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... got off the tram and walked along the shore looking at all the fancy yachts. The route then took us around downtown San Diego, the convention centre, the gas lamp quarter and the Hilton bay front hotel which was the last stop before we would return to our original boarding stop. We disembarked, got some chai at Starbucks and then sat in the sun ...
... surely not good if there is a surprise visit of The United States Public Health in a port! He was stressing cleanliness of their cabins. Their cabins are inspected without notice by the way. Another funny one was conservation of water. “You can take a six minute shower, but if there are two of you in there, you can take a twelve minute one”.
The safety officer continued with the importance of fessing up to diarrhea within 30 minutes of ...
... on Adams Ave. across the street. Roy for one was already in the 7th level of heaven. A Starbucks to Roy is like ice for a polar bear; contingent to his survival and enjoyment of any new region.
Our particular street was only two blocks away from the Kensington sign on a side street sporting two story Spanish styled homes, pristine horticulture, and spacious yards.
We arrived two hours early for our lodging. Perhaps this ...
... included bus, trolley & train. Walked along the port in search of a public restroom. Was stoked to find one as public restrooms are few & far between in America. Was surprised when I entered & found that the cubicles had no doors......what the hell, took me back to kindergarten days. Picked the far toilet & put my handbag down to show it was occupied. Random! Then we visited the USS Midway CV-41 which is a US ...
... The public beach was just as beautiful, encased by the rocky cliffs and caves.
That night I had signed up to go to a welcome to the area event. I had to use slightly more makeup then usual to hide my sunburnt nose. I guess since people were there to meet people it made is really easy to find someone to talk to. Insanely easy, I'd merely turn around and another person was waiting to introduce themselves. By the end of the night 4 guys had asked for my ...