, but there are many more exciting activities to enjoy in Sarasota. Some other unique opportunities in Sarasota are: Mote Marine Aquarium, Sarasota Jazz Club, Rolling Green Golf Club, and Marina Jack. Don’t worry about reaching the destinations, unlike Tampa and other major cities in Florida, Sarasota doesn’t have all of those traffic problems.

Fortunately Sarasota is 25 square miles and only has 53,000 residents, so going from one activity to another will be a much smoother transition compared to driving around Orlando etc. Even without your own vehicle it is still very easy to enjoy the Sarasota life. Sarasota provides excellent transportation with the SCAT bus that runs all across town at all hours for a low price. There is also the Sarasota Siesta Key trolley that allows you tour the town. Overall Sarasota is one of the best places to live in Florida if you are looking for a location with history, night life, and culture. Sarasota was also awarded the number one spot for “Best Place to Live and Work” in 2000.

Florida Traffic School Or Lose Your License

Drivers take traffic school to remove points off their license, reduce fines and avoid insurance premium increases. However, new laws passed require that certain drivers take traffic school to keep their license. Typically, you will be required to take a basic driver improvement or advanced driver improvement for serious moving violations, either by a judge or to keep your license.

The state of Florida requires you to take 4-hour basic driver improvement if you are at fault for a crash and someone was taken to the hospital, or you caused two crashes in two years that totaled over $50 in damages. Now recent laws passed will require more people to attend traffic school. Effective October 1st 2009, you will be required to take 4-hour basic driver improvement for the following traffic violations:

Failing to stop for a school bus
Running a red light
Running a stop sign
Reckless driving
Racing on a highway

If you do not compete traffic school within 90 days of the citation date, your license will be canceled. Most recently, starting January 1st 2010, if you caused 3 crashes or more in the past 3 years, you will be required to take a new traffic school totaling 16 hours of course time in order to keep your driving privileges. This law is retroactive. So if you cause a crash in 2010 and have had 2 crashed in the previous 2 years, you will have to take this traffic school.

If the county court allows you to take traffic school to dismiss your ticket, or if you need it to keep your license, as long as you finish within the required amount of time and submit proof of completion by the deadline, you should be able to keep your driving privileges and not accrue any more points (if applicable).

But it’s not only the DMV you have to worry about. If you do get points on your license or are convicted of a serious moving violation, you may see a rise in your insurance premiums. Or your insurance may be canceled all together.

Fortunately, basic and advanced driver improvement are offered online. Unlike sitting in a classroom, you can log in and out of the course as many times as you like. The course saves your progress and is available 24/7 from anywhere with internet access. This may ease the sting of the new, stricter laws, but it is always wise just to drive safe.

The Best Florida Beach – City of Delray Beach!

With over 350 fabulous beaches in the State of Florida, it’s almost impossible to choose a Best Florida Beach. City of Delray Beach, however, on the east coast, equidistant between West Palm and Fort Lauderdale is at the top of the list.

Delray Beach is fondly known as the Village by the Sea. It’s a first-class resort town in Palm Beach County next door to Boca Raton. Delray won the Centennial Medallion Award for its historic preservation efforts, joining New York’s Central Park and San Francisco’s Ghiradelli Square. It has a thriving downtown with Atlantic Avenue as the focal point, featuring shopping, galleries, dining and nightlife and even, the last time I checked, an excellent Elvis impersonator in one of the landmark outside bars!

Delray has three miles of award winning Blue Wave certified beaches and the largest beach in the County with plenty of parking on the street (angled in) and in lots. A short walk through the mangroves on narrow winding paths all along A1A brings you out on the other side to a wide expanse of beautiful sand. There are volleyball nets along the beach, and a nature trail and boardwalk in Atlantic Dunes Park. There are boating activities, you can rent a seadoo or sunfish. There are several open air restaurants on A1A and many more as you stroll down Atlantic Avenue from the beach.

Here are the particulars on the Delray Beaches:


Location: Atlantic Avenue and A1A, Delray Beach

Hours: 5 AM to 11 PM

Parking: metered street and lot parking

Amenities: 2 miles of beach, lifeguards, restrooms, outdoor

showers, restaurants, handicapped accessible

Activities: swimming, volleyball, sunbathing, snorkeling, diving,

fishing and surfing outside guarded areas

Pets: no

Of Special Interest: 150 yards off the southern end of Delray’s

Bch 22 feet down, lies a steel hulled freighter that sank

in the 1920s. This is a first-class beach dive and excellent for

beginners, according to Dixie Divers.

Atlantic Dunes Park

Location: A1A, one block north of Linton Blvd., Delray Bch

Hours: 8 AM to dusk

Parking: metered/4 hours

Amenities: lifeguards, restrooms, outdoor showers, handicapped


Activities: swimming, sunbathing, snorkeling, volleyball, surfing

& fishing outside of guarded areas

Pets: no

It’s not only the beach itself that makes Delray so appealing. The City’s Master Plan is a unified vision to create a thriving downtown that stretches all the way from I-95 to the beachfront. It is a national model on how to promote cultural and economic activity.

