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... around. A woman who seemed she was with her family asked me if I was looking for something. I told her I was lost and she could tell I was not from around here. She gave me a few simple directions and I saw I was not that far from where I wanted to go. Grateful, I ran off. It was a good first few days in London. Many friendly people and good food. I decided to stay longer than expected and found the city to grow on me.
During my plane ride to England, I was sitting next to a citizen of England. I asked him about his favorite places. He was a professor at a college in England. He told me one of his favorite places was the castles. He said the architecture was exquisite and quite an experience. He said he could feel the history behind it. I remember a friend who also visited England who saw many castles. Curious myself, I decided I would visit.
After settling in and resting, I signed up for a ...
Laying at night on my bed at the hotel after a day of swimming, I looked again at my pamphlets. I wondered what would be in store the next day. National Park. Surfing this. Surfing that. I knew I was not a surfer. Mauna Kea Summit and Stargazing. I have always wanted to see the stars clearly. At home in the city it is hard to see anything. I tried to imagine what it would be like to see the Big Dipper or Gemini. Mauna Kea stands as the tallest mountain ...
... were likely to find our minivan up on blocks with the wheels missing after dinner. We kept driving. Just a couple blocks from our hotel we found a nice wood fire grill restaurant that had good food and best of all we still had wheels when we finished. Overall we have not been impressed with Delaware. Wilmington had some cool buildings downtown but the surrounding neighborhoods were very interesting. Maybe Dover and the costal portions of Delaware are ...
... Museum of Art, and is now standing close to the steps leading to this magnificent building. Additionally, the flight of stairs leading to the Philadelphia Museum of Art was used in that first Rocky movie, and are now known as the ‘Rocky Steps’. At the top of the staircase are Rocky’s footprints! Such a bit of fun for such a ‘serious’ place!
We then made our ...
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