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... heard of, but I knew nothing about. After seeing it, I now consider it one of my favorites. The music was so-so, but the dancing, costumes and the acting were fantastic. I'd love to see it again someday, though I should probably wait until the hype of this performance has died down.
San Diego overall was an awesome stop. I felt like I only scraped the top of the iceberg of cool stuff to see, so someday I would love to return. Adios San Diego, off to Anaheim.
... amendment rights don't exist within 100 miles of the border to México in the name of "safety". We quickly started to read all about these patrol stations online to figure out first why they existed and if we could avoid them (because of the traffic they caused). We ended up just deciding to go through them because there wasn’t a faster route and luckily we went through without being stopped, although we could see some less fortunate cars being searched ...
... the gold, then the shaping and engraving on the boxes and then all the engravings, inlaid pieces and incredible detail on the gold sarcophagus cases! Not to even mention the things that were buried with him to assist him in the afterlife (such as food in stone cases, chariots, thrones) and what about the tomb itself? It had a number of rooms and was dug down into the desert floor. Amazing!
Apparently when a new king was crowned ...
... yards from the ocean. We start stripping off our socks and shoes and helmets as fast as our fingers and arms will allow. (Although, being that I love my helmet, I kept mine on.) The very first thing I remember doing is grabbing Carlee's hand. Before all this started, we vowed two things: 1. To not run into the ocean until everyone had made it onto the beach and was ready to go. 2. We were going to wear our jerseys full-zip into the ocean. Anyway, Carlee and I were holding ...
... RV's were not allowed in that lot.
We are staying at Campland on the Bay ( www.campland.com) which is a huge camp site by the seaside close to San Diego Seaworld. It has 2 swimming pools and a jacuzzi, a play area, market, cafe and laundry etc. it is very popular in summer and rather popular in winter too.
We had dinner at the cafe and are having a quiet night tonight.
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