The Inn At Weston
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It was then onto the airbrush tattoo section, where I got a cute little blue elephant on my back. I had a bit of fun with Mum and Dad with that one :). We walked around for a little longer, and then headed home to try our apples. We finished most of them, but man that is a lot of sugar! Food is definitely bigger in America!
Some more reruns later and we decided to hit the hay. Peace out from Rutland, Vermont ...
... bulk grapes, and nacho chips and dip for dinner (as an FYI, Aldi is predominately a buy-in-bulk store with pathetic range, so I couldn't even buy just a bottle of water - no wonder we don't have them back home!).
Now I'm not sure what Vermont consider a marathon, but Law & Order was still playing on the TV when we got home. So we watched some more while we set up our table with all of our goodies, before having an early night.
Peace out from Rutland, Vermont ...
... plaza shopping centre were we (mainly me :P), did a spot of shopping, and we had our first encounter with a real, live, Walmart.
We headed back to our hotel for another little spot of napping, and decided that heading ourt for dinner was too much of a struggle. Pizza Hut on the other hand, sounded like a much better idea, so we got that delivered to our room instead. Pizza, garlic bread, ...
We didn't have our train to Vermont until mid afternoon, which left the entire morning to explore New York. We picked a street and started walking, and ended up finding Times Square. That place is amazing; everything is so big and bright, there's giant TV screens everywhere, and you can't walk anywhere without accidentally bumping into someone.
We found a giant Toys R Us, and, working for them back home, I had to go inside to see how the competitors do their thing. ...
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In leaves no step had trodden black.
Oh, I kept the first for another day!
Yet knowing how way leads on to way, ...