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Travel Blogs from San Diego
... cheese, lettuce, tomato, grilled onions, black beans, roasted corn and BBQ sauce. I also ordered fries with bacon ketchup. To quench my thirst I had a "Matt's Burnt" which was a Burnt Saison, if you've ever had laphroaig whiskey it's a beer that tastes very similar but is even more smokey flavored. In the end it was all very delicious. And now I'm off to Flagstaff to see the Grand Canyon for the first time. Spent in San Diego: $100 Total Spent On Trip: ...
San Diego – Hawaii – San Diego: 9294 km at sea
Thermal – Yuma: 121 km
Driven to date: 6292 km
We left the ship this morning in San Diego. Twenty-four days cruising was a great experience. We were rather sad when we said goodbye to new friends and to the crew members.
We drove from San Diego to John's and Bertha's in Thermal, picked up StarTwo and then drove to Yuma. We are staying in the same RV resort ...
... Of course, our shopping trips had to fuelled first. We went to this wonderful local Mexican resto and indulge into Coctel (I had shrimp and octopus, she had shrimp only). It was phenomenal.
The night flies by as we prepare for tomorrow's big shindig. After an early morning, a somewhat short flight, an evening of grocery store wandering, and party prepping, my head finally hits the pillow at 3am local time.
... the midway, just about all that one sees are fried food booths.
We got a wheelchair for Eleanor, but I am not sure who needed it more - her or Jo.
We did share everything, because nobody in their right mind could consume whole portions of any item. The new item for the year was a sloppy Joe on a ...
... being spoilt at Disneyland. Maybe we shouldn't have come!
It was packed! Barely able to move in some areas.
The main reason for coming was they advertised on their website all the rides that were available for smaller children - all of which Lucas was tall enough. However, after paying our entry fee (almost as much as Disneyland) we found queues with a 90 minute waiting time. Then, many of the rides Lucas was tall enough for had an age restriction ...