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Charter Bus Rental Service Galveston,Texas

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Located on the Gulf of Mexico in the southeastern part of Texas, Galveston is an island linked to the mainland by bridge. Known for its resort amenities, Victorian architecture and wide variety of entertainment, Galveston offers a variety of attractions that keep people coming back time and again.

Galveston is the site of many Texas firsts, including the first post office, the first gas lights and the first golf course. The restored Grand Opera House is another favored stop for travelers and provides a venue for the local symphony orchestra, as well as other cultural performances.

Between the Strand and the beaches, old houses are everywhere, among them the ostentatious Bishop's Palace, with its stained glass, mosaics and marble; the antebellum Ashton Villa, 2328 Broadway, which shows a film about the 1900 hurricane. Variety of cuisine for all, comfortable lodgings and excellent ground transportation services like Charter Bus that includes Motor Coach, Mini Bus, School Bus, Entertainer, Executive, Limo Bus, Double Decker, Passenger Van and Public Transit will make your Galveston trip safe and enjoyable.

The rich history in Galveston remains a strong draw for visitors, with attractions such as the Texas Seaport Museum offering guests a chance to experience how this island has grown over the centuries. The guys at Galveston Party Boats are the innovators and original operators of catamaran fishing vessels in Galveston. Everything from rod, reel, and bait, to electronic radar equipment are designed to help make your fishing day a success.

Galveston's old Santa Fe depot, at 25th Street and the Strand, is now a Railroad Museum, displaying steam trains, Pullman cars and endless train-travel-related artifacts in a skillful evocation of a lost era. Eerie white statues stand around in the waiting room; pick up a telephone and listen to their conversations. The downtown beaches of Seawall Boulevard are a regular knick-knack of Galveston’s struggle to exist. Stewart Beach Park , the most convenient beach for downtown, geared toward family fun and gets very crowded.