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Arrow Stage Lines Adds CX Models to Fleet

Arrow Stage Lines Adds CX Models to Fleet

Arrow Stage Lines has taken delivery of two VanHool CX models. These white coaches feature Arrow Connect and seat up to 56 passengers. “We have made multiple additions to our fleet this past year,” said Arrow Stage Lines COO Luke Busskohl. “We believe the CX will provided added diversity to our already vast product offering.” The company currently runs VanHool’s TX model, and recently took delivery of 3 TX models in June. These coaches come equipped with a plush blue interior, hard wood floors, led lighting, back window, and a roomy lavatory in the rear of the coach. The coaches will be located in the company’s Denver base....
Elevating the Experience

Elevating the Experience

Arrow Stage Lines received 4 new MCI J4500 coaches on Sunday, February, 14 2015. The 54 seat coaches are equipped with Arrow Connect, released in December 2014. The Arrow Stage Lines product development team worked along with interior designers to develop a flawless interior. All coaches also feature a new logo material. Each coach delivered to Arrow Stage Lines this year will arrive on scene with a carbon fiber, stainless brushed steel or other new graphic material. “The overall experience is highly important to us,” said Arrow Stage Lines COO Luke Busskohl. “From the headrest, to the flooring, to the outside appearance of our coaches. Our product development team went into great detail with these coaches and we are excited to move these MCI J’s to their new Arrow locations.” Arrow will be moving these vehicles throughout the fleet, with new variations and more deliveries planned throughout...

The best bus songs for sing-alongs that everyone will enjoy

When you’re stuck on a bus, particularly on a long journey, it can be difficult to keep yourself amused and make the time pass quickly. However, one way in which you can break the ice, bond with other passengers, and have a fabulous time is with a sing-a-long of great bus songs. As many movies and shows have demonstrated, there is nothing quite like a bus songs sing-a-long to create a wonderful atmosphere – and below are some of the great songs that are just perfect for a bus journey. Some great bus songs: Journey: Since you’re going to be on a journey, Don’t Stop Believing by the band Journey is a great choice. This is a feel good bus songs that everyone will know and most people love. [responsive_vid vid_url=”PBEXSiFzOfU?rel=0″] A Thousand Miles: You might be covering a lot of miles on your bus journey, so one of the songs you can opt for is Vanessa Carlton’s A Thousand Miles – another feel good song that will help to inject some fun into the journey. [responsive_vid vid_url=”Cwkej79U3ek?rel=0″] The Passenger: If you want to add a little rock atmosphere to the journey, you can try your hand at Iggy Pop’s The Passenger – the perfect choice for bus passengers. [responsive_vid vid_url=”hLhN__oEHaw?rel=0″] King of the Road: A real classic for those travelling by road, this song by Roger Miller is a great bus songs to sing as the bus speeds along the road towards your intended destination. [responsive_vid vid_url=”OmOe27SJ3Yc?rel=0″] Hit the Road Jack: This is a pretty easy song for most people to get their heads around, even if it’s just remembering the...

6 Ways to Get the Most Out of Your Motorcoach Journey

While you may think that the prospect of a long motorcoach journey seems like a daunting or boring one, this type of journey can actually be quite exciting. If you want to turn your journey into part of the whole travel experience, you simply need to be prepared, as this can help you to make the most of your motorcoach journey. Some of the ways you can make the most of your motorcoach journey include: Bring along entertainment: If you are heading on a long coach journey, bringing along some entertainment can help to make it more exciting. There are plenty of forms of entertainment you can take, from your eBook reader or tablet through to your music device, a game, or simply an old fashioned book or two. Take time to chill: A long coach journey provides you with the perfect opportunity to relax. So, rather than thinking of it as a long and boring trip, think of it as some time out to kick back, relax, watch the world go by, and even get a little much needed shut-eye. Exercise patience: The worst thing you can do when embarking on a long motorcoach journey is get on the coach already feeling impatient. Instead, try and relax and find ways to look forward to the journey rather than wishing it away before you have even set off. Mingle with other travelers: In order to make sure your coach journey goes smoothly, make sure you are always courteous to other travelers. You could even make your journey a bit more exciting by mingling with and getting to know some of...

5 Awesome Sights You Can See From a Tour Bus

Hopping on a tour bus is a great way to explore any town, city or destination. There are many wonderful sights and places that you can visit in the comfort of a tour bus and enjoy an incredible visual experience. Some of the awe-inspiring sights that you can take in from a tour bus: Niagara Falls: The beauty and breathtaking wonder of Niagara Falls is something that you will never forget no matter what time of the year you visit. A trip to the falls by tour bus is a great way to take in the splendor and sheer beauty of this natural wonder. Golden Gate Bridge: A visit to San Francisco would never be complete without a visit to the world famous Golden Gate Bridge. This historic and hugely popular landmark has become an iconic part of San Fran and can be viewed with ease from a tour bus. Grand Canyon: Nevada’s Grand Canyon is truly a sight to behold, and one that you will not forget in a hurry. Forget about the airplane and helicopter trips that you can book to see the wonder of the world – a great way to take in this wonderful sight is by paying a visit by tour bus. Kennedy Space Center: If you are heading to Florida, booking an excursion to the Kennedy Space Center by tour bus is a must. You can enjoy heading to the facility in comfort and you will find plenty to explore when you get there. Yosemite National Park: Located in California, Yosemite National Park is a wonderful place to visit, and heading over there...

Heard Museum (Phoenix, AZ): Experience the Culture and Art of American Indians of the Southwest

The Heard Museum is absolutely unmissable for anyone who wants to know more about the art and culture of the American Indians of the Southwest. The museum is open 7 days per week and has so much to see and do that you might need a full day to explore everything. Inside the Heard Museum there are exhibitions of American Indian art, photos, videos and stories which are designed to be inspirational and thought provoking. In addition to the exhibitions, you might also want to take a look at the Art Fence. This is an installation that is based on an ocotillo fence and mixes contemporary touches with the traditional. The Heard Museum also has the “Fear of a Red Planet” mural that takes you back through history, showing scenes of different events that have affected the lives of American Indians. The museum is also home to a huge collection of Katsina dolls and if you like the look of them you can buy your own from the gift shop and learn how they are carved. Children will love the galleries and the interactive activities where they can make their own items including bandolier bags and paper flowers. Once they have finished their creations they can take them back home to show off to friends and family. If you would like to purchase a gift, simply go the Heard Museum Shop which is packed full of American Indian-inspired items. The Courtyard Cafe is the perfect place to stop off for something to eat and drink before you find out even more about American Indians in this fascinating museum. If you would...

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