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Depending on the day and how busy they are, you might be able to just check them in for your next trip. I did it quite early for one from Seattle to Portland as well - very similar trip actually. As you approach the ticket windows, on your left is the baggage check in and the guy will give you a ticket for it. Alternatively, if they say it's too early, ...
You don't say where in Switzerland, but for me the answer here is for surely, in a word, "via Italy"! So, up from underneath rather than down from on top. So, I'd definitely (1) drive first to Monaco. Then (2) to Genoa (of course, one of the most amazing roads on Earth). Then up through (3) any of the amazing cities in northern Italy (you could name 20 ...
Other research methods: simply visiting the website of the city you want to visit; Buying a booklet about the city or region at your local bookstore; Going to a travel agency for a consultancy; Googling the city name; (once you're there) visiting the tourist information booth. There isn't really much you can do about missed attractions. I doubt the ...
For view - an hour and a half. It's worth doing at least once. Brunch is an excellent way to do SkyCity restaurant + rotating view -- it's a little more affordable than dinner. You will want to make reservations (even at brunch).
You mention the NPS website. Also on that same page, it states: Due to its popularity, access to the pedestal is limited and requires reservations. Statue Cruises is the official source for pedestal reservations as well as the company that provides ferry transportation to the island. Advanced reservations may be made online or by telephone. So ...
Also across the river, the Doubletree in Crystal City Arlington has a revolving restaurant, the SkyDome Lounge.
There's no real blanket rule here. Often, any school ID - even a convincing fake one or an expired one - will work. But just as often, the deal is the result of a specific partnership with a local institution (or institutions) and only available to those students. Generally, I'd just assume that any ID will work unless it's explicitly posted otherwise, but ...
I think I found it but if there are others, please post them. http://www.vam.ac.uk/content/exhibitions/disobedient-objects/
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