West Coast Bus Routes: Travel in Comfort and Style

west coast bus routes from MisionerosEveryone dreams of traveling. Some use credit cards that provide airline miles as rewards while others simply save up in order to go on that one trip they’ve been dreaming of. As far as travel goes, however, it’s as complicated as it’s ever been. Choosing to fly, for instance, is expensive (especially if you’re traveling with an entire family.) For this reason, many people simply avoid traveling full stop. Some may dislike cramped airports or would rather not drive countless hours to arrive in some location. But we, as a species, need to travel in order to expand our worldview and experience new adventures. The best way to travel is by bus. If you’re planning on finally visiting the West Coast, choose Misioneros Bus Lines! Our daily west coast bus routes will take the hassle out of traveling so you can enjoy your trip.

Visit The West Coast Without Hassle

If you live in the border region (El Paso, Las Cruces, Juarez, etc.) you’re well aware of the desert landscapes and hot, summer days. Perhaps you long to see the beach and dip your toes in the refreshing water of the Pacific Ocean. Maybe you have a calendar of the West Coast in your home or office and it constantly taunts you, calling you to see the real thing with your own eyes. Well, this dream can easily become a reality if you set your mind to it! Instead of spending hundreds of dollars of plane tickets, you can choose Misioneros Bus Lines as your travel companion. We offer daily West Coast bus routes so you can plan accordingly. Our prices are affordable and our busses are designed for optimum comfort.

Our West Coast Bus Route, Explained

The West Coast is vast and beautiful. As such, our bus route is designed specifically to make stops in the most sought-after locations. From Huntington Park, California to Portland, Oregon and Pasco, Washington, this route passes through the best of the best. Plan accordingly and send a fun week or two away in the magical land of the West Coast. Plane have layovers in certain towns but they only last a few hours at most. Our bus trips, on the other hand, give you the ability to get off in Huntington Park, California and spend a day or two there then, whenever you want to continue your voyage, you can simply board another Misioneros Bus on the West Coast route! This is traveling as it should be, with unbridled freedom and comfort!

The Benefits of Bus Transportation the Holiday Season

The holiday season is well-known for a handful of things. Apart from presents, family, and cold weather, the holiday season is synonymous with travel. Perhaps you’re planning on taking a plane trip across the country in order to spend Christmas with the parents or you need to load up the entire family in the minivan in order to go on the yearly holiday road trip. Whatever the case may be, you’re probably dreading the aforementioned trip. Whether you’re traveling by minivan or airplane, you’ll more-than-likely feel cramped and uncomfortable. Plane trips are also notoriously expensive so if you have to transport your entire family, you’ll have to pay a pretty penny. Thankfully, there’s a better option for you to consider: bus transportation!

Comfortable Rides Feel Like a Dream

Why should you squeeze yourself into an uncomfortable airplane seat, crammed between two large people, in order to visit your family this holiday season? All too often, people simply become numb to the fact that things in life are not as great as they should be. Travelers simply decide to suffer, be it for an hour or seven, as the trip takes place. But you’re already paying a lot of money for these plane tickets, shouldn’t the trip be at least somewhat comfortable? And don’t get us started on the entire airport fiasco! When you choose bus transportation, you’ll never have to worry about cramped or uncomfortable seats. Misioneros Bus Lines is devoted to high-quality comfort so you’ll be able to sit back and relax while our incredible drivers take you and your family where you need to be!

Affordable Prices, Even for Long-Distance Trips!

We’ve reiterated it time and time again, but most trips are expensive! Perhaps planes are faster but their cost far outweighs the benefits. Save money (and your sanity) by choosing bus transportation services from Misioneros Bus Lines. We make it easy for our clients to get where they need to be. Whether your family is small, medium, or large, we’ll have seats for them all! And you’ll be able to rest easy knowing the trip won’t break the bank.

Get Where You Need To Be This Holiday Season!

Misioneros Bus Lines stands apart from other bus companies in the Southwest in a variety of ways, chief among them being our excellent prices and customer service! If you’re ready to make your holiday vacation as effortless as possible, give Misioneros Bus Lines a call!

Why Our Charter Bus Rental Services are Your Best Option

a woman resting in a charter busWhat’s the best way to transport a large group of people? When it comes to making the right decision for your group, you need to consider the price, the number of travelers, and the distance you need to travel. Each detail will play into the overall outcome and success of the particular trip. When it comes down to it, charter bus rental services are the best of the best. Not only are they more affordable, but they’re also more comfortable (especially for larger groups.)

Get There Without Worrying

Planes may be faster but they’re also much more expensive than charter busses. Not only that but airports should be avoided at all costs during the holiday season. Instead of standing around in seemingly never-ending lines at the airport, your entire group can travel together in comfort and style when you choose charter bus rental services from Misioneros Bus Line. Other options, such as driving or traveling by train, will lead to a more convoluted trip. Avoid any confusion or excess cost by renting a charter bus!

