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... off to find the metro. We bought a SmartFare card (basically an Oyster card) but not without any hassle. First the machine wouldn't accept our cards because they're foreign- a very odd concept at an international airport, then when we tried to pay with cash, we found it wouldn't accept 20s and had to go to the currency exchange to get some $10 notes! Eventually we set off with our cards in hand and made the 30 minute subway journey to the stop near the hostel. Luckily it was only about ...
... will be happy ending of the EXOTIC DAY. price is $ US 60 (for ALL of us). Transport only. Dinner we will play by ear because I don't know when we'll be back. This may be a day we eat on the road.
Thursday: Free day! Want a massage? Want to try out a new yoga class? Get some sort of theta therapy, or try out a different excursion that looks good to you? I can recommend a great massage therapist! You'll have all morning and ...
... is a last minute special found by tree, down from $209. We have to pay $20 a day for parking which is a bummer.
Final Thoughts: Backstreets of Pennsylvania were beautiful. At times alittle stressful. The Amish are... indeed very different. Roast beef sandwich for lunch lacked the upper slice of bread. There are no coffee shops or cafes anywhere.. we need a flask!
... photography all pretty impressive. We then went and got some yes Philadelphia water ice and sat on a bench in the National Mall. I wandered across to the Smithsonian Castle for a look see and then we headed back to the car. By now it was already 5.30pm.
We drove to Arlington cemetery where we went and saw the grave of President John F Kennedy and Jacky Onassis we also went to see the Tomb of the Unknown soldiers where we were lucky enough to catch part of ...
... Big Zip (the Jamboree allocated 3 scouts per troop to experience the Big Zip, while the other zip lines were elective and open to everyone) -- the Big Zip was a single 3,100 foot zip line going over the entire Adventure Valley & lake at up to 65 mph -- they loved it.
Next, we met at the Technology Quest center, and roamed around the different exhibits including Microsoft, NASA, and many others -- they did ...