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Afterwards we visited The International Spy Museum where I, Joe, got to indulge in pretending to be James Bond. The museum featured real spy gadgets, interactive games and ...
... in London is more stunning, but these folks have a good second place claim. We didn't do it justice, as the kids were getting a little bored, and we could definitely come back for another go round. The crowds did not make it easy to see all the popular exhibits and a return trip would be ...
... across an amazing hanging garden - the entire side of a building was covered in plants. We finally went to sleep around 11, just as a group of musicians began playing in the plaza below. It was soothing music, thank goodness, and a nice way to end the day. Unfortunately I had no time to go to Cordoba on this trip. Hopefully we will be able to go back to Spain and explore more. If we do, I will tell you all about ...
... the hard road to civil rights and equality. It isn't something you really learn about in the UK and it seems a shameful part of American history. At least, those imposing apartheid in South Africa did it out of self interest and a pursuit of power. There doesn't really seem to be any justification whatsoever for the tardiness of extending equality to all in the US particularly when ...
... continued on the road and passed through a lot of rain. I really hope some of the rain will clear up before we leave for the beach on Saturday. The temperature has been somewhat mild. Today wasn't too hot, but it wasn't really cold. The wind was a bit chilly at times.
We stopped at Dinosaur Land on the way to Springfield and it was awesome! I got the idea to stop there from a brochure I found a few weeks ago when we went to Wytheville on ...
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