ATLANTA, GA, November 05, 2013 /24-7PressRelease/
-- Atlanta bus charter
business Samson Trailways is pleased to offer a grand vacation idea for anyone wanting to escape for a few days to a local paradise. You don't have to plan an expensive out of country (or even out of state for that matter) trip to have fun, as there are plenty of fun things to do in the beautiful North Georgia mountains. Home of the Georgia's Wine Highway and many nationally renowned vineyards, there is plenty to do and drink when you head up the road a ways. To make the experience all the more enjoyable, especially since traveling with a large group of friends is the only way to get the most out of the trip, is to reserve a luxury Atlanta charter bus.
The Wine Highway is Calling Your Name
Let's face it; riding in a crammed car for a couple hundred miles is not most people's idea of a fun time. By renting a charter bus, you can kick back, relax, and not to have worry about enjoying some of your favorite wine once you arrive! With a professionally trained driver and a ride that is fully loaded with amenities to make your "staycation" memorable, all you have to do now is call. According to Tom Sambdman, Vice President of the Atlanta bus charter company, "The views of famous vineyards like Tiger Mountains, Crane Creek, and Habersham afforded by a tour down the Wine Highway are breathtaking to say the least. I personally recommend staying a night at the Glen-Ella Springs Inn & Meeting Place. It is the perfect place to unwind and let go for a weekend."
Samson Trailways provides Atlanta charter buses
all year round. You can learn more about their services by visiting http://www.samsontrailways.com
.About Samson Trailways:
Samson Trailways has been the trusted leader in Atlanta motor coach transportation for nearly 30 years. Our success is the result of a strong focus on safety and customer satisfaction. No matter the size of your group, Samson Trailways delivers premium charter bus transportation services, offering top of the line motor coaches, buses, and minibuses.
For more information, visit http://www.samsontrailways.com