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... for Jody. To us, it's Orlando food, so kind of a taste of home cooking.
Tomorrow is Sunday, and the plan is to sleep late in the morning. Probably do some laundry and visit Old Town San Diego in the afternoon. We decided to hold off seeing the San Diego Zoo until Monday to avoid the weekend crowds. We'll see how that works out.
235.4 miles today
12,960.4 miles total
11.033 gallons today
313.769 gallons total
... on the traffic... I will have to try and post it. We stopped in Vince's hidden photo opportunity to get a great photo of the San Diego skyline. Today was known as June Gloom, he explains because the ocean current is cold and the sun is warm, it creates a marine layer that means it's overcast in the morning and clears throughout the day, and that's exactly what happened. After this photo opportunity we visited Hotel Del Coronado. This is America's oldest wooden building. ...
... cheap. You basically have to buy an Oyster Card to ride around San Diego... oh, I like this city already! That evening, the hostel was putting on a free dinner, Spaghetti Bolognese, for everyone, so of course I went down to check it out... I was never going to pass on a free Spag Bol! It was also a good opportunity for me to meet some of the other people staying at the hostel seeing as I was on my larry... I ended up eating with two ...
A bit of a quieter day today; as I said, yesterday we saw a lot so we allowed ourselves to take it easy. The Go Car took us past the USS Midway Museum and told us a few facts about it which was really interesting, so we decided to go there and have a look today. The museum opened at 10:00 am so we slept in and eventually moseyed on down, about a 10-15 minute walk from the hotel. The USS Midway is a huge aircraft carrier ship - and I mean h u g e; - 1,001 ft ...
... the notorious Las Vegas was not far from San Diego and my 29th nameday approached. Although Valentine's Day would be spent primarily on a coach, my birthday weekend promised sun, sea and margaritas in San Diego, before a night of gambling in the adult playground of Las Vegas the following day. I had celebrated two birthdays in Australia and one in Berlin and now I was surrounded by Palm trees and blue skies. Suffice to say I quickly got over my despair, for the sunny town of San Diego beckoned.