US Coachways Finds Hottest Spring Destinations for 2006

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US Coachways reports more and more people are shunning the long lines, boarding hassles and over-booked flights at airports in favor of chartering buses to their destinations.

US Coachways reports more and more people are shunning the long lines, boarding hassles and over-booked flights at airports in favor of chartering buses to their destinations.

For Spring 2006 the following cities are proving to be the most popular sun and fun destinations: South Padre Island, Texas, Daytona Beach, Florida, South Beach, Florida, La Jolla, California and Lake Havasu, Arizona. For snowy Spring action, charter buses are going most often to the Colorado cities of Aspen, Telluride, Copper Mountain, and Crested Butte. Jackson Hole, Wyoming is an up and coming popular Spring Break destination for those who are looking for something a little off the beaten path.

Each year more people are discovering the ease of chartering a bus for a group of people. Traveling by bus is economical and it is a very safe way to travel. A recent study showed a rise in the number of people preferring to travel by bus for a vacation. As traveling by air becomes more of a bother, that number is expected to rise even more.

US Coachways was started to fill a void in the charter bus industry that was lacking in service and choices. US Coachways offers among one of the largest fleets of charter buses in their field and keeps servicing of their nationwide customers a number one priority. US Coachways is a family-owned business dedicated to providing the utmost in safe, comfortable luxury travel. Stop by their website at http://www.uscoachways.com or see their travel blog at http://www.uscoachways.com/blog/.

For more information:

US Coachways, Inc.

87 Ellis Street, Suite #4

Staten Island, New York 10307

1-800-359-5991

http://www.uscoachways.com

Kurt Clark, Inc.

906 16th Street, Suite 4B

Bedford, Indiana 47421

812-275-4274

http://www.kurtclarkinc.com

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