We offer a wide variety of transportation services, such as local sight seeing and group charters to anywhere in the US and Canada (Passport required)
Arrow Trailways of Texas has been in business for over 70 years and is a great asset to the Central Texas area. Based out of Killeen, Texas we offer a wide variety of transportation and travel related services. such as, local sight seeing and group charter services to anywhere in the Continental USA and Canada (Passport required), for any length of time.
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The Senior Center will host a trip to the Dallas World Aquarium and the Perot Museum of Nature and Science on Wednesday, July 28th. Seniors 55+ years of age and their escorts are invited to attend. Please contact the Senior Center at (254) 547-6049 or stop by at 1012 North Drive, Ste. to reserve seats. See flyer for more details, thank you:
Anybody want to go see the Pioneer Woman this September 13-15? please contact us at 254-526-2229. we only have a few seats left to fill so let us know so you can get booked for the trip.
We are going to Shreveport Louisiana Feb. 22, 2020. Sam's Town, Travel with us for only $50.00 round trip!
A new decade brings new adventure, let's GO!
The team at Arrow Trailways wishes you a Merry Christmas!
Saluting all of those who have served to protect our freedom!
Copperas Cove Senior Activity Center is looking for travelers, over the age of 55, interested in the Vanishing River Cruse on Lake Buchanan. Please call Jeri Wood at 254-547-6049 for more information
Lets go to Sam's Town! Get your ticket from the Killeen Bus Station
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We are going shopping for TAX FREE weekend! lets go to the San Marcos outlets for a day of shopping before school gets started. Get your tickets today at the Killeen Bus Station.
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In Greece this week, undercover cops are cracking down on restaurants over-charging tourists; one American visitor said on TripAdvisor that he was charged 830 euros for six beers and 3 salads at a restaurant in Mykonos.
How to Avoid Getting Scammed When Traveling In Greece this week, undercover cops are cracking down on restaurants over-charging tourists; one American visitor said on TripAdvisor that he was charged 830 euros for six beers and 3 salads at a restaurant in Mykonos.
Ahh, the good old days of travel. You juggled paper documents, learned a new currency in every country, and waited until you got home to show off your vacation photos. But now it’s a brave new world. Has travel evolved for better or for worse? Read on to decide if you miss any of these old-school travel experiences, and be sure to browse our guide to fun family vacations if you're longing for adventure!
Travel Has Changed Drastically — And These Old Photos Prove It Believe it or not, some kids don't know a world without GPS.
For years, Stephanie Conway worked in marketing for agencies representing brands like Samsung, Audi and T-Mobile. On the surface, this had it all: financial stability, an enviable Instagram feed, glamorous party invites. But eventually, the sleepless nights caught up with her and she was burned out. So at the age of 28, she quit her stable career and decided to swap her desk for a beach and her tea-drinking coworkers for barefoot cohorts.
How This Girlboss Swapped A Corporate Career For World Travel Tips from a digital nomad who quit the 9 to 5 and reinvented her life and career. Here's how you can do it, too.
For more than a century, Block Island’s Surf Hotel has dazzled guests with its rambling front porch and sweeping ocean views. After lingering on the market for years, the iconic Rhode Island getaway will reopen on July 1 as the Block Island Beach House.
A Rhode Island Landmark Is Reopening As a Dreamy New Resort Looking for a Rhode Island Getaway? The former Surf Hotel will reopen as Block Island Beach House on Block Island this summer.
Happy 4th of July!
Patagonia is the place that bucket lists were made for. Stretching across the southern tip of both Chile and Argentina, Patagonia is rugged, sparsely populated, and astonishingly beautiful. Vast plains are crisscrossed by puma and guanaco trails, Andean condors’ with their 10-foot wingspans sometimes circle 40 feet above your head, there are ancient glaciers to sail to and old-growth forests to explore.
The Best Way to Experience Patagonia, According to a Travel Expert Patagonia is the place that bucket lists were made for. Here's an expert's travel guide to the Patagonia region.
Books are essential items to pack for summer travels, right next to the sunscreen and shades. They may not protect you from UV rays, but they help map itineraries, decode cultural mysteries, give historical context, and, most of all, send your imagination soaring to places you never dreamed you’d go.
12 travel books you won’t be able to put down this summer These great new reads take you on journeys from Papua New Guinea to Paris.
You don’t have to rummage through the internet for long to find helpful packing tips this summer. You know, roll your clothing (don’t fold), carry on your suitcase (don’t check) and, of course, pack light. But this vacation season, maybe you really need a few unpacking tips.
Travel Wise | There’s an art to unpacking. Here’s how to do it right. Once you arrive at your hotel or vacation rental, do you unpack or live out of a suitcase? If you remove your clothes and toiletries, where do they go?