December is a fabulous time to visit Delray Bch as the City is more alive than ever with Holiday Spirit:

· 12/3 Art & Jazz on the Avenue – Open house for restaurants, art galleries and shops along Atlantic Avenue, live entertainment, 6-10 pm

· 12/3 Famous 100-Foot Tree Lighting Ceremony – Old School Square, 5 pm entertainment, 6 pm Santa arrives and official tree lighting

· 12/4 22nd Annual Chamber Golf Classic 7

· 12/12 Holiday Parade

· 12/12 Ride & Remember Trolley Tour –

· 12/12 Kids Day at the Tree – Old School Square, visit Santa and play in the snow, special surprises at the Famous 100-Foot Christmas Tree

· 12/12-13 Delray Art League Outdoor Art Show – Veterans Park

· 12/14-15 Santa’s Calling – Community Center

· 12/19 Breakfast with Santa – Join Santa for a special breakfast at the Delray Beach Marriott

· 12/19 Narrated Bus Tour of Historic Delray Beach

· 12/26-27 Howard Alan Craft Show – Delray Bch Tennis Center

· 12/31 First Night® 2010 New Year’s Eve Celebration – Bring the entire family to enjoy visual and performing arts in non-alcoholic venues at various locations downtown

Come and visit the Best Florida Beach – City of Delray Beach!

Hollywood Beach Florida for the Careful Traveler

Several years ago, I had to stop working due to a stress-related muscle disease. I didn’t miss my job. What I did miss was traveling. Conferences in San Francisco, contracts in the Northern Mariana Islands, seminars in Bogota’ – all of these seemed part of the past. After two years of staying at home, an unexpected opportunity came up to teach a course in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida. I jumped on it. I was desperate to go somewhere, anywhere.

When I agreed to go, I wasn’t sure I could do it. I knew I would have to plan carefully if my body was going to hold up. I sat down and made a list of the things I needed to remain well and active. The trip was much more successful than I expected.

In later talking about the experience, I learned something I should have already known, that there were a lot of people who could travel only if they planned very carefully taking their physical limitations into consideration. People with disabilities had to put their bodies and their stress levels first.

That’s when I started writing about travel. I wrote for people who didn’t have the kind of stamina that most travel packages required. Careful travelers, I called us, had to think about things other people took for granted like the shock absorbers on a tour bus. An hour in a shoddy bus could send the careful traveler to bed for days. The careful traveler had to try to protect themselves from incidents like this, and think about what they would do if they did land in bed.

Like all Careful Travelers, my first concern in going to Ft. Lauderdale was the hotel. I knew I had to find a place that was comfortable, a place where there was exercise equipment so I could keep my muscles loose. I had to find a place where there was decent, healthy food in case I was too tired or sick to go outside the hotel. In addition, I needed a place where I would feel happy and content even if I did wind up in bed.

I found the perfect hotel, not in Ft. Lauderdale, but in Hollywood Beach a town between Ft. Lauderdale and Miami. Hollywood has the turquoise water and sugar white sand beaches of south Florida without the massive high-rise development characterizing the other two cities.

The Hollywood Beach Marriott couldn’t be any closer to the beach, and my room looked exactly like the room in the inviting photograph on their website. Marriott has only recently taken over this hotel and some of the reviews on the internet were written before Marriott owned it. I emailed the manager, Fernando Harb, just to make sure. He assured me the hotel was in fine shape and even offered me a long-term stay rate that was a third off the regular price.

When I got to the hotel, I found that Marriott had lovingly refurbished this small hotel in a warm, lush style complete with dark mahogany wood everywhere. In fact, the hotel has the comfortable feeling of a fine home. Almost all of the rooms have a view of the ocean and all have small balconies. The furnishings are made of the same dark mahogany wood that’s in the lobby and have the look of fine antiques in an historic home. The enormous king-sized bed was made up with luxurious Egyptian cotton sheets, fluffy duvets and oversized pillows. Just getting in the bed every night made me feel pampered and content.

I could even see the beach from my bed. On days when I didn’t feel well, I would open the balcony door, prop myself up in bed amidst the pillows, read and look at the waves and the birds. Other times, I would watch the 75-channel cable TV that even included CSPAN.

Unlike most hotels, Marriott has one button you push on the phone to get whatever service you want. There is no fumbling around trying to find out what number to call for room service or wake up calls. One button connects you with a very nice person who already knows your name before you tell them arranges anything you want without transferring you around the hotel.

I used room service a lot. The food was exquisite. I loved the key lime pie and the seafood pasta with lobster and scallops. The servers were immaculate and seemed to genuinely like their jobs. The presentation of the food was elegant.

