Friday, November 22, 2013

Hanging out with friends at the Navy Pier

Heading to Chicago, Illinois with your friends? If you would look at Navy Pier at one glance, you can see that the place looks interesting for a day out with friends. Located on the Streeterville neighbourhood of the Near North Side community area, this pier was built in 1916 and is one of Chicago’s favourite tourist attraction.
There are many sightseeing tours you can join when at Navy Pier. Some of the companies running them are like Seadog Ventures, the Tall Ship Windy, and Shoreline Sightseeing cruises and Water Taxi service. If you prefer to experience a dinner cruise instead, you can hop onto The Odyssey II, the Spirit of Chicago, or the Mystic Blue, all owned by Entertainment Cruises.
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Thursday, October 17, 2013

Galena the City of History

If you love both architecture and history, you really should not miss heading over to the city of Galena. Located in Jo Daviess County, Galena is the largest city of the county and is a popular destination for Illinois charter bus visitors. This city is well known for its history, architecture and ski and golf resorts.

Once you enter the city of Galena, you would be blown away immediately by its beautiful historical architecture which is visible throughout the city. Galena was originally inhabited by Sac and Fox Native Americans but was settled by the French by late 17th century. However, the American settlers started to come in troves to settle in Galena by early 19th century and became a hub on the Mississippi River between St. Louis and St. Paul.

Right until the late 1980s, Galena remained as a small rural farming community. However, once Kraft Foods, Lemfco Foundry and many other industries setup their plants there, as well as when Galena’s mayor initiated a tourist campaign, Galena has changed drastically – for the good. Now, Galena is famous for its many different parades and fairs held for almost every celebration. Even their 32nd Halloween Parade has an overflowing turnout, with estimated 15,000 visitors.

Much of Galena’s buildings and architecture have been listed in the National Register of Historic Places. Once of the most popular historical building would be the Old Market House State Historic Site. Built in 1845, this building was erected as a city hall and public farmer’s market. After it was handed over to the state of Illinois, this building was extensively rebuilt and restored and is now a museum of Galena’s local social history and serves as a visitor services information desk.

If you walk along Main Street in Galena, you would see the unique architectural style and historic feel prevalent in its brick buildings. The state made many efforts to improve the existing infrastructure and yet preserve these beautiful buildings of character such as burying utilities and many beautification initiatives. For a look on church architecture, you can head over to Saint Michael’s Church. Named after one of the three archangels, this church was founded by pioneer priest Father Samuel Mazzuchelli.

When you visit Galena, don’t forget to drop by Main Street if you want a spot of shopping. As a charming small own, Main Street offers many specialty shops, quaint restaurants and wineries. You can always direct your Illinois charter bus driver to stop you at Galena’s many interesting attractions.

Monday, September 2, 2013

Wheels O’ Time Museum

Boys and wheels – this is something that is pretty much inseparable between these two. There’s always something about these two elements that makes boys, well, boys. And in recent years, perhaps even girls too! However, when it comes to visiting the Wheels O’ Time Museum with the boys and girls, we just want to say that it is not just something to do with two wheels, three wheels or four wheels, it has everything and anything to do with wheels! Sounds a little too farfetched and you can’t really imagine what we are talking about? Well, don’t just sit there and guess what we are saying, charter an Illinois bus and head on down to the museum to find out more. But, don’t come alone – bring the boys and girls with you!

If you have never been here before, you may want to know that the Wheels O’ Time Museum are only open from May to October, Wednesdays through Sundays, from noon right up to 5pm only. Hence if you are arranging for a IL bus to bring you and your family there, you will need to take into consideration the opening hours of the museum, so that you don’t get there too early that you will have to wait for them to open nor too late that you will find yourselves standing disappointingly at the closed entrance of the museum.

