by Mary Ann Slavcheff
Phileas Fogg went around the world in 90 days in a Jules Verne novel.
Abe Lincoln's son Willie used to make imaginary train
Plan a trip around the world in 90 days. Sure it can be faster today, but let's stop here and there and enjoy perhaps a soccer game or a concert or bicycle trip. Maybe we can climb a mountain or take part in a festival.
Leave from your home. How long will it take to drive to the airport or bus station or to drive to New York City.
Go to the cities you want. You can go north, or south east or west. Just so long as you go around the world in 90 days.
Find out about airline, bus, train and boat timetables.
What cities will you spend extra time in?
How will you get from airports or bus depots?
The imaginary trip is yours to plan.