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... see one of the fancier sides of San Diego. We returned to the city over the Coronato bridge which gave us great views of the US Navy's Pacific fleet, the City and the Bay.
Once we got back to the Hotel the team were put under orders to get their bags packed and weighed, boots cleaned and get ready for our end of tour dinner. Our dinner was at the Red Lobster and it proved to ...
... for a taco at Jack in the Box. Surprisingly – it was pretty good.
We checked out the transit map and found out we could take a bus that went up the spit past Silver Strand State Park to Coronado. When we got there we went directly to the world famous Hotel Del Coronado, which has been featured in many movies. We walked out onto the sand where we saw some pretty impressive roller waves breaking onto the shore then decided to go sit on the hotel deck for a ...
... these pickpockets. He was amazing to watch as he started the show from in the audience moving from person to person taking their belongings without them even knowing that he had striped them of things. I was even called up on stage as part of his act. At the end he gave tips on how to stay safe while traveling so that we did not become a victim while traveling.
November 26th, Wednesday
We arrived in Puerto Quetzal Guatemala at 8:00am today. There is really nothing ...
Day 10. I’ve noticed more of the little things while being back in civilization…like how much I enjoy a real shower, a clean toilet, washer and dryer, and a refrigerator. It definitely makes me appreciate these things more and not take them for granted.
Today Laura had class until 3pm so I was on my own to go exploring. I started off with checking out Torrey Pines hiking trails to get me out of the city and into a pair of hiking boots. ...
... area with bars and restaurants. B&J have found their own little neighborhood Cheers, appropriately named Shades, overlooking the beach, lifeguard station and the pier (longest on the west coast). Of course one can't talk about the beauty of the place without at least acknowledging the beauty of the people. Surfers and lifeguards, need I say more ladies?
Having just left the sauna that is Tallahassee in August, my second impression was the weather. ...
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