Wednesday, July 15, 2015

Greyhound announced today
that they will be extending bus service to two new locations in Mexico:
Monterrey and Nuevo Laredo. There will be more than 23 departures heading to
this destination every week, connecting travelers to major hubs in Texas. The
bus service currently has a network of more than 3,800 destinations across the
United States. In addition to the new city access, the launch also feature
two new private terminals and a new fleet of buses with free on-board
Wi-Fi.  To celebrate the new additions, the travel service will offer
fates at $1—that's 25 pesos—on a number of seats for the first two weeks
of operation. For more information on how to book your ticket, visit the
Greyhound website. Erika Owen is the Audience Engagement Editor
at Travel + Leisure.  Follow her on Twitter and Instagram
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