We found out that people washed their clothes with urine, the only available resource at that time. I thought the skulls were the aftermath of Nazi Germany at the first glimpse. We also found out that some of the people and animals were in twisted and writhing forms or else holding hands with their loved ones when they were petrified in ash. They also sometimes had better houses than us now because they had many pools. What a fun place to live! Go with Christ!
On the Megabus, we had a different experience. A car hit us in the back of the bus. The car that had rear-ended us was leaking some kind of fluid on the ground. We had to be pulled over for almost two hours, we were waiting for the police to arrive. The police finally arrived, after what felt like forever, we could go. We were almost in Ohio when we stopped at McDonald's and Subway, for a very "fancy" dinner. We finally arrived in Cincinnati around 11:30 Eastern Time.
The train was very fun. We had the whole car to our group of people that went on the trip which was really cool. The bad things were that we were going backwards the whole time because our chairs were turned the other way, and another bad thing was the horn honking the whole time we went there. I loved looking out the window and when we arrived in Chicago it was really pretty. The train was a good experience.