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This game completely ruins Monopoly. No trading, no building resources, and no strategy. You are mercilessly at the will of the cards and dice, like never before. Regular Monopoly gives you some hope. This Monopoly doesn't. The game might be much faster, but you are just taking a backseat to the movement of the pieces. NOT FUN.
Pretty simple - this works great for attaching my car seat to my BOB! Great way to use this with an infant until he or she can ride in it as normal.
We got this recently before our vacation so we can read up on some of the sights to see in the cities we were going to visit. One can argue that guide books are obsolete in this day and age when most of the same information can be easily found at no cost on the internet. But I do think it was helpful and convenient to us to have a guide that have most of the famous and popular attractions gathered in one volume. It even gave us some ideas into going to sights we hadn't known about before reading the book (the piazza overlooking Florence comes to mind). Some of the tips in the book was also helpful, such as booking in advance for some of the major attractions. For example, we booked our tickets to see Michelangelo's David before we left home and was able to avoid the long line at the ticket office. Other tips such as which transportation to take once we got off the train in Venice and where to get tickets for said transportation was also helpful.