From the outside of the museum, it may not look too big or impressive to attract the attention of anyone, but as you enter into the Wheels O’ Time Museum, you will be greeted by the sounds of music from a player piano and a miniature circus parade inside a glass walled wagon. Not too far away from this exhibit, visitors arriving in an IL charter bus will then notice that it is a room full of ticking clocks – from small, delicate miniatures to those huge grandfather type of clocks. The friendly staff at the museum encourages visitors, especially kids, to participate as they tour the museum by pressing the buttons that are attached to many of the exhibits found in the museum and discover what the exhibit is able to do. This would be a fun thing to do for most kids – big or small ones! As you move on, you will also find that there is a great collection of vintage cars – all lined up neatly as though they are on a parade of a car exhibition. Don’t forget to check out the antique bicycles that are found at a corner of the exhibition hall and they also have other displays like cameras, dolls as well as original Star Wars figurines from the late 70s and early 80s.

Wednesday, July 17, 2013

Magic Waters Waterpark, Illinois

No one would ever get tired of waterparks – especially children. Even the older ones will never complain if you tell them that you are chartering an Illinois bus and taking them to a waterpark. In fact, we really believe that waterparks are for all ages to enjoy, so why not climb aboard a chartered bus and drop by the Magic Waters Waterpark for a day of fun in the sun and enjoy all the amenities at this magnificent and award winning waterpark with your family? It will be definitely be one magical fun trip, believe us!

For many people, the Magic Waters Waterpark is a favorite place to go during summer holidays. And yes, large crowds are to be expected at this popular waterpark. So, if you are bringing your family to the waterpark this summer; you may want to make sure that your chartered bus arrives on time to pick you up, and sends your whole group to the park early. And if you have a special event like a birthday celebration, you can even rent one of their cabanas by the wave pool and hang out there whole day. Well, maybe you would want to hang out at the cabana the whole day, but the kids would most likely be heading out to enjoy all the rides that are in the waterpark. Who knows - after a while of hanging out in the cabana, you may even want to venture out and see what fun is there out there and return to your cabana as and when you feel like it. There’s just so much to do at this awesome waterpark that you or your kids would not be able to say that the place is boring!

There’s just one outside food policy that Magic Waters Waterpark has for all their guests, including Illinois chartered bus visitors and that is they only allow one cooler or food container for every family entering into the waterpark. The coolers must be brought into the waterpark upon your first entrance and please make sure that all your food are placed inside the cooler or food container and the maximum size allowed is 48 qt. However, if you are traveling in a big group, they have a different quota of food containers or coolers allowed into the waterpark. For a group of up to 25 persons, you will be allowed to bring two food containers; and for every 15 persons after that, you can bring an additional one container.

Monday, July 1, 2013

Pampering Yourself at Five Senses Spa and Salon

It has been a long, busy, stressful week and you can literally feel the bones and muscles of your body crying out in distress. When you feel such sensations in your body, it can only mean one thing - and that would be, you need to make a special trip to the Five Senses Spa and Salon at Grand Prairie Dr, Peoria, Illinois in a chartered bus for a time of rejuvenating your spirit, soul and body.

Said to be Peoria’s first full service spa and salon for both men and women, the Five Senses Spa and Salon really lives up to its name of awakening and renewing your five senses – seeing, touching, smelling, tasting and hearing. As the IL charter bus drops you off at the entrance of the salon, you will first be greeted with sooth and calm aromas of the salon and hearing the serene and peaceful sound of water and soft music will set your mind at ease. The interior of the salon is pleasing to the eyes and your taste buds will be treated to a chocolate fountain. The gentle touch of the masseur for your body massage experience will relieve your body muscles that have become tightened due to stress.

From manicure to pedicure, hair treatments and body massage, IL bus charter passengers to the Five Senses Spa and Salon are in for a day of complete pampering without a care of what’s happening on the outside world. They have different types of packages that will suit the needs of their guests. From an hour to a whole day’s worth of head to toe care, the choice is yours. As it is with most other spa centers operating in the world, guests are not encouraged to bring along their children with them unless the children themselves are also getting treatments at the spa centers, which are quite rare.

