Wednesday 13 September 2017

Unconditional Surrender San Diego

This 25 feet tall statue described by some as a monstrosity add colour to the San Diego waterfront and is a great reminder of the sacrifice and the rewards of the second World War.
 Alfred Eisenstaedt took the photo  on August 14, 1945 and J Seward Johnson is believed to have used the photo to created the sculpture. Glen NcDuffie, claimed he was the sailor in the picture  and died at age 86 in March 2014 and for a number of years charged $10  for ladies to kiss him on the cheek.

An interesting hotel to stay in an old bank building is the 

Make sure you visit the Bob Hope memorial just bear by

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