BEST WESTERN PLUS San Diego/Miramar Hotel
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... his mandolin into, as well as a tuner and lead. Ric gave us a bunch of free stickers and stubby holders, and even a tshirt each!
After chatting a while longer, his wife, Monica, offered us a lift down to a pub around the corner, where Ric had told us that there was a ukelele jam session that night.
So we said bye to Ric and jumped in her van, and said bye to her when she dropped us off at the Offshore Tavern.
We grabbed a beer and got a seat on the patio. We had ...
... made it into the pool at 6pm this evening, it was a bit cold to be honest but Owen had fun! Had a little walk around and already prefer San Diego to LA, seems so peaceful and relaxed. Off to San Diego Zoo tomorrow which I'm really looking forward to, Chris asked Owen what he's hoping to see... "A pet rabbit".. I think he may come away disappointed!! Off to sleep now even though it's only 9pm... Exhausted is an understatement... Night all ...
... 8217;s where we spent the day of the 23rd. The Museum of Art is not large but has a good collection of European Masters, a small exhibit of post impressionists, and an interesting display a Asian Art. It turns out that the gallery’s most important portrait is being questioned for its authenticity. Regardless it is very striking, smallish head and shoulders portrait of an Italian minor noble of some kind. A little ways apart from the main set of museums is ...
... is the number two team in the world, the USA is number 16 so it was never going to be a fantastic match but the Eagles had a good first half and kept the Wallabies honest.
For most of the history of the US, Chicago was America's second city and it is, in many ways, the essential American city. Built at the crossroads of the Midwest, it was the hub that enabled much of America's economic wealth to emerge. By 1870, the US was already the ...
... the worst hotel I have ever stayed at. It was right next to a very loud street where the trucks never stopped running all night. We barely fit on the twin size bed. There was no bathroom and the carpets were badly stained.
We woke up early in the morning and I went to get Claire some flowers, coffee and a card for her 39th birthday. I met Claire a week before she turned 36, so it is crazy to think she was 35 then and ...