What To Expect from Charter Bus Travel

So, now that you’ve decided on taking a charter bus from Misioneros Bus Line on your trip, how do you prepare? Our busses are outfitted with comfortable reclining seats, outlets and restrooms. This means you’ll be able to bring a blanket and pillow so you’ll be able to relax while you travel. Say goodbye to cramped legs or tight spaces. By hiring a charter bus, you’ll basically have your very own bus so no need to worry about giving up your seat or sitting next to an annoying passenger. Our charter buses also come outfitted with televisions and DVD players so you can play a movie or two to entertain the rest of your group during your trip!

Comfort and Safety

Not only are our charter busses incredibly comfortable, but they’re also superbly safe. In fact, safety is our top priority. Your group will be in safe hands and you will arrive at your destination safe and sound. Don’t leave it up to chance. Give Misioneros Bus Lines a call today to learn more about our charter bus rental services.

Plan a Budget Friendly Summer Trip to Portland

A beautiful view of Portland Oregon's city skylineDreaming of traveling to the Pacific Northwest? There’s no better time to make your thoughts a reality than this summer. While the cost of a round-trip airline ticket can easily crush your dreams, don’t be discouraged. You can save money by traveling on the Misioneros Bus Line. Misioneros makes regular routes from the sunny state of  California up to the green high deserts of Oregon. Along with saving you money, you can experience the captivating sights along the west coast.

If you’re ready to pack your bags for a budget-friendly getaway to Portland, then we have some suggestions as to what you’ll want to see and do while visiting the City of Roses.   

Traveling Tips for Portland

#1) Attire 

With the abundance of outdoor activities, the city has to offer, you’ll want to pack comfortable walking shoes. During the summer, the weather in Portland is sunny, with occasional rain, and often reaching the high 80s. As for clothes, you’ll want to wear breathable clothing material like cotton or linen so you can comfortably move around.     

#2) Accessories

To be well prepared for the rain, pack an umbrella or raincoat. Since you’ll likely be spending a good amount of time outdoors, a hat and sunscreen will keep your skin free of sunburns. We also suggest a lightweight bag to carry your necessities along with brochures and souvenirs picked up along the way.

Things to Do and See in Portland

#1) Outdoors

There’ll be plenty of free activities to enjoy as Portland’s landscape is an outdoor playground waiting to be explored. Portland is home to 14 distinct bridges that can be walked or biked across. Make a list and cross them out as you spot them along with your commute. Be sure to make your way to Washington Park where you can plan for a picnic under the Coast Redwood trees. The 159-acre park also hosts the Oregon Zoo, International Rose Test Garden, Portland Japanese Garden, Vietnam Veterans of Oregon Memorial, and the Oregon Holocaust Memorial. For a picturesque view, make your way to Silver Falls State Park where you can view breathtaking waterfalls.

#2) Museums

Enjoy time indoors by exploring Portland’s numerous inspiring museums. Discover the deep-rooted importance of trees and forests at the World Forestry Center Discovery Museum. It’ll change the way you look at trees. If animation and the arts are more your things, visit the Art and Science of LAIKA at the Portland Art Museum where you can learn how motion pictures are made. For a trail unlike any other, spend time at Portland’s’ Shanghai Tunnels, home of the city’s infamous catacombs and where stories of murder and mystery will spike your imagination.

#3) Nightlife

The fun doesn’t end when the sun goes down in Portland. Whether you’re looking to grab a drink at a horror-themed bar (The Lovecraft) or sip on a Mai Tai with the sounds of a volcano in the background (Hale Pele), the possibilities of a night out on the town are endless. Portland’s Entertainment District is a offers a wide selection of food, drinks, and music.     

Where to Eat in Portland

#1) Breakfast Spots

For a hearty meal, Zell’s Cafe has you covered. They have a selection of corned beef, eggs, and potatoes, along with French toast and waffles. The best part of their menu is the German pancake, which is large enough for an entire table to share. For a classic Portland spot, Besaw’s comfort food, established in 1903 will fill your stomach’s with their ‘dream cakes’ which are three cinnamon sticky bun pancakes with cream cheese frosting, topped with walnuts and toffee sauce. You also can’t go wrong with their chicken and waffles or pecan smoked pastrami sandwich.       

#2) Something New

When you’re in Portland, it’s a good time to open up your taste buds to something unfamiliar. Pok Pok (NW) is a pleasant fuse of regional foods from Thailand and Southeast Asia. Experience the blend of spices in the ‘kai krapao khai dao’, which is minced chicken and long beans, krapao (a Thai basil), white onion, black soy, fish sauce, garlic and dry chilies.    

#3) Cheap and Savory

The best of both worlds come together when a meal is inexpensive and high in flavor. Portland is famous for its numerous establishments offering cheap meals that don’t shy away from deliciousness. We suggest hamburgers from Killer Burger who serve a mountain-size beef patty with toppings that include bacon, pickles, and cheese sandwiched together with fresh buns. For a variety of local, inexpensive dishes, be sure to make your way to downtown Portland’s collection of food carts where you’ll find tacos, barbeque, Japanese-inspired dishes, mini burgers, waffles, and pizza.        

Start Planning Today

If Portland, Oregon has been on your list of places to visit, then this summer is the time to finally make it happen. The best part is, you don’t have to worry about breaking the bank. If you travel on Misioneros Bus Line you’ll save money and discover new parts of the west coast.