One of the things I learned on this trip was that for people with prescription drugs, a room safe is a must. Losing prescription medication, even a few pills, would be worse than losing money. It made me feel that much less stressed to know that the prescription medication was safely locked in my room rather than rattling around in my handbag. The safe was easy to set and unobtrusive, hidden inside a credenza with the mini-bar.

I can’t say enough about the staff of the Hollywood Beach Marriott. They were uniformly helpful, efficient and friendly. I leave quite a mess when I get dressed in the morning, but my room was always immaculate when I returned to it. The maid, Charlene, was friendly and interesting. She and I talked about the political situation in Haiti on numerous occasions.

The staff makes it a point to cater to your needs. I went to Key Largo to swim with dolphins one weekend and then returned to Hollywood. On the way, I phoned to let the hotel know I was coming. They not only had my room ready, they had put my little refrigerator back in the room and plugged it in so it was already cool. They also remembered that I needed an extension cord so I could plug up my laptop computer.

The hotel not only has the beach, great rooms and good service to offer. It has a pool, a fitness room, a hot tub, and a spa where you can get an emergency massage or an emergency facial. The hotel restaurant is right beside the pool. There is a section inside and another section outside next to the beach.

The Hollywood Beach Hotel is a delightful little gem nestled beside the beach away from the monstrous high-rise hotels of Ft. Lauderdale and Miami. I would highly recommend it to anybody. There are lots of things to do in and around Hollywood. Both Miami and Ft. Lauderdale are short drives and Hollywood is restoring its city center. You can do as much or as little as you want, as much or as little as you can. If you are a Careful Traveler, you will feel as if you had a fine vacation even if you never leave the hotel.

A short drive from Hollywood is Dolphins Plus where you can swim with dolphins. The hearty can drive there and back in a day, but you would probably like to stay the night. Try the Kona Kai Hotel for the cozy, at home feel. Turn off the main road into beautifully landscaped grounds. It’s like entering a little cocoon. They even have their own art gallery.

Sarasota Airport in Florida

Sarasota Bradenton International Airport handles over 1.2 million passengers each year with major domestic and commuter airlines offering high speed jet services to major US cities. Scheduled commercial flights are available through Tampa International Airport which is just 65km north of Sarasota County via I-75 or I-275. The airport is easily accessible located at the intersection of SR41 and University Parkway on the Sarasota and Manatee County line, with main roads including the SR41, SR301, University Parkway and I-75 (exit 213).

Arriving at Sarasota Airport is stress free compared to some of the larger international airports, and once you have disembarked from the aircraft the journey to the baggage reclaim is a short walking distance. Several major car hire firms are conveniently situated in the baggage reclaim area, with the rent a cars parked just a short walking distance across the road from the terminal building. When you return your vehicle it will be to the same place. If you are thinking of hiring a car it is worth booking in advance as not only will this often ensure you a better deal, with it secures the make and model of car you require and cuts down on time filling in forms when you arrive at Sarasota Airport.

Taxis are available from rank at the airport outside baggage claim, with Diplomat Taxis being the official airport taxi company. Both Sarasota and Manatee Counties provide regular daily bus schedules with local buses calling at the airport Monday through Saturday. The stop is at the west end of baggage claim in the Ground Transportation area. There is no railway station at the airport or in Sarasota/Bradenton, but Amtrak provide a bus service to their stations at both Tampa and Orlando.

If you are departing from Sarasota Bradenton Airport you can leave your car in either the short or long term car parks. Both car parks are adjacent to the main terminal building. Places to get something to eat and drink can be found throughout the terminal building with choices including a lounge, delicatessen,gourmet coffee shop and various vending areas. The retail area is on the second floor offering a small range of shops including a newsagents and gift shop. There is also a post office and flower vending machine on the first floor near the airline ticket counters.

How to Book Your Next Bus Trip

There are so many reasons why you need to make use of a bus service the next time you travel on vacation to Florida. I will list all of them down below so that you can evaluate and make your decision a lot easier. When it comes to traveling to any destination in a large group, loads of fun is generally had by all. The reason being is that you will get to socialize and meet a lot of people. And, you will be able to experience everything that Florida has to offer without you having to worry about driving to a destination yourself. Trust me, Florida is a way too beautiful for you to be doing the driving and not getting to really experience or take in the scenery that it has to offer.

Another great reason for bus travel is the cost effectiveness of it all. You can really spoil the group by going to Florida on a guided bus trip. In this way you will get to see and experience the very best of Florida. Another reason would be to have a personalized service that will enable you to get the best service when it comes to you going to a tourist hot spot or restaurant. You might even get better pricing by making use of a service such as this. Plus you’ll have loads of fun and meet all the other people on board the bus too.

You will also need to remember when booking a bus trip of this kind that you actually meet everybody’s needs. It would be in your best interest to make sure that there is a planned itinerary with this bus trip so that everybody will get to do what they want. Everyone in the group can get to experience what they want and more. I highly recommend you make use of a bus trip service so you can sit back, relax and enjoy your next bus trip to Florida.