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As someone who learned to drive stick when I was 14, I’ve always maintained that it’s an essential life skill everyone should have. Knowing how to maneuver a manual transmission also has come in quite handy on my travels, especially in Europe, where stick-shift vehicles are the norm (and automatics are pricey to rent). Here are some other must-have skills for every traveler, whether you’re headed on three-week safari or for a long weekend full of sand and sun. Read more
Beginning June 19, customers who book early can secure dollar seats from Dallas, Houston, and San Antonio to locations like Austin and other states like Oklahoma, Tennessee, Arkansas, and Louisiana. While prices go up as the traveling date gets closer, Megabus is giving away 10,000 free seats and capping the price of its tickets at $1 during the first week of sales to promote its new service. Read more
On top of that, we were spring breaking at home in New York City, preparing to embark on what is perhaps the most infamously touristy experience in town: riding a double decker bus, in this case the iconically red, hop on/hop off tour bus operated by Gray Line New York.
The good news is that our late morning start made no difference, my child started feeling better, the rain went away, and the ride ended up being far more pleasurable for the five of us than I ever would have expected after a lifetime of avoiding the experience.
Here now, a few things we learned along the way.
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