March for Our Lives Bus from High Point Cafe

Rally to March for Our Lives Bus from High Point Cafe with Laura M Siena

  • destination location Rides to 2400 East Capitol Street Southeast in Washington, DC from Northwest Philadelphia, Philadelphia, PA
  • travel date Saturday, March 24, 2018
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Book your seat for travel on a high-end bus to March for Our Lives Bus from High Point Cafe at Washington in Washington, DC on Saturday, March 24, 2018 without the hassles of driving, parking, or navigating traffic.

Motorcoaches will be used for this trip, which regularly have the following amenities:
Luxury motorcoaches will be utilized for this trip Individual, comfortable, reclining bucket seats Free wifi usually available Outlets may be available Restrooms Food and alcoholic beverages allowed

Trip from Northwest Philadelphia, Philadelphia, PA

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March for Our Lives Bus from High Point Cafe

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