At Five Senses Spa and Salon, they have 5 types of spa treatments for the guests – ranging from a single person’s treatment to a girls’ outing treatment as well as a couple’s session too. Whichever type of spa treatment that you would choose, you can be sure that it will be a time of total relaxation in a peaceful and serene surrounding. After all, at the end of your spa session, you will also get to relax as your IL chartered bus driver waits for you to send you home – isn’t it fun that there’s no need for you to think about having to drive after a day’s of pampering such as is?

Wednesday, May 22, 2013

Garfield Park Conservatory

Getting tired of the concrete jungle? Can’t seem to find inspiration at work? Going through a rough patch in your relationship? Need a respite from the stress? Then Garfield Park Conservatory is the place that you are looking for! Forget about budgeting for a holiday or group charter bus vacation somewhere outside of Illinois because here is the perfect place to forget things for a while and simply spend a couple of hours in full admiration of the exhibits and park.
The conservatory was started and managed by the residents and communities around it so, it has a special place in the residents’ hearts. The best thing about visiting the park and conservatory is that there is no admission fee but visitors are encouraged to leave a donation for the maintenance and running of the park. In 1994, there was a huge incident which devastatingly destroyed a portion of the aroid collection but they have stuck together and brought everything back into perfect condition. Following the incident, a task force from various surrounding communities was formed and worked on a more solid plan on how to best tackle the educational and environmental movements. After the ‘makeover’, the task force offered new programs to promote the causes that they stand for and also worked on solidifying their visitor services too...which is great news to fans and guests. So, if you are in Illinois for a short IL charter bus rental getaway in Chicago IL, take some time to explore this gorgeous conservatory.
The atmosphere on the inside feels extremely pretty much feels like walking through a tropical forest! The flora and fauna will envelope visitors and warmly embrace people into their natural environment. Visitors will find a bigger respite during winter because while the weather is unforgiving on the outside, stepping into the warm interior of the conservatory gives them a very warm respite from the cold winds and harsh winter weather.
Last year, 2012, the Institute of Museum and Library Services conferred onto the Garfield Park Conservatory a much deserved award - it was one of the ten recipients for the National Medal for Museum and Library Service. Being one of the highest honor in the industry, the park management acknowledged that the award goes to the people, residents, the management and communities that unfailingly rally for the cause they stand for and are proud of the achievement.
The award shows that there is a very good reason to visit the park. For those who are visiting this amazing Illinois charter bus rental tourist attraction in a large group, please do feel free to get in touch with Bus Charter IL for an affordable charter bus, party bus, shuttle bus, and mini bus package. We look forward to serving you in the very near future.

