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... lunch we walked through the Gaslamp Quarter with its many restaurants and bars. The area has funky, unique, kitschy, and upscale establishments and seems to draw big clientele any day of the week. We walked on to the edge of Little Italy looking for a Kosher Deli called NOSH. When we finally found it, it didn’t seem authentic at all so we took a pass and hopped on the Green Line Trolley back to Mission Bay.
February 25th. There are so many places to ...
... we could have wave heights of 5-6mts. and winds as high as 70-90kms.
November 27th, Thursday
Today is the start of two sea days as we head back to Mexico. Today is the American Thanksgiving so we will be eating turkey today. Tonight is another formal night.
I didn't feel anything bad motion of the ship during the night. The decks were open in the morning and we were able to do our walks. There were lots of green sea turtles floating by the ship as we ...
... a week after the end of WW II. Midway was the largest ship in the world until 1955, as well as the first U.S. warship too big to transit the Panama Canal. She served for 47 years. After having seen action in the Vietnam War and been the Persian Gulf flagship in 1991's Operation Desert Storm she was decommissioned in 1992.
In general we had a great time on board the ship. Gonzalo and Ricky even tried some funny attractions (e.g. Air Combat 360 for USD 8: a rider has ...
... the Seaport area down by the marina, which is basically to bottom of Gas lamp district. There a few restaurant to pick from but we settle on Busters boathouse ... and a spot on the patio for some grub. Fish and chips... can't go wrong with that and it turns out to be a good choice. Now... not as good as Cresent City, but it was good.. must be the fact that it taste better by the ocean?
All topped up on food, we head off ...
... into the water, and their inquisitive little faces as they stared at us from their deckchairs of sand.
That was pretty much it for today, apart from sushi for lunch in a cove on the beachfront, and seeing a bride and groom being photographed on the rocks. All I could think about was her dress getting ruined by the salt water!
Tomorrow morning we fly to Las Vegas!