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So, megabus.com has a special place in mine and Robin’s hearts. While dating in college, I was in Minneapolis and he was in Madison, so we logged a lot of megabus hours visiting each other. Of all the bus service companies connecting Madison and Minneapolis, we liked megabus.com the best because they are really reliable, have good locations for pickup/drop off stops and the best part – they are very affordable! I remember sometimes they had special promotions for $1 fares, which was really awesome when you were a broke college kid just trying to see her boo once a month.
Robin and I have been craving some sunshine and beach action after all this rain here in San Francisco, so we’re planning on a “Spring Break” trip of sorts from San Francisco to LA next month. We usually drive down there, but this time around we’ll instead be taking a megabus. Robin is still in school and I always have blogging stuff to work on, so I’m actually looking forward to us both being able to be handsfree and focus on things on the way down there. It’s nice sometimes not having to worry about driving.
Right now we are leaning towards getting off at the Burbank area – the most “North” drop off point. We haven’t been to Malibu before, so I think taking a megabus to the Burbank stop is a great way to get close to the beach without spending a lot of money on a flight or driving ourselves.
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