Wednesday, April 17, 2013

Finding Fort Loramie in a Charter Bus

Located in Northwest Ohio near the Indiana and Michigan borders, Fort Loramie, offers charter bus visitors and residents indoor and outdoor entertainment attractions. With a population of less than 2,000 residents, according to the 2010 census count, Fort Loramie is home to a state park on Lake Loramie. The city offers historical churches and a museum that takes charter bus visitors back more than 100 years to Fort Loramie's roots. Visit Fort Loramie with a bus, coach bus, party bus, mini bus, passenger coach or school bus chartered from Bus Charter Illinois to find out more about this quaint town.
Offering outdoor activities such as hiking, fishing, mountain biking and swimming, Lake Loramie State Park comprises more than 400 acres, with Lake Loramie at the center. The park features 175 campsites for RVs and tents, and charter bus visitors have access to restrooms and showers. The park offers a miniature golf course, five hiking trails, boat launch ramps with no horsepower limit on motors and a sandy beach on the lake. During the winter months, activities like skating, cross-country skiing and sledding are available at the park. Although it is only open from April through October each year, Hickory Hill Lakes Campground offers 127 sites for RVs and tents. Activities like hiking, fishing, swimming and boating are available at the campground, which is located on Lake Loramie.
Illinois charter bus visitors to the city who want to learn about its history in the 18th century can stop by the Wilderness Trail Museum. The museum has artifacts and items from the late 18th and early 19th centuries. Native American weapons and historical items are on display, as well as military displays from the Civil War and World War I and II. Additionally, the museum houses a music room and a room dedicated to fashion and retail merchandise from the early days of Fort Loramie. One of the most recognizable structures in Fort Loramie is St. Michael's Catholic Church, the original structure of which was built more than 160 years ago. A 200-foot-tall tower at the church holds four original bells from the 19th century that still ring weekly. The church's pipe organ has more than 1,000 pipes.
Every September, Fort Loramie is home to the annual German Heritage Days festival, which features live German music and authentic German food vendors selling schnitzel, cabbage rolls and brats. The festival also includes a car show and a 5K "Kegs & Kraut" run. Each July, Fort Loramie hosts the Country Concert, a three-day festival with live concerts from country music performers, food vendors and artists' booths. Charter bus visitors can camp at Hickory Hill Lakes, so they are just a short walk from the music performances.
Plan a charter bus visit to Fort Loramie and find out more about small town living in America. Charter Bus Illinois will be glad to help you plan your charter bus trip to Fort Loramie and other areas in Illinois using a charter charter bus from their fully equipped fleet.

Tuesday, March 26, 2013

More to Illinois than meets the eye

Visitors to Illinois will find the state offers big-city attractions, world-class historical sites and a healthy dose of American history. From Chicago, the hub of the Midwest, to the state capital of Springfield and beyond, Illinois has it all. But Illinois is more than just the well known skyscrapers of Chicago. Take a bus, charter bus, coach bus, party bus, mini bus, passenger coach or school bus chartered from Bus Charter Illinois and travel through the state in style and comfort as you go on a journey to discover some of the lesser known attractions in the state.
Wrigley Field in Chicago, the home field of the Cubs, is America's second-oldest Major League Baseball park, and easily accessible by charter bus. The field was built in 1914 and has hosted historical baseball moments, such as Babe Ruth's called shot. The shot occurred during the 1932 World Series when Ruth allegedly pointed to center field before hitting a homerun into the same area. Today, charter bus visitors can either catch a game at the field or take a guided tour. Tours typically include visits to the clubhouses, dugouts and press box. Charter bus visitors sometimes get to walk on the field, depending on team training schedules and field maintenance.
While you’re in the Windy City in your charter bus, visit the Art Institute of Chicago. This museum ranks as the nation's second largest and holds works by Edward Hopper, Grant Wood and Georges Seurat. Besides its permanent collection, charter bus visitors can explore rotating exhibitions. Past examples include a display of early French Renaissance art and artifacts from the Silk Road. The museum opens for charter bus visitors seven days each week and offers free family days twice a month.
Springfield, located in central Illinois, features several historical attractions for charter bus visitors interested in learning about Abraham Lincoln. The Old State Capitol Plaza allows charter bus visitors to tour a reconstructed version of a statehouse that served as the state's political center from 1839 to 1876. Lincoln worked in the building while serving in the state House of Representatives. Guided tours are available. Also in Springfield, charter bus visitors in Illinois should visit the Lincoln Tomb at Oak Ridge Cemetery. The tomb holds Lincoln, his wife and three of their sons. The site stands 117 feet tall and consists of rooms decorated in bronze-trimmed marble.
Take your charter bus and pay a visit to the Cahokia Mounds State Historic Site, which features the remains of a large, prehistoric settlement. It is recognized by the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization as a World Heritage Site. The site spans 2,200 acres outside of Collinsville, near the Illinois/Missouri border. The Mississippian people who inhabited the site built homes, as well as religious and public works structures. Charter bus visitors can take guided tours of the still-intact structures, and the grounds also feature an interpretive center where charter bus visitors can learn more about the site.
Make your visit to Illinois a memorable one by letting Bus Charter Illinois help you plan your trip with a selection from their fleet of charter buses and friendly, personalized service.

