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... here at all. The closest place is an hour away. We left the ship and there were vendors just off the dock area selling the usually things. We spent about and hour there then went back to the ship the temp. was in the low 30s with high humidity. We did our 45 minute walk around the deck, rested then went for lunch on the Lido. Spent the rest of the day reading on deck in the shade. Tonight was team trivia in the showroom, the men against the women and the men won by one point. There was ...
... br> Then Ricky showed us supposedly the most dangerous neighborhood in San Diego called “Logan” where members of the most dreaded Mexican gangs still live. It honestly didnīt look so bad but he explained that things had improved a lot in last few years. He used to live in San Diego so he can probably say if the situation got better. We even stopped for a while to look at some of the graffiti painted on the columns of the Coronado Bay Bridge. Most of them included ...
... with her two wonderful girls and hubby Chuck.. the last time I got to see Karen was 9 years ago... so again a visit is well overdue:).
Jim has plans to go see the USS Midway which is berthed just down the street from our hotel and he is stoked to go. So we grab some breakfast and go our separate ways .. with plans to meet up later and sample some of Gas lamps fine establishments.
OK, back on the road and back up the ...
... With a top deck that measures 296 meters long, it holds the fame of being the first ship too big to transit the Panama Canal. It served time in World War II, Vietnam War and was the Persian Gulf flagship in Desert Storm. Decommissioned in 1992 it now serves as a museum ship open for San Diego tourists to roam. Loaded with history, the ship museum allows you to explore the living quarters of the navy ...
... to the rest of their family during or after the show.
Oh and there was funnel cake. This is a dish made by drizzling doughnut mixture into the oil in a pie shape. The crunchy cooked dough is lifted out is then icing sugared and topped with strawberries, cream and ice-cream. For completeness we had one. Yum.
We visited the Beluga whales and the solitary walrus. Also the penguins ...
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