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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 ...
... and then went up and over a mountain, which I possibly could of coped with had it not been pitch black because we were travelling at night! Oops! At least we filled up with petrol because otherwise it would of felt even more like a scene out of a horror film! But we survived and the only wildlife we passed were lots of bats, the three deer (who were happily eating someone's front garden!) and lots of cows with very big horns! Next time we will not be trusting ...
... smell about it, probably due to not having any guests stay here for a while.
Outside when looking towards the mountains there were wind farms extending as far as the eye could see, presumably they take advantage of the massive winds that seem apparent all the time. We enjoyed dinner and each had a hot bath to freshen up before getting an early night, it would be a very early start tomorrow as we needed to make up a few hours due to the storm today.
... was the explosive heart of the Atom bomb. It's ultimate power was unknown and beyond imagination at the time.
Just before, and during the early stages of WW2, a group of scientists conceived and proved the probability of an "Atomic Bomb". Initially there was a fear that Germany was on to it also, and might develop the bomb. There was real fear that Hitler would use it if he had it. After the war ended it was ...
... we are chicken-chicks, we didn’t. But we did climb the 330 steps up to the top of Moro Rock to enjoy a spectacularly breathtaking view on the surrounding canyons and mountains.
The Indian owner of the Marco Polo Inn in Visalia was surprised to see our room rate, saying that they never sold one for that little before. Still he did extend us for another night at the same rate. We now know the stories of his life, are invited to visit him in India and got a new ...