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Orlando Bus Ride with Free Breakfast and Wi-Fi

June 03, 2009 By Gus in Miami: Travel News  | 10 Comments


Customers often tell us our $35 bus ride to Orlando is a great deal, but we want to let you know, it just got a whole lot better! Starting June 10th, we are offering free continental breakfast to our passengers, including orange juice, muffins, coffee and tea. On the return trip from Orlando to Miami, customers receive free snacks and candy.

Another new feature to make your trip more enjoyable is free Wi-Fi onboard.

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Our luxurious motor coaches are the most inexpensive way to travel. Just $35 buys you a comfortable seat on an air-conditioned coach. You don’t have to worry about getting lost, or tire from the drive; you can sit back, relax and watch an onboard movie, or surf the Web with our free Wi-Fi.

This is truly a one-of-a-kind class of service, only available at Miami Tour Company and Miami Beach 411.

Miami to Orlando Schedule

We offer inexpensive bus transportation daily between Miami and Orlando, making well planned stops along the way.

Anyone need a ride?

Blogger and media inquires: to arrange a free trip, contact Gus Moore at (305) 754-2206.

Contact Information:

Miami Beach 411, Inc.
1521 Alton Road # 233
Miami Beach, FL 33139
Phone: (305) 754-2206

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10 Comments on

"Orlando Bus Ride with Free Breakfast and Wi-Fi"

Carlos Miller says:

With free wi-fi, you’re going to kill the competition.

Posted on 06/03/2009 at 9:32 PM

pod says:

Is it like the Bolt buses in the Northeast where there’s a Wi-Fi to 3G router tucked away somewhere on the bus? Not to knock it, but 3G service “at speed” is pretty dodgy.

A step in the right direction though, since not everyone has a 3G dongle, a jailbroken iPhone to tether their laptop to, or a tethered BlackBerry.

Posted on 06/03/2009 at 10:51 PM

Laurie says:

I think I’ll be flying to Miami on my next Orlando trip just so I can take the bus!

Posted on 06/03/2009 at 11:34 PM

Sungal says:

Free Candy? Ooohh!
Gus, Do you worry about people spilling and making crumbs? I don’t think my Dad ever let anyone eat/drink in his car. You also had to wipe your feet before getting in. I guess he could never run a tour company.

It was nice to be able to eat my croissant and fruit salad on the City Tour. I didn’t make any crumbs!!

Posted on 06/04/2009 at 3:04 PM

Gus says:

Pod, I’m checking how the buses are wired. I’ll let you know.

Sungal, we,ve found if you treat people with dignity and respect, they act like adults.

Telling passengers NO EATING ON THE BUS is childish and rude.

The point is, to have fun on vacation. =)

Posted on 06/04/2009 at 4:15 PM

elaine allen says:

hey, we from england and we will be coming to miami in a couple of weeks and you tell me how much the bus ride will cost for a family of 5(2 adults 2 children and an infant to go to orlando for the day round-trip.

Posted on 06/12/2009 at 5:24 AM

Gus says:

Hi, Elaine. Thanks for commenting. To show you my appreciation, I want to give you a Miami Beach 411 Family Discount. Just one question about your trip…

Do need a bus ride to Orlando, or do you also want to go to a theme park (Disneyworld, Universal Studios, etc.) for the day?

The bus ride costs $35, each way. Learn more.

The bus ride, including a theme park ticket costs $140 for adults and $125 for children (3 to 9). Learn more.

Your infant is free. =)

The Miami Beach 411 Family Discount is…save $8 per ticket!

Contact us to make a reservation.

Posted on 06/12/2009 at 2:55 PM

Shenique Morris says:

how can i reserve a spot on the bus? Or do we pay when we arrive to the bus stop?

Posted on 07/14/2009 at 12:42 AM

Gus says:

Hi, Shenique. In order to save a seat on the bus, you must reserve in advance. You can make a reeserrvation online, here:

Or by calling us at 305-754-2206.

Posted on 07/14/2009 at 5:49 AM

KITTY says:

i’ve been using this service everytime i travel to the us (miami-orlando)
there on time!! very friendly! and the free wifi and snacks are a bonus.
will be using there services again this year!

Posted on 04/10/2016 at 11:24 AM

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