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... for several blocks. They were selling fruits, vegetables, and ready-made food. There really wasn’t anything in the way of Italian food and we didn’t hear any Italian being spoken so that was a bit of a surprise. We bought some vegetables and then some samosas for lunch.
We went down to the waterfront tourist center to get some information about San Diego. A Holland America cruise ship was in port and the area was very busy. We did see a few tall ships: Star of ...
... Island Club, except much bigger and sits facing the Pacific Ocean. The Navy still owns most of Coronado Island. We all bought souvenerirs of the famous old hotel.
After a bar-b-que lunch we headed over to Balboa Park It's 1200 acres set aside for recreation and cultural activities with beautiful gardens, and building built for the Panama-California Exposition and the California Pacific International Exposition. It's ...
... slonce i woda mocno wplywa na psychike czlowieka;)
To miejsce, do ktorego na bank chcialabym powrocic!!! Jednak mozna sie zakochac w 3 dni- przynajmniej w tym miejscu:) !
Z ciekawostek: lotnisko jest prawie w centrum miasta, takze ciagle (co kilka minut) i wszedzie slyszysz ladujace i wylatujace samoloty. Masz wrazenie ,ze ciagle sa "nad glowa"
Czas na Boston!
... face, so we reluctantly said good night and I slept like a baby in her guest bedroom with Harriet as my guard dog.
Once again, I had a 6:00 wake up call and was out the door saying good-bye to Judy and her pets by 6:20, in search of a giant cup of wake up tea. By 9:30 I made it home to JB's, having only hit one traffic snarl. Curt was skyping when I slinked into the house and crawled back into bed for another hour.
When I got up, there was much to do. It was Friday, the ...
... away and motor-sailed against the current to get out under the bridge into the open ocean. Not surprisingly, we were the only boat on the bay. The further we got from the dock the more the mist became rain, and we were in our foul weather gear within the first hour of being at sea. As if ****** weather wasn't enough, we soon heard the Coast Guard over the VHF announcing that someone had jumped off the Golden Gate Bridge just moments before we passed beneath it, and ...