Archive for March, 2014

George Wyth State Park

March 20th, 2014

George Wyth State Park is located on the Cedar River within the Waterloo-Cedar Falls metropolitan area. Its large expanse of woodland is abundant with many varieties of wildlife. Bird-watchers have observed more than 200 different species and white-tailed deer can be seen year-round. The park has been designated as a National Urban Wildlife Sanctuary. At George Wyth, the visitor can truly “get away” from the busy metropolitan area and take advantage of a variety of outdoor recreation activities in a very natural setting.

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What makes a charter tour bus so unique?

March 3rd, 2014

Traveling by charter bus can be highly pleasurable for you and members of your group as most of the charter buses come with a lot of facilities like air conditioners, heaters, television, music systems, DVD, video games, commodious pushback seats, large tinted windows, pleasing interiors, clean restroom on board, ample space to move around etc. Besides, most charter buses will allow alcohol consumption inside the bus – though smoking may be barred. » Read more: What makes a charter tour bus so unique?