BEST WESTERN Mission Bay
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... about their travels to Australia.
After a while we had convinced them to play, so they put their names on the list!
They moved across to our table and we watched the performances together, and had a few drinks and chatted a while.
They even invited us to their house for breakfast on the day we were leaving!!
After a while longer, they convinced me to put my name on the list too! (After googling some easy chords!)
When it was their turn, they got up and played ...
... in the San Diego is the USS Midway Museum. The Midway is a retired aircraft carrier built in 1942 and named for the Battle of Midway where the US Fleet sank four Japanese aircraft carriers and was the turning point of the war in the Pacific. A tour of the Midway includes many exhibits that take you from the engine room to the bridge with an audio tour that includes over sixty exhibits; many of which are the aircraft utilized in over forty years of service. The full tour ...
... living in the Ken and Carol Suite (sorry, insiders' joke). We were also busy with work on Elephant. Back home I wouldn't hesitate to launch into any repair task on this bike. But, even with the use of Bevan's well equipped workshop, this didn't seem sensible. We decided to entrust the work to a Phoenix business which specialises in BMW motorcycles and has an enviable reputation everywhere BMW riders congregate. MotoGhost is the go-to place for Beemers ...
... luxury and reminded me of those long ago days in Europe. My excitement of being in the US, and that feeling of being in a movie, was still strong. I found excitement even from small things such as getting onto a train and standing at the station listening to the familiar accents and words learnt from Hollywood tales. I actually felt upset that the journey to Santa Barbara was only two and a half hours and vowed to make the most of my first train journey by buying a beer. ...
... walked all the way down to Pacific Beach. The beaches here are amazing. I loved them and they also had character. There were one off shops all along the beach boardwalk. People were riding bikes, walking dogs, roller skating. It looked liked everyone enjoyed it. On one side of the boardwalk were nice hotels and homes and the other side was the beach. The water was warm and everything was great here. We walked up and down ...