1. Who is in the car with Ambrose driving to Ocean City?
Ambrose, his parents, Uncle Karl, his 15-year-old brother, Peter, and Magda, a pretty 14-year-old girl make the trip by car.
2. How do the people in the car pass the time during the trip?
En route to Ocean City, the family passes the time playing various games including cow-poker.
3. What is a traditional game the family plays when approaching the midway point, and what is the prize for the winner?
'Looking for the Towers' is a tradition of their thrice-yearly pilgrimage; a game in which the first to see the Towers would, as per custom, receive a candy bar or piece of fruit as reward.
4. What has Ambrose realized about winning the traditional game, and at what age does he understand this tactic?
Winning 'Looking for the Towers', Ambrose understood since the age of four, was simply a matter of sitting on the right-hand side of the car.
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