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... t realise we were going into the actual historic mission control where they controlled all of the launches into space, such as Apollo 11 and 13. Everything was the original, we say in a viewing area that was there in the 60's the viewing area would have presidents, politicians, astronaut families and the queen had been there, tom hank went there and watched how they control things for his role in Apollo 13. There were no keyboards, just screens with dials, they used ...
... Astros lost 4-2, a loss that was fairly predictable from about the 4th innings. The pitcher and batters in the Kansas City team had higher averages in all areas than the Houston team but the crowd were pretty loyal to their team and a group of young guys who started off a Mexican wave managed to get it go around the stadium at least four or five times before it died out..
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Day 39 - 29th October 2013
Up bright and early this morning, me, Paul and Chris decided to have a wander to Charles Street that is not far from here and check out Lafayette Square, lots of old buildings and stuff there, noticed a sign on the side of a tram for the World War 2 museum. I obviously did this in history in school but seen things mostly from a British point of view so wanted to see what the Americans take on it was, ...