BEST WESTERN Mission Bay
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Old Town San Diego State Historic Park is a state protected historical park that commemorates the early days of the town of San Diego and includes many historic buildings from the period 1820 to 1870. Besides that, it is very touristic and consume oriented. The only nice thing was that staff in stores and restaurants wore traditional clothes of the late 19th century. After an hour I left the place and headed for Coronado.
We drove into San Diego, arriving about 11. We had decided to take the city tour on a hop on-hop off trolley so first we went to Wendy's to use their wifi to figure out where we could catch it. The closest stop was the Coronado ferry terminal and we found a spot to park where they charged $10 for four hours. There was an attendant on site and we ...
... to experience this. My vision is that it would happen at night (like a movie!) with little lighting and how would you get to that point quickly, safely and ready. Would they really call roll or whoever is there is who goes? What about those crew who are delivering children to their parents at their lifeboats? Would we have to wait for them? Children have to wear a wristband on board with cabin number and lifeboat number. What will they think of next, ...
... late night flight to Fiji and wave goodbye to America after an awesome two months!
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- Josh beating Abbie in a marathon ping pong match.
- Meeting some incredible people in San Diego.
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... between the window and the wall. It was perfect. If our passing of Starbucks represented the 7th level of heaven, the accommodations of this room were like meeting God himself.
My musings of San Diego will include the novel and anomalous experiences, as I would never want to bore you with the standard and predictable.
At 23 years of age, when I was just coming out, I could hardly imagine myself finding ...