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... on the track. Emma literally sat on the passenger next to her. Not me. The safari tour was nice and the parade was great to see. With Epcot in our sights on the third day we went straight for the soaring ride. A wonderful flying simulator with extra sensory smells. An incredible experience that left me white knuckled on the handles (I'm a little bit scared of heights). We walked out of that building to be greeted with a heavy down pour. We rode all indoor rides and ...
... beers and we played some more guitar. Apparently there was a club located right across the hostel, so we decided to check it out. Clubs in the states are mostly for 21 year olds, but this one allowed 18 year olds as well, they were just not allowed to drink any alcoholic drinks. It was so much fun and the twelve of us danced the night away, surround by ghetto girls and gangster dance crews. We were without a doubt the whitest people there, and it was an ...
... Daniel Parke Custis) when she was 18. He died when Martha was only 25 in a cholera epidemic. That left Martha one of the richest widows in Virginia. The Washington's were married when Martha and George were 27. Remember the name Custis, we'll see it again later today!
Washington died at the age 78 in 1899. First in War, First in Peace and First in the Hearts of his Countrymen...a quote from is funeral.
I often wonder what ...
... br> 4. Eat a Philly Cheese Steak
So this one is a bit silly, I know. The issue was, we were running late, so I didn't get to go to
the reputable cafe. Instead, I bought one from a street vendor. I have been so worried about
getting sick, but I seem to have only given myself indigestion from eating it too fast so I could
do all the other things!
If you didn't already know, Americans LOVE St Patrick's Day. I think it might have to do with the fact that everyone just gets absolutely hammered and they all get to wear green...
Anyway, for St Patty's Day, we all got the train down to Philadelphia for the day. It's only around a 50 minute train ride there which is very handy. None of us were really wearing green, we were very unprepared for the day.
I was lucky enough to be able to meet up with ...