Last updated 3 years ago
Why not experience a new Miami this summer? On a budget! There is a way you and your friends can enjoy the sunny city without expending too much. Book a charter bus to visit it and follow these tips:
Grab a bite at Lincoln Road, where you will be fascinated just by watching the people there. You will sure have some fun and there will be tons of conversation topics.
Stay in the "up-and-coming" neighborhood of Brickell to save some cash like the Hampton Inn & Suites. By sleeping just 10 minutes from Collins Avenue and Ocean Drive, you will spend half as much money and will have the same fun. Streets in the financial district used to shut down after business hours. Now young people have moved into condos and the neighborhood is bustling.
Visit the charming outdoor mall called Mary Brickell Village where you will find lots of restaurants like Fado Irish Pub, Rosa Mexicano, Burger & Beer Joint, Blue Martini and several houses that had been converted into restaurants.
Spend the day in the 300-foot-pool at Icon Brickell, which has "the best pool in Miami," with views of Biscayne Bay, plus comfy lounge chairs and beds. The Icon Brickell shares a property with the Viceroy Miami hotel. For $45, the hotel's spa offers a day pass, allowing guests access to the pool, gym, steam room and sauna from 6 a.m. to 10 p.m. Towels, robes and sandals are included.
When in South Beach visit the candlelit restaurant called BONDST Lounge in the basement of Townhouse Hotel.
Some of Miami's best nightlife is found inside hotels. The Rose Bar at the Delano Hotel, with large Venetian chandeliers hanging from the ceilings, and the oceanfront bar at the Asian-inspired Setai. Not to miss is the Perry South Beach Hotel's rooftop bar, with its swaying palm trees, private cabanas, couches, pool and a view of Miami's skyline.
From the Art Deco buildings and boutique-lined streets to the beaches and nightlife, Miami is fascinating. There is a lot you can do in Miami so book a charter bus with us so you and your friends and family can start enjoying all the city has to offer.
Last updated 3 years ago
With a new season comes change and Disney announced some of its own. After more than 30 years of serving Disney World visitors, the entertainment, dining and shopping complex known as Downtown Disney in Lake Buena Vista will be expanded and reimagined. With this major makeover comes a new name: Disney Springs.
Disney Springs will more than double the current Downtown Disney offerings of restaurants, shops and entertainment areas, expanding from 75 to more than 150, according to Walt Disney Parks and Resorts Chairman Tom Staggs.
It also will give visitors a taste of old hometown Florida, replicating "the turn-of-the-century lakeside towns that dotted the Florida landscape," Staggs said.
Disney Springs, which will be modeled on Florida's waterfront communities, will feature four outdoor neighborhoods with more than 150 shops, restaurants and other establishments. The four areas will be connected by a spring and lakefront.
Downtown Disney at Orlando is a great place to spend a magical and entertaining time with friends and family. Don't miss an opportunity to book charter a bus from EZ Bus, Inc. To learn more or to make a reservation, please call (407) 857-1007 or visit us online.
Last updated 4 years ago
James Bond, code name 007, drove some pretty spectacular cars in the service of Her Majesty. At the 50th anniversary of the super spy movies, many of the Bond vehicles can be seen thanks to passionate collector Michael Dezer. Over the decades, the developer has worked on an eclectic collection of automobiles that includes 46 cars that appeared in Bond films.
With opening of the Dezer Collection Automotive Museum in North Miami, the Israel-born collector extraordinaire has a fitting place to showcase his collection with two building sand more than 250,000 square feet. Constituting one of the largest collections of Bond props and vehicles in the world, the Dezer Collection’s Bond exhibition is values at more than $15 million and includes automobiles, motorcycles, submarines, airplanes, helicopters, boat and snowmobiles.
The collection is home to the golden gun itself, a T-55 Soviet tank featured in the 1995 Bond film Goldeneye. Also featured the original 1964 silver Aston Martin from Goldfinger and the silver Aston Martin Vanquish (equipped and displayed with machine guns) from Die Another Day.
General admission tickets are available to one of both of the buildings. Group tickets offer savings of up to 50% off the regular price. Also, special events and group meals can be arranged at the James Bond Gallery & Lounge, the 50’s-style diner, indoor drive-in movie theater and other spaces throughout the museum.