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... how much cooler and less humid it is compared to Florida and New Orleans.....far more comfortable. The next day, we drove over the Coronado bridge to Coronado Beach. What a beautiful place!!!! Flanked by naval bases on both sides, a stunning beach in between with amazing houses all over the Island (technically a peninsula). Houses here probably start in the millions of dollars. At the far end of the beach is the stunning Hotel del Coronado...the setting of ...
... us 2 - 1 bedroom suites for the same price. We will be happy with the extra space. Stacey and Mathew headed to the pool. Justin and Owen played basketball. Tom and Irene met up with her cousin Lynn from San Diego and her friend Leo. Nice to see Lynn again. Irene will spend the day with her tomorrow.
We enjoyed beer, wine and some snacks at the Residence Inn "social". Then we had some great pizza from Pizza Bella and watched Big Brother and the ...
... stationed in San Diego and the Consular Generals from both countries. We felt very privileged to attend and appreciated the opportunity to reflect on the sacrifices made by our fellow countrymen in so many theatres of war on such a significant occasion. During the morning, we heard more Australian and New Zealand accents than we had in the previous four months of travelling!
After the service we wandered through the ...
... fast so we got margarita commuter cups and waited in line. It only took about 20 minutes and we were back in America. When Tank and Doreen returned with their shiny clean teeth it was time for fresh drinks and dinner.
Friday, February 27. Even as we eased into the morning, we had no clue where to stay tonight. We thought about spending one more night here or going another 40 miles and try out the Hot Spring. Sini wanted to donate some more money ...
... The courthouse is a spanish revival style, and looks like the missions and similar buildings of old. It has open corridors and a clock tower that we climbed to view the town. It was a gorgeous old building and very different from the architectural styles back east. It was worth the visit.
We head out of town and we are looking for lunch. I have ideas....and it's southern California. I start to watch ...