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Wednesday, October 12, 2011

Video on finding ground zero

Great little video on finding ground zero.

http://www.rtcsnv.com/touristms/index.html#&panel1-2

Two comments.
At the bottom of the escalator you won't see a sign for ground zero but you are there.  There is a sign but it lists other information.

They want you to buy a premium pass in the vending machine.  With dollars you can buy a residential pass from the driver of the bus.  You must have exact change.  Technically, you are not supposed to buy a residential pass and afterwards board the Deuce or the SDX.
Seniors in particular, with a senior ID issued by the bus company, can get a 24 hour residential pass for $2 or a one way ticket for $1.

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