Interesting Illinois

Illinois is a well-known Midwestern tourist destination for charter bus visitors. The best of seeing Illinois is with a bus, coach bus, party bus, mini bus, passenger coach or school bus chartered from Bus Charter Illinois. Tour Illinois in style and comfort in your charter bus as you visit some of the states most popular cities, including Chicago, Naperville/Aurora, Rockford and Springfield. While visiting these cities in your charter bus, you and your charter bus group can visit world-famous museums, enjoy top-quality theater and musical performances, participate in a variety of outdoor and sports activities, explore American history and try unique foods that come from Illinois.
Chicago is a favorite charter bus destination for visitors of all ages. During the summer months, visitors are able to swim, sun, boat, bike or fish at the city's 24 beaches on Lake Michigan. Many of Chicago’s world famous museum are close to the shore, such as the Museum of Science and History, the Shedd Aquarium and the Adler Planetarium. Charter bus visitors who love shopping will love strolling along the Magnificent Mile, with its 460 stores. You can also enjoy authentic Chicago deep dish pizza at Gino’s East of Chicago, or the Billy Goat’s Tavern’s famous cheeseburgers.
A short charter bus ride to the west of Chicago are the cities of naperville and Aurora. Naperville is home to the DuPage Children’s Museum, and the Naper Settlement, a living history museum that shows an authentic late 19th century village. Charter bus visitors will also enjoy walking along Naperville's picturesque Riverwalk or swimming at Centennial Beach, a converted limestone quarry. Aurora boasts of some bargain shopping at Chicago Premium Outlets, where 120 factory outlet stores offer their goods for sale at bargain prices. A local favorite since 1951 is the Oberweis Dairy, where you can have one of their delicious ice creams, or catch a meal and performance at America’s Roundhouse, a converted locomotive structure that’s been converted into an entertainment complex.
Rockford, Illinois is the third largest city in the state, but what it lacks in size it makes up for in big city attractions. Charter bus visitors in Illinois should head to the Burpee Museum of Natural history, and meet Jane the T-Rex and Homer the Triceratops. For a relaxing evening, cruise down the Rock River on the Forest City Queen Riverboat, or listen to a free concert at the outdoor Sinnissippi Music Shell. The Midway Village Museum is an authentic recreation of a Victorian village, and worth the visit to find out why Rockford is called the "Home of the Sock Monkey".
For an in-depth look at one of America’s most famous presidents, stop your charter bus at Springfield, Illinois. Illinois' capital city also is known as Abraham Lincoln's hometown. Charter bus visitors can tour Lincoln's home, his first law offices and his tomb, or step into realistic life-sized dioramas of Lincoln's life at the Lincoln Library and Museum. Not to be missed is lunch at Maldaner’s, which serves Springfield’s signature dish, the Horseshoe Sandwich, an open-faced ham sandwich with a side of fries smothered in a special cheese sauce.
For a great time touring Illinois interesting cities, give Bus Charter Illinois a call to find out how they can help you plan your trip with a selection from their fleet of well equipped charter buses and friendly, personalized service.

