The experience of riding on the greyhound bus remains a constant over the decades. The buses may now have wi-fi, etc.
but he general unpleasant experience has remained locked in time, remaining virtually the same as it was 30 years ago. The rudeness, disrespectfulness and unpleasantness of the ordeal is just as bad as ever, if not worse. Anyway contemplating a greyhound trip should first read all of the reviews on the pissed off consumer website first. They all explain in true life detail what you are getting yourself into.
And by no means should you ever let greyhound talk you into buying your ticket in advance so that you can save a few bucks. If you have any length of time to think about , you will say "What in the world am I getting myself into?" and will most likely change your mind and save yourself alot of anguish. Do not buy any Greyhound Ticket, until you are sure that you are going on the trip, and then buy it an hour before leaving. Greyhound wants you to buy your tickets in advance, because so many people change their minds and don't wanna go, that they end up making much more money that way.
Let the buyer beware, unless you like being tortured, you will regret ever getting aboard the greyhound bus.
You'll be like Lisa Marie Presley. She told Oprah Winfrey that after she got married to Michael Jackson, she thought "Holy Mary, Mother of God, What was I thinking?" That's how you will feel while you are squashed up next to a vagrant that hasn't bathed in months.
I liked: Looking back and laughing about all of my greyhound trips.
I didn't like: Having to spend so much monety on lice medication after trips.