Admiral at La Mirage
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... with the logistics. We had a 6:30am wake up, which, consequently, also included a 6:30am dance party. They're getting good at coordinating those wake-up dance parties. We had to be out of host by 7:30, but we didn't have to eat breakfast so most people were pretty pokey this morning. We cleaned up, thanked our wildly generous host for allowing us to stay there, took one last preride selfie and then hit the road. We rode in chunky groups down the street to Denny's for breakfast. ...
... s of retired navy personnel who voluntarily run the museum. Each and everyone of them are so enthusiastic and are more than happy to relive there personnel experience on board. We could easily have stayed on board all day and it is well worth taking the time to visit. 4 hours later we reluctantly leave, we could have stayed all day, but we have already paid for our trolley tour tickets so we leave about 2.00. We walk to Seaport Village and go to ...
... if its cloudy or bright.
We long for the distant horizon. Charts recalibrated. Lock compass bearing. Navigation systems, up and running. All systems go. Laundry check. Medical check. Dog food check. Fuel check. We steady our resolve to complete the journey. Return from the Exodus.
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... great feel and full of interesting old Mexican shops, museums, graveyards... Oh and some great bars, restaurants and tequilarias to boot!!! Discovered some useful insights on this famous Mexican tipple - the word tequila translates in Spanish to 'I don't remember doing that!' and our new best friend Miguel, bartender at the Fiesta del Ray, taught me a neat wee drinking chant - 'one tequila, two tequila, three tequila, ...