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After Haiti, I went home to be treated. After resting, I thought Japan would be the best place to visit. The culture has always been fascinating. I was hoping to see not only the popular places I hear about but also the underground culture which I have not seen or heard. Once I arrive I know I must try the street food, visit temples, and Tokyo Tower.
Once in Japan, I noticed a big difference between the airport back home and the one ...
... I saw other American tourists ready for a vacation while a few look ready for work. I began to think it must be nice to work and travel to Hawaii from time to time. As I adventured out of the airport, I saw returning visitors tan and ready for home though some looked as if they wanted to stay. On my way to my hotel, I looked at my pamphlets from the hotel. The first one looked fascinating and I decided I would ...
... state capital and numerous humongous distribution warehouses. One for Target was even ginormous! In Hershey we drove around following the signs to ChocolateWorld. Now we enjoyed some of what ChocolateWorld had to offer and some we were less than impressed with. So here is the Ammon Family review of Hershey's ChocolateWorld. * Trolley tour of Hershey - 4 thumbs up. * 4D Hershey Movie - 4 thumbs down. * Create your own Candy Bar - 3 thumbs up. ...
... in full force when we rejoined the interstate to carry us through West Virginia, over the Appalachians, and into Maryland. Then onto Virginia to drop Ricci off and find the RV park his mom had suggested .... We would have been asleep by 11 pm if we were anybody but ourselves. Brian was still with us. My 19-year-old West-Coast nephew with dreams of Sugar Plum Fairies in his head. We wanted to show him DC, but not at the cost of ...
... were from, and were subsequently ridiculed.
3. The town of Reading in Philadelphia is a **** hole full of Hispanics and criminal activity. Direct quote from Tom, of Christ Church.
On the plus side, Becky got to ring a 250 year old bell, and we got to wear our macs as it rained all day.
We'll be sure to update you with another enthralling episode soon...yo, smell ya later.