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We then ate dinner in restaurants. The exception was a 4 day, 3 night trip to St. Petersburg. which I described in my Hub Saving a Lot of Bucks by Keeping My Mouth Shut , in which our hotel and meals (except lunch) were included in the the price of the tour package we purchased for that side trip.
The state of Virginia is a true welcome to the southern United States. With warmer weather, sparser population, and a more laid back lifestyle, Virginia has plenty of things to do and places to see. The main routes through the state are I-95, I-64, And I-85. Northern Virginia contains metropolitan DC cities like Alexandria and Arlington. To the south along the coast, there’s Newport News, Virginia Beach, Norfolk, Chesapeake, and the entire Hampton Roads area.
Think of movie locations, and doubtless New Zealand will be top of the heap. There’s never been a country so synonymous with a movie project (and it was also voted number 1 in a recent HBO poll for holiday destinations made famous by film and TV). Unsurprisingly, you can find an awful lot of information on the New Zealand site , including itineraries, locations and the scoop on Hobbiton.
Like any foreign country the ATM machines dispense the local currency and your bank deducts cash from your account at the exchange rate in effect at the time the transaction reaches the your U.S. bank. As for ATM fees, I don’t know if I was lucky but the fee for the transaction at the Russian end was minimal and my credit union only charged their regular small fee (I had the same experience on a trip to Spain and Italy earlier this month – my ATM fees for withdrawals in Spain and Italy were minimal).