Monthly Archives: December 2012


“Come experience the legendary Pendleton Round-Up Rodeo! … Come watch
a Pendleton Woolen Mills blanket being made! … Come say hello to
‘iconic’ Hamley’s … Come tour the ‘rowdy-past’ Underground! … Come
have coffee at the Rainbow! … Come stroll the River Walk! … Come
feel genuine western hospitality!”
Reservations for the 2013 Pendleton Round-Up Rodeo Adventure are now available …

Enjoy lodging at the Wildhorse Resort Casino Hotel, reserved (covered
grandstand) rodeo tickets, the popular VFW Cowboy Breakfast, free
hotel-downtown-rodeo arena shuttle service with your choice of lodging
nights and daily rodeo action …

For details, visit …

Come on Rodeo Fans … Let’er Buck in Pendleton, Oregon, USA the 2nd week of September 2013 …

Unique-Boutique-Lodging on Maui, Hawaii …

Unique-Maui Lodging – try Kihei Bay Surf Studio Condo’s –  historic
Ko’IE’IE Fishpond & beginning of Sugar Beach across street, foot
steps from a Maui bus stop offering a $4 all-day pass … swimming pool,
jacuzzi, tennis court, bbq’s … nicely maintained property both inside
and out …situated at 715 South Kihei Road … you can’t beat this
convenient location …

The Kihei Bay Surf is now the lodging partner for an upcoming Roads2.Com – Maui, Hawaii Adventure …

For a ‘peek at the Kihei Bay Surf Studio Condo’s’, Click Here!

For more information, contact ‘’ …

Unique Bus Service – Seattle, WA – Portland, OR, USA …

BoltBus, an upscale version of Greyhound, made its West Coast, USA debut May
17 2012 with four daily nonstop runs between Portland, Oregon and Seattle, Washington, USA.

by Greyhound but operated as a separate division, BoltBus has been
running in the Northeast between Boston and Washington since 2008.
Coaches have leather seats, more legroom than Greyhound buses, panorama
windows, wi-fi service and electrical connections.

The bus does
not use a traditional terminal. Rather, it has curb service, from 647
S.W. Salmon St. in Portland and Fifth Avenue South and King Street in

“We operate more like an airline by taking
reservations, boarding by group numbers and having a loyalty program,”
said David Hall,  general manager.

One-way fares begin at $1,
plus a booking fee, though fares that low are limited on each departure.
Non-refundable fares increase depending on how far in advance they are
purchased, with a typical one-way fare being $20. Visit Bolt Bus