Greyhound buses are the worst

In Uncategorized on November 26, 2012 at 10:18 PM

On the first leg of my trip back home, we had to take Greyhound from Saint George to Salt Lake City. The SLC station is the worst.

Where to begin? First, exactly one half of the electrical outlets do not work; either top or bottom, does not matter… The video games are always out of order, and to top it off, the bathroom sinks aren’t attached to the countertops. None of them. I am speaking of the men’s room, naturally.

About the only nice thing that I could say about the Salt Lake City station is the baggage handler was nice, and even offered to carry my heavy carry-on bag for me. That was it.

Horrible food, a microwave that stank when opened…. An arrogant “help” staff (aside from the aforementioned baggage handler) the driver tended to mumble when he spoke into the radio…. If not for my aunt and her portable DVD player, the several times the bus broke down would’ve been unbearable…

I pen this as I await my Amtrak train back home. Now, this station is small when you compare it to the one in Sac, but they seem to want your business. And, no they do not get favorable reviews because I love trains, and riding in one was the best 16 hours of my life, it does help, however… I am going to board the train now, so if you have to travel, use Amtrak. It is the best public transportation we have. Good night


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