Capri By The Sea By All Seasons Resort Lodging
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- Non-smoking hotel
- Microwave in room
- Swimming pool
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Non-smoking rooms
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... loneliness you feel knowing as you do that it won't last forever.
* Basket-case syndrome is expected initially, but that it does fade away.
Fighting it entails…(If you decide to take loneliness head on!)
* You make a resolution that it is not going to beat you.
* The main task here would be to: 'Move Beyond Yourself' - Transfer your focus from yourself to others.
<If you are a member of the LDS church: ...
... reminded me of Shrek. We got to the monkey enclosure and watched them roam and climb and swing and play - they are so very clever. We were down to about half an hour until pick up so the last 2 animals we wanted to see were the orangutangs and the gorillas. We managed to find the orangutangs fairly easily and watched one as he swung around and played while eating. The other grabbed his blanket and came right over near the glass and covered himself with the blanket and settled in for ...
... temporary or long-term, run rampant on cruise ships.
There will always be onboard affairs -- from the Captain's quarters on down -- deck by deck, department by department. The constant day-in and day-out life onboard is a veritable melting pot. Combine tight living quarters, long working days, and months of duty (often with few days off) that keep crew away from established friends and families -- and the pot bubbles and steams, stirring up ...
... trip took us through Balboa Park which is the largest urban park in the US, bigger even than Central Park in New York. In its grounds is the San Diego Zoo, gardens, museums and theatres and several grand buildings that were built as part of an exhibition held in San Diego in 1915. Rather than completing the loop we got off at the second last stop, Little Italy, as that is where our hotel is. No prizes for guessing what type of restaurant we dined in ...
... not only that we were able to do so but that my concerned husband completely agreed. I did not want to miss Joshua Tree and was pretty upset about it, but it turns out that it was a great decision to head towards the coast. We arrived in San Diego mid-afternoon and got the Scamp situated outside of our host Laura’s apartment complex. Husb carried up the essentials we would need and I took to the couch immediately, still in pain and hoping with all ...