Wednesday, January 23, 2013

On the road in Illinois

America is the home of car culture, and nowhere is this more apparent than when traveling in Illinois in your charter bus, coach bus, party bus, mini bus, passenger coaches or school bus hired from Bus Charter Illinois. So it would come as no surprise to find, in the depths of Illinois the Historic Auto Attractions Museum in Roscoe, Illinois.
Historic Auto Attractions is the brainchild of one man, businessman Wayne Lensing. This self made man, who began his career as an auto assembly line worker, today runs several successful business concerns that take up most of his time. But in the late 1990s, on a whim, he bought a limousine once owned by the eccentric billionaire and genius aviator, Howard Hughes. Much to his surprise, he found the car to be an attraction to others, and decided to open a museum so that he could properly display it.
Having the staff, resources, facilities and land on which to build such a museum, Wayne did just that. Acquiring all the exhibits currently on display in the Historic Auto Attractions Museum didn’t come cheap, but Wayne cast a critical eye on the vehicles and memorabilia he was collecting. They had to have a cultural or historical significance, and the collection isn’t just confined to vehicles, in spite of the museum’s name.
As you get off your charter bus, you will enter a 30,000 square foot building that holds an eclectic collection of historic vehicles, movie props and costumes, historically or culturally significant items of furniture, all of which hold a place in the collective memory of America. One of the museum’s significant collections is “World Leaders”. This collection holds vehicles used or ridden in by some of the world’s greatest leaders and dictators. Wayne can tell you for a fact that the bullet proof glass used in Josef Stalin’s 1937 Packard 12 is 2 inches thicker than the glass in Evita Peron’s Roll-Royce Silver Wraith. And the reason Wayne can tell you this is because both vehicles are here on display in his collection. American Presidents are no less well represented, with vehicles used by Presidents Reagan, Nixon, Grant, Roosevelt, Truman, Eisenhower, and Johnson on display.
The museum also holds an extensive collection of John F. Kennedy and Jacqueline Kennedy-Onassis memorabilia, along with items from various people and locations connected with the assassination of JFK. The original window from the Texas Book Depository is on display here, and visitors can look through it to see a miniature diorama of street as it would have been at the moment Lee Harvey Oswald took the shot. 
Also on display are famous racing cars and vehicles, movie and TV vehicles, a White House display and a recent addition, the Abraham Lincoln Room, which holds exhibits and artifacts connected with President Lincoln.
If you’re visiting Illinois, give Bus Charter Illinois a call to find out how we can help you with your transportation needs with our fleet of charter buses and friendly, personalized service.

Tuesday, January 22, 2013

Choose a bus charter IL, Explore in style

Got a trip to plan? The rising costs of fuel can make you think twice about using the age-old traveling in a caravan trick for making long driving trips. Why not consider booking your travel plans with a bus charter IL that travelers have chosen time and again?
The actual booking of your charter bus IL trip is easy too. If you've never planned a charter bus trip before, don't feel overwhelmed. Once you call our offices and talk to one of our highly trained reservationists, you'll see how easy booking a trip with us is, you'll wonder why you didn't do it sooner. Along with being one of the easiest ways to set up a charter bus IL trip, the savings when traveling with a charter bus can't be beat. Why not let the company that's chosen more often for bus charter IL trips help you.
When most people think about IL vacations, they think about Chicago. Needless to say, IL getaways to Chicago should definitely be part of your travel plans. However, when you are tired of the big cities, you will find a number of interesting ideas for IL vacations. Be sure to set aside a portion of your Illinois travel plans to explore the state's excellent museums. In Aurora, the SciTech Hands on Museum features exciting exhibits on weather, biology, sound, physics and astronomy. In Big Rock, Illinois, the traveling Roberts Armory Museum specializes in the acquisition and display of light armored vehicles and artillery used by the U.S. Army in World War II.
Another great place to visit in IL is the Lincoln Home National Historic Site in Springfield; there you can take a tour of the two-story home of Abraham Lincoln. This was the only home that Lincoln ever owned. The Three Worlds of Santa's Village has been a popular family vacation destination for over 40 years. The park features a variety of rides and live shows. You can hang out with the animals down on Old McDonald's Farm or enjoy the thrilling rides at Coney Island. Thrill seekers who enjoy getting wet will love Racing Rapids Action Park.
Your reasons for choosing a bus charter IL can be diverse. Some people use them for booking their corporate travel and it's a very smart move. Corporations can save money on travel expenses and also ensure that every person arrives at their corporate event on time. Additionally, traveling together helps create a sense of corporate unity.
So as you can see choosing to travel with a bus charter IL will allow you and your group to travel in style and comfort while saving money at the same time. You too will become a long time customer once you travel on a bus charter IL once.

