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... Our guide was called Damien and he was actually from London and studied history so he knew a lot about each place we stopped. Along the way we visited buildings which used to be hotels where the likes of Charlie Chaplin, Winston Churchill and JFK had stayed. He also took us to the square where the first town square of Los Angeles is which had around it some of the ...
... she kept hearing 3 when I said 2. The phone call took twice as long as it should have.
We have trained ourselves to ask for things in American - bathroom or rest rooms, fries, gas (petrol), propane (gas) etc. we are even using this language amongst ourselves.
I have also noticed that it is the real Americans who don 't understand me but the foreigners do. Possibly they are more used to accents as strange as ours.
... but even with them I was so close to being done for indecent exposure as the water was that strong. We then headed back to Visalia and popped into this pizza restaurant for tea where we grabbed 3 large pizzas between us including bbq chicken with bacon and pineapple - yum. I was so jealous once we got back as GianMarco showed me some of his pictures as he used to coach for Chivas he is allowed into all these VIP places and even got to go into the changing rooms in a ...
I had the most amazing weekend before I left Chicago. I got to attend the CoverGirl Classic which is a big gymnastics competition in the lead up to the US nationals. What made this comp extra special was that there were three 2008 Olympians who were using it to make a comeback before Nationals.
It was awesome to meet Brigid 'the couch gymnast' McCarthy who was staying at my hostel. Brigid is ...
... passes through both geologic profiles; where it ends, you can stand on canyon floor scoured flat by glaciers and stare up at canyon walls rising nearly a mile.
Within Kings Canyon is the world's third largest living tree – The General Grant Tree. It was named for the leader of Union forces during the Civil War. It has the greatest base diameter of any sequoia at 40.3 feet. It was proclaimed "the Nation’s Christmas Tree" by President Calvin ...