Always on the go? Fortune.com has comprised a list of of must haves for summer, filled with gadgets and accessories designed to make your travel experience complete
Summer Travel Guide: Must-Have Gadgets and Accessories for Jetsetters From a face mask that alleviates jet lag to the swimsuit with thousands on a waiting list.
2018 marked a banner year for Asian-American representation in the American mainstream. With the release of Crazy Rich Asians—the first Hollywood film with an all-Asian cast in 25 years—along with tons of new Asian talent in television, music, food, and even politics, it seems the "bamboo ceiling" is finally beginning to splinter.
8 Asian-Americans Who Are Shaping The Travel Industry To celebrate Asian Heritage Month, meet eight Asian-Americans who are shaping the travel industry through hotels, tech, luggage, and more.
When it comes to travel bags and suitcases, Away is the brand you need to know. Loved by the masses, this cult-favorite brand is known for their thoughtfully designed travel bags and accessories (I mean, a carry-on with an ejectable battery charger so you don’t have to travel with your phone on a terrifyingly low battery percentage? Genius) and minimalist silhouettes that won’t cramp your travel style.
Away Luggage Reviews From Travel Editors: See the Suitcases and Bags Worth Buying According to our editors, here are the suitcases and bags worth buying from Away.
Earlier this spring, I watched a young, solemn man dressed like a Buddhist monk approach a tourist on the Mall. He showed him a petition to build a temple and slid a bracelet made of prayer beads onto his wrist. The visitor was pulling money out of his wallet when I intervened and told him the truth: He had fallen for a scam.
10 common travel scams — and how to avoid them Tips on how to avoid swindles, plus a sampling of destinations where tourists are at risk.
To kick off summer and Memorial Day weekend, we know exactly how we’re celebrating — by shopping for brand new travel gear to prepare for summer’s adventures.
Backyard barbecues and lake trips aside, Memorial Day weekend is one of the best times of the year to stock up on new travel bags, travel accessories, and travel outfits — think comfy shoes and all-weather jackets. And just because you might be traveling somewhere without access to decent WiFi, you’ll still have time shop Memorial Day sales as some of the best ones extend long past Monday.
All the Best Deals on Travel Gear to Shop During Memorial Day Weekend Memorial Day weekend is finally here, and we’ve rounded up the best travel sales worth shopping including major discounts at Nordstrom, eBags, Zappos, Samsonite, Tumi, and more.
A robust economy has put Americans in the mood to travel this summer.
According to AAA, nearly 43 million people are expected to take to the roads, rails and skies this Memorial Day weekend. That’s an increase of 1.5 million over last year and the second-highest volume since AAA began tracking numbers in 2000.
Memorial Day is just the beginning: Analysts predict a summer travel boom Airports and the TSA say they are prepared for crowds, but the border crisis could impact wait times as agents are redeployed.
If you're still deciding where to take your summer vacation, 2019 brings major anniversaries, new flight routes, buzzy museum openings and more.
In no particular order, check out our picks for where to travel this summer
19 best places to travel for summer 2019 If you're still deciding where to take your summer vacation, 2019 brings major anniversaries, new flight routes and buzzy museum openings. Here are 19 of the best places to go from Bolivia to Singapore.
The Internet transformed almost all aspects of our lives. Millions of users can not imagine their lives without it and also millions were born with it and don't even know how it was before the internet era. One of the things that is completely transformed is the way we travel--from scratch and from "start to finish". My parents used to travel during that era when it took 20 hours and 3 flights to get to a city that is a 2h direct flight today. When plane transport was not as nearly affordable as nowadays and airline tickets were complicated paper documents issued by a travel agency. I was a little kid during this "pre-internet era" so during our Sunday lunch I "traveled" my mom back in time and had her tell me how it used to be...
Did The Internet Kill The 'Romance' Of Travel? We devote precious time and energy to make the best, informed decisions, and still, we end up being "less happy travelers" than the "old-school travelers" were. And it is all because of expectations.
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Last year, Days Inn announced they were hiring a “Suntern” to spend the summer traveling around the United States staying at the brand's hotels across the country.
Days Inn Is Hiring Another 'Suntern' to Travel the World This Summer Get paid $10,000 to travel the world and stay at Days Inn hotels.
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When you think a large family or group travel, Airbnb might be the first website to come to mind. But there is an alternative - especially if you like the amenities that come with staying at a hotel. A website called Suiteness helps you book connecting hotel rooms around the world.
Travel Website Offers a "Suite" Alternative to Airbnb Get guaranteed connecting rooms for family or group travel
Arrow Trailways of Texas has been assisting companies and other organizations with their needs since 1936 as a part of a nationwide Industry of Trailways Motor Coach operators. We are Department of Defense certified, Department of Transportation and Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration compliant, with an up dated fleet (9 x 56 passenger coaches) and outstanding safety record carrying your most valuable resource.
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