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... excursion on time he pulled out 4 VIP tender passes. Even with these passes we were just 15 minutes early before our trolley tour of Acadia National Park.
> Acadia National Park, was the first national Park East of the Rocky Mountain. The park was established mainly by private donation of property from wealthy people such as the Rockefellers. Our 2 1/2 scenic ride was full of beautiful sites. They took us to the tallest mountain, ...
... walking we stopped at Quincy market for a couple of beers to work out our dinner plans. En route to our restaurant we pit stopped at the Frost Ice Bar, needless to say that we didn't end up eating dinner! The bar is a permanent -20F and everything is made of ice, including the seats, bar and even the drinking "glasses".
We ordered our first (strong) drinks and met a bunch of guys on vacation from Indianapolis. Despite the temperature starting to freeze my face so ...
... and were travelling all over the United States. She looked horribly confused by this, and had to go and talk to her supervisor (which was totally not freaking us out at all). Her supervisor gave her a nod like she was crazy for asking her question (I would just go with crazy full stop), and she returned to tell us that we were all fine and could head back onto the bus.
Yes, this was totally annoying and weird, but the most confusing part was that half the ...
... what it is at the opportune moment. I made it to America though so it can’t have been the passport I forgot. The flight was uneventful. A rare show of brotherly love found me upgraded to Premium Economy, which should’ve been delightful in every direction. I had an aisle seat but the man next to me very kindly swapped and let me sit at the window as he had no preference. Sadly, as I found out, he also liked ...
... MIT). There was no handy public transport so we walked about an hour to get there! We found the MIT bookstore and Ash got a book there. I was about 2.30pm and we were starving so we ate lunch at the student cafeteria, amongst all the students, either chatting or focused on their laptops at the tables. It was a good insight to see an American college for one of us, with Lauren having studied in America previously. We walked through the main building and got a photo of the ...
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