FAQ: Graphs: Conceptual - You're Going to Carry that Weight

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What are the paths and associated costs with traveling from Museum to Gym ?

I mean it depends are we allowed intermediate stops? Because

okay you can travel directly from the museum to the gym with a cost of 8

you could go museum bakery gym and get a pre work out fuel up…for a cost of 7

everything else that uses the outer edges like gym library or museum library its getting expensive.
and if you visit all the nodes which is more expensive still…

So I stand by Museum (brain work out) Bakery (Tummy Work Out) and Gym (work out work out).