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... transportation routes. He was successful at taking the town, but the retreating Union forces burned the Armory with its thousands of guns.
Harpers Ferry today is a collection of maintained and restored buildings. It is owned by the National Parks service, so half the shops are now historical exhibits, while half continue to operate as private cafes, restaurants, Inns and trinket shops. There was a shuttle bus from the Visitor Center to the Old Town, ...
... road again, even though it was obvious that there was a left turn option.
As he was about to go on the circular road for a third time I spoke up, he checked his GPS and made a sudden left turn in the middle of the intersection that made a pedestrian literally have to jump out of the way to save his own life. I asked the cabbie if he saw that guy and got the same blank stare.
Eventually, after driving through some neighborhood ...
We finally got into Philly at about 3:30 PM, and after figuring out it was about 2 miles to my hotel from the train station, I decided that I was too tired and had had too little food that day (read: none) to figure out how to navigate the city. And so, today I successfully hailed my first taxi.
Of course, the first taxi I hailed "didn't know" how to get to my hotel, and almost ran me over in his hurry to get away from ...
... together to raise money for the local school by buying tickets for a beef & beer night. I met some of her friends who had recently been to London and were amused at how small English eggs were. It's funny what sticks in people's minds. The lady I was staying with knew so much history about her local area everyday was like a history lesson! They all know so much about their cities. We joked that she should become a tour Gide when she retires. She got me to try ...
I woke up feeling so much better after a good nights rest. We got ourselves ready and went downstairs to have our free continental breakfast at the hotel, then caught a taxi into the city to do some shopping and have a look around the CBD. We shopped around in a few different department stores and got some clothes and things. Everything is really cheap, I got thongs, a polo and boardies for $30. Bobbie wanted to buy something ...