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... no alarm wake up, little responsibility and biggest decisions about what coffee shop to try today or what to cook for dinner tonight!
We have found the time to get out and explore just a little of the San Diego City and County. We took the amazingly kitchy old town bus tour-which was fabulous! equipped with songs, enthusiastic drivers and dinging of the trolley bell right on cue! Balboa Park is huge, with every type of ...
... of Las Vegas.
So Counts Kustoms. What is that, you may ask? Well, Mac is a big fan of Counting Cars, a show on the History Channel. The star of the show is Danny "The Count" Coker. Danny and his shop, Counts Kustoms, restore all kinds of cars. Our son got the car gene, so he’s been into the show for a few years.
We stopped by Counts Kustoms for a tour of Danny’s car collection. It was easy to ...
... The big Hanger Deck
... Diego Harbour where we saw the USS Midway who h has been turned into a museum. We could of gotten off to explore but we wanted to do the round trip. We continued on our trolley and went past the Horton Plaza Shopping Centre, Gaslamp Quarter, we also went over the San Diego/Coronado Bay Bridge, up to the Zoo and back to Old Town where we started from. Going over San Diego/Coronado Bay Bridge was an experience, as we sat eight at the back of the trolley ...
I started walking the bonfire strip on the beach, ( there's like 10 pits. ) and couldn't see Gary. As I was nearing the last two I saw the man with his drum holstered around his neck. Met some more folks and chilled around the fire place. We had heaps of palm trees and wooden pallets. And set up a ring of palms and planted them into the ground stem first so they looked like trees too. It was really cool. Anyway, two sailers came ...
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