So is USA residents only, Am sure there are several ways explained this without being as rude as he was good price and a good route This turned out to be a 'code share' flight operated by American Airlines.
Extremely comfortable and was served lots of delicious food My touch screen froze at the beginning and I couldn't use it at all for the entire flight.
The tracks are fossil Late Holocene human footprints left behind in volcanic ash and mud, which solidified about 2000 years ago, shortly after the group of up to 15-20 people passed by.
Volcanic activity is the reason behind the conservation of the prints though.
Workers found a track of footprints by accident in 1874.
He uncovered more footprints at a depth of 4 meters. The track is believed to continue further.
Specimens of these footprints can be viewed at both the Peabody Museum of Archaeology at Harvard University and the United States National Museum.
At a depth of 4 meters they indeed found more prints, and the track is believed to continue even further.
In 1874, construction workers discovered the footprints.