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... Go Car tour in San Francisco the day before, we decided to do the same in San Diego (the only 2 cities in the U.S. that have them). We were only booked into San Diego for 2 nights, and it's a very spread out city with lots of different areas to see. We wanted to see as much as possible, and now that we've discovered Go Cars it was the perfect solution. We hired the 2 of them for $230 each. Yes, we could have saved a lot of money by hiring a car ...
Day 9. This morning I woke in sunny downtown San Diego and walked to a quaint little coffee shop with Laura for breakfast before she went off to class for a few hours. You know how those law students have to be studious and get their study on ;). I spent some time people watching and talking to the locals after Laura left for class. I’ve found this is the best way to immerse myself into the unique culture of each place I visit. A guy walked by who had a ...
... Louisiana? Because that's what the air feels like. Thanks to our kids, we skip the giant security line and go through TSA pre-check, much quicker and easier. We don't even have to take off our shoes. Both Chris and Elizabeth are relieved as they worried about the long security line that wove through the terminal like a snake.
We grab a quick bite to eat and a Stone IPA. Oh how we have missed the amazing taste of San Diego beers! Our commuter plane ...
... modern look with a Hollywood style, creating the perfect theme for a movie making theme park. The ride itself was quite entertaining and provided a fun experience that school kids would love, taking them on a journey through the world as a minion showed in the movie.
I then proceeded towards Hollywood Grill to order our lunch. I ordered some pizza and fries for a ...
After two days on board the ship, we
met some of the familiar faces from the staff and crew. Some of the
crew we knew were transferred, a few were promoted, but the veteran
crew, the team we call it, are still around. We feel more
comfortable knowing that a few people we know are still on board.
The passengers on the other hand are a
different bunch. There were a few kids and teenagers, making the
ship a livelier environ ...