1. Touring Historic American Battlefields by Bus: Part Two

    In our first entry in this series, we covered some American battlefields from the Revolutionary and Civil Wars in the Northeastern and mid-Atlantic states. In this blog we’ll discuss some of the most important battlefields in the South. Fort Sumter The first shots of the Civil War were fired at Fort Sumter in Charleston, South Carolina by Confederate forces on April 12, 1861. Over the course of …Read More

  2. Touring Historic American Battlefields by Bus: Part One

    There are many important historical battlefields in the United States. These sites range from battles fought during the Revolutionary War, the Civil War, the War of 1812, and other smaller battles that occurred outside of a traditional war. These sites can be an impressive source for learning about some of the conflicts that shaped our country. One of the best ways to tour these sites is on a char…Read More

  3. Book Your Traveling Team on One of Our Charter Buses

    As the manager of a traveling sports team, you have a lot of responsibilities. You have to make sure everyone shows up to practice, so they’re ready for the next game, and you also have to be sure everyone knows what time the plane or bus is leaving for an away game. The transportation details are often left to an assistant manager or traveling secretary, but no matter who handles the specifics,…Read More

  4. Book Your Next Trip With Us!

    If you have a group or organization that is planning a sightseeing trip or an excursion to a local museum or sporting event, it’s important to have proper transportation. You could carpool or try to arrange for everyone to meet at the destination, but that can turn into a major hassle. At Ground Travel Specialist, we’re always ready to help large groups find the perfect charter bus for their n…Read More