A Journey by an APSRTC bus from Chennai to Vijayawada
Chennai being a prestigious city, which is frequently alluded to as the ‘Gateway of South India’. This city directs zillions of explorers consistently, who throng to the city for different purposes like business, education or leisure. I have put in in this city for almost 3 years; I understood that its inheritance and captivating attractions keep pulling tourists from wherever all across the world.
All of a sudden, amid the mid of a year ago, I had plans to visit Vijayawada. I usually prefer to travel in state-owned bus transportation, as they are reliable and prompt in service. Hence, I booked APSRTC bus tickets from redbus.in; this amazing quick bus reservation portal issued tickets securely. I booked an APSRTC AC Semi Sleeper Garuda bus that left from Chennai at 5pm and reached Vijayawada at 1:15am. The staff in the bus was polite and took good care of the passengers. My bus journey experience with APSRTC was quite pleasant and comfortable.
Vijayawada, famed for its trading undertaking is situated within the state of Andhra Pradesh. The city is bordered by Budameru River and Indrakiladri Hills. The face of the city is regularly altering with its large growth in each aspect and ingenious way of life. It has many points of interest like Kanaka Durga Temple, Bhavani Island, Undavalli Caves, Victoria Museum and Subramanya Swamy Temple. All I wanted a wreck from my day-to-day work, so I was traveling to Vijayawada just to stay over the weekend. It was an overnight bus experience for almost 8 hours and the bus gave rest stops too.
The transport insides had been spotless and legitimately organized. The transport go by method for stunning views and scenes, soon it developed to end up noticeably dim and I got worried in listening tunes. Generally speaking, I used to read a novel; they played a film in the TV that was once fitted inside the transport. The transport gave a rest stop around 11pm; travelers refreshed up. Venturing by bus transport is whatever I have always endured, the aim being I can gather many recollections