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... into a human ice block. I ended up finding a rail pass similar to the Eurorail pass (only less value) in the states with their only interstate train company. Amtrak. Given Amtrak only had set railways and destinations it forced me to make a decision and plot a trip back to LA which was great. So this is what the itinerary ended up looking like: The pass afforded me 8 trips in 15 days. Even only using 7 of them I saved around $200 on train tickets. Boston to Washington ...
... I would respectfully suggest that the shuddering is probably sufficient to warn of its approach.
The furniture was also novel, being more like a collection of assorted old broom handles nailed together in a slightly random way with a melamine top glued and nailed on top. Dead smart. More back shed than IKEA, it achieved something far more special than just 'rustic'.
It probably won't catch on back home, but I could be wrong.
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... Kat was kind enough to buy for them. We then topped off our water bottles & headed back to Phoenix though we had to give some sad goodbyes. On the way back to the freeway, we saw a roadrunner very quickly. Unfortunately we couldn't stop to get a pick of it which was a bummer. We then stopped off at an In N Out for Jon & I to get some milkshakes & then I got some fries for all of us to share. Everyone enjoyed the treat. We then got back to our ...
... of the original #1" – it’s a lot of gigantic glass buildings, some futuristic buildings…. I think what is amazing is the technology: water, generators, air tunnels to take the pressure off during the day heat and giving the air back during the cold night (maybe building it all in a little bit more moderate area would have been smarter) and what they were all planning, to make it happen… even more amazing is, that someone had a ...
... how the mine worked via our guide's own anecdotes. He was a funny old boy, about 80 years old or so, who actually mined here between the 50's and 70's. It all made for a very enjoyable experience, no tackiness whatsoever.
We called it a day afterwards and made best use of our last night at our awesome hotel before leaving Arizona the next day for San Diego, California. Fingers crossed, a successful vehicle exchange is on the horizon.