Monday, January 21, 2013

Pedal to the metal in Illinois

Illinois is often noted as being a microcosm of the entire country. Travelling by party bus, coach charter, bus charter, mini bus rental, or a school bus across Illinois then is very much like travelling across the United States. With all that travelling involved, one could say that we’re a nation of automobile lovers.
One unique landmark in Illinois is the Volo Auto Museum. Located in the Chicaco suburb of Volo, this automobile museum is part of a larger antique mall containing exhibits of collectors' autos from vintage to modern classics. Another unique feature of this party bus tourist attraction museum is that many of the vehicles on display (in four large buildings) are for sale!
The exhibits focus on American cars from the 1950-1960 period as well as movie cars. There’s also a military-oriented "Armed Forces Exhibit.
The museum also features cars (some original and many replicas) from notable television shows and movies such as KITT from Knight Rider; The Bluesmobile from The Blues Brothers; The General Lee from The Dukes of Hazzard (television show); the police car from RoboCop III; a replica DeLorean from Back to the Future; a replica DRAG-U-LA from The Munsters; Christine from Christine; various cars from The Fast and the Furious; Hannibal Twin-8 from The Great Race; replica van from Scooby-Doo; replica (Don Currie-built) Batmobile of TV's Batman; 18-wheel tractor-trailer (Trailer is labeled "(S)Laughter is the best medicine") driven by the Joker in The Dark Knight; Gotham City police cruiser from The Dark Knight; moped used by Peter Parker in Spider-Man; the Ferrari Daytona replica driven by Don Johnson in Miami Vice; a Mercury Marauder signed by Parnelli Jones, and built as a "Super Muscle Car" custom at Barry's Speed Shop in California; a model of the "Cars" character Doc Hudson. It would leave an inexplicable memory in your mind that you can definitely treasure long after the bus tour vacation is over.
Some of the vehicles referred to by the museum as "star cars" are available for purchase and beginning November 9 2012, there will be a celebrity car auction which includes the last car owned by comedy legend Groucho Marx, Princess Diana’s armor plated Rolls Royce and rocker Jon Bon Jovi’s personal BMW 745i. It's something to think about when you are relaxing and waiting to get to your next destination in the charter bus, party bus, shuttle bus or school bus that you are using.
This stopover is a must for any petrol head and who knows, you might arrive on a Bus Charter Illinois bus but you may end up driving one of these collectibles home.

Friday, January 18, 2013

The Many Different Sides To IL

When we speak about the State of Illinois, IL, we often thing of Chicago...the largest and most populous city in state of IL and also remains to be one of the most popularly visited cities in the United States ranks the third in the country, for your information. Whilst it is fine that Chicago is given the limelight every time someone thinks about the state of IL, we have to mention right here that there are many other deserving neighborhoods and cities to visit too.
And since you would be coming over to IL with our Bus Charter IL packages, the chance presents itself to you to visit other exciting, calming and enchanting cities and neighborhoods. Every city has their own charm and all you need to do, really, is to mingle around with the locals to find out the secret gems of each neighborhood and if all else fail, ask the bus driver. Each of our charter bus drivers are well-trained in transporting his or her passengers to their destinations but they all sometimes fill the role as a private tour guide too, pointing out places and giving passengers (especially those from out of town) suggestions and tips about where to get the best stuff in IL.
The weather in the whole of IL varies tremendously from one end to the other while most of the neighborhoods and cities enjoy a rather humid climate which makes traveling in IL such an amazing idea. There is approximately 51 days a year that the state of IL sees huge thunderstorms, all other days you can expect spectacular weather for outdoor activities and touring between one attraction to another.
If museums are your thing then you are in for a great surprise because there is a great number of museums in Chicago alone. And in fact, the museums found here are considered and easily ranked as the world's best. Therefore, museum and history lovers, you absolutely and irrefutably made the right choice.
Let Bus Charter IL be your travel partner in the near future...we look forward to hearing from you.