Traveling by Bus or Train

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Traveling by bus or by train?
The second benefit of traveling by bus not by train is you can sing some songs or watch movies during your journey. If you feel bored in the bus, you can choose some songs from songbooks to let you feel more fun. You sing whatever you like to distract your dull time during in the bus. On condition that you don’t want to sing some songs, watching movies are the best options for you to pick. There are many plots in the movie that will make you laugh sometimes and forget about monotonous time on the bus. On the contrary, there is no TV and karaoke in the train. Except the outside scenery, there is nothing in it. It makes you feel tedious while you are taking the train. The best thing you may do is sleeping and looking significant natural landscape at the same time. The third benefit of traveling by bus not by train is you can stay for a long time in the tourist attractions. Since the number of people is different from those two vehicles, way of time consuming isn’t same, too. If you want to stay in one place for a long time to wander around or buy souvenirs, bus is the best choice for you to choose. Train carries many passengers; you may feel embarrassed as so many people keep waiting for you. Unlike train, bus doesn’t cause this problem; you are familiar with passengers when you take this bus at the first time. They might will to wait for you. All in all, there are so many transportations for you to choose when you plan for a trip. Whatever you pick bus or train as your vehicle, it is your option. We should look up to their choice and distinguish some advantages and disadvantages between these vehicles. But for me, I pick bus not train because there are three benefits of bus: You don’t need to pat a lot of money, you can sing some songs or watch movies during your journey, and you can stay for a long time in the tourist attractions.
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