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... guesthouse accommodations (both cheaper and more social), but we also elected to have private ensuite room (versus dorms with shared bath) when available. We also usually took one room for the four of us rather than two separate rooms. When it came to activities, ...
Went on a ride similar to the big funnel at White Water World in Oz. Me, Meg and Stephen climbed the stairs to the very top and just as we were getting in the tube Stephen had second thoughts. He ended up walking all the way to the bottom with everyone yelling 'boo'. Poor Stephen :(
Some really cool rides at Mountain Creek. For lunch I just ordered some chicken. Stephen and ...
I arrived at 9:50am and made my way from the bus station to departures. Departures made me remember dad, because I was flying from terminal 3! I found a seat near the charging points and sat charging my phone and chatting to Emma! Whilst I was waiting for the check-in desk to open an old lady came and sat next to me. She seemed stressed and upset. It transpired that she was going ...
... I fell asleep. When I woke up I did a lot of research and I found out that Woodrow Wilson died from having a stroke on February 3, 1924.
After doing all this traveling I decided that I missed my own home back in Indiana. So after that night I packed up fell asleep and decided to go back home. On the trip going back home I always ask myself “was this ...
... attraction that we just didn't want to be a part of. So we jumped on the New York underground and headed to the top of Grenwich Village and then spent the rest of the afternoon touring Greenwich, Soho (the place to shop) Little Italy (the place to eat), Chinatown (the place to people watch) back down to tthe court area where the buildings are scaled up beyond necessary.
We walked back to the World Trade Centre and caught the PATH back to New Jersey and back ...