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Breakfast and Memorial Gardens

Sometimes nothing beats exploring around places near where you live, which is exactly what Matt and I did this past weekend. To start off though, we were celebrating some great news I received at work and decided nothing said celebration like breakfast out. 194 more words


San Jacinto State Historic Site

The San Jacinto Battleground State Historic Site preserves the history of the most important event in Texas history — our independence from Mexico. On April 21, 1836, an outnumbered Texian Army defeated the forces of Mexican General Antonio López de Santa Anna on the plains of San Jacinto. 325 more words

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A Country Divided: The War Memorial of Korea

On our second to last day in Seoul, Sora and I split for the majority of the day. She had some things to do admin wise and I had a blight on my past trip to the city that I needed to rectify. 788 more words


The tunnel of expression at the Esplanade

It was stuffy in there, but I couldn’t help and stop to take a look. I wasn’t alone. Small pockets of tourist were also standing around looking at the many different groups of people dancing. 124 more words


King's Cross War Memorial for Railwaymen

This week was a full-on working week with two long London trips. Although I didn’t have time to do any family history research, I did take the opportunity to visit the War Memorial at King’s Cross station. 509 more words