Last Updated on December 4, 2016 by Jody Halsted
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Budget Travel Tip: Take the Bus
If you have a road trip coming up, but aren't looking forward to the drive (and won't need your vehicle after you arrive), check to see if MegaBus is an option. You'll find MegaBus across the East Coast and Midwestern US, all over the UK and along Lake Ontario in Canada.
MegaBus is a great option for traveling families. It will cost you far less than plane tickets, everyone can relax during the drive, wifi and electrical outlets keep everyone powered up and entertained and there is a bathroom on board. We use MegaBus for all our Chicago trips- the girls look forward to it!
Be a VIP in Nashville on Independence Day
If you really want to celebrate the 4th of July with a bang this year, the Lowes Vanderbilt in Nashville is where you want to be!
Loews Vanderbilt has exclusive access to Music City’s “Let Freedom Sing” July 4th celebration, named one of the top fireworks displays in the country. Tickets to the VIP area cannot be purchased by the general public, ensuring that guests who book this package at Loews Vanderbilt will party like patriots in style! The starting rate is $249 per night, based on double occupancy and is valid for one-night only, Wednesday, July 4, 2012.
This offer includes:
- Two VIP tickets to the July 4th fireworks event – Watch the spectacular show from a private VIP area, complete with food and beverage. Enjoy performances from The Mavericks, Craig Morgan and the Nashville Symphony.
- Premium room accommodations with access to the concierge lounge, which includes daily continental breakfast, afternoon snacks and evening hors d’oeuvres.
- Complimentary overnight valet parking at the hotel
- Transportation to and from downtown Nashville’s fireworks celebration