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- Free parking
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... direction you are looking. The second is La Jolla Cove. Above the shore is a lovely park named after the Scripps family (as are many, many places in this area). Large rolling waves crest close to the rocky shore. There are a few small sandy areas that attract beachgoers, a flat rock that is home to some large seabirds, and a sheltered cove that is home to a colony of sea lions. We hear that the locals would like to have the sea lions moved away from the area due to the ...
... There were lots of games set up on the Lido deck around the pool that the crew had put together for the passengers, like bean bag, knock the cans over, making towel animals, and even a rope toss where you had to get it through the life rings and if you did you were able to push one of the jr. officers in the pool. If you won at your game you got Holland American dollars that were counted at the end of the two hours, the top five amounts won a prize.
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... captainīs quarters and ready rooms According to us the most interesting parts of the ship were flight deck and lower decks where all the marines used to live, which is how it got its name "City at Sea". Besides rooms for highest-ranking officers and dormitories for regular marines there were chapel, kitchen, dining hall, barber shop, laundry and ironing room etc. We also attended a guided tour around the captainīs bridge (around 20 minutes).
In total we spent maybe ...
First day, in one of my favourite cities in the world :) and we have 3 of them! One thing you must do when in San Diego is go to the zoo!!!! Has to be the best zoo in the world.... at least I think so. After having a little bit of a sleep in, Jim and I meet downstairs and grab a coffee.
It's pretty easy to get to the zoo, and I know my way around this city pretty well.... still I make Jim drive! Haha!!!! Just kidding ... ...
... TX accept you replace the oil rigs with dust devils. The one cool scenery I had was when I hit the sand dunes about 100 miles from SD on either side of me were 50 foot plus high sand dunes - I felt as if I was riding through the Sahara! Not sure but I think it was the Anza-Borrego desert. The cross winds were pretty fierce as well and a couple of times I had to fight to keep my lane. Reminded me of riding across South Dakota in route to Sturgis. I didn't ...