Beach Hut Bed And Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... the modern dress uniform pays tribute to the leather flap on the tar catcher attached to those historic duds. So the sailors earned the nickname "Tars". The five roommates had a unique characteristic not common in the military community. Two were officers and they graduated from the same college in the Midwest with the lone civilian. The other two roommates were enlisted sailors. Officers and enlisted being roommates? Well, they all ...
... a reservation. It was like we were the first people in the history of the universe to try. So we left and headed over to PF Changs instead. Dinner was delicious. Tomorrow I will head over to the motorcycle dealer to be there when it opens at 9:00. Jody will hang out at the hotel. Hopefully it won't take too long so we can check out the remaining museums at Balboa park in the afternoon. 16.3 miles today 12,989.0 miles total 0.0 gallons today 313.769 gallons ...
... he will finish the job. They have now put in thirteen hours, replaced both lock arms, and a new motor. This will be an expensive claim for the insurance company. Our deductible is $200.
At 5:00 pm we joinied Maureen and Larry for Happy Hour before taxiing to Saska’s Steak and Seafood in Mission Bay for Larry’s birthday dinner. We gave Larry the Draft Beer Jelly Bellies and the Bacon Maple Soda, which generated lots of laughs and comments. Saska’s ...
... All of the dishes were unique -- in flavors, ingredients and presentations. The duck was brought out whole and carved at our table. It was crispy, moist without being greasy, not fatty at all and delicious. I had never had anything like it before.
After gorging ourselves (twice in less than 24 hours), we then proceeded to walk to Tienanmen Square. It took us far longer than we expected as there is now a security gate that everyone has to go through that took ...
... had lunch on one of the covered benches, and stayed about two hours. Tony called us from England as we were at the Japanese bell, and we had a nice chat. Headed up the Hamakua coast in search of more gardens. Found a scenic overlook by an old building called Hakalau Plantation Company. This led down an unpaved road to a small inlet and a park under the gigantic trestles for a tall bridge. Water was rushing down the canyon, ...