Britt Scripps Inn
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... just as the boat had to turn back to shore. I didn't get any great shots and the whales stayed quite far away from the boat but it was still amazing to see them. The local tram and bus services take you to the nearby beaches: Ocean, Mission and Pacific with La Jolla being a little bit further out, but all still accessible for $7 day ticket. On Saturday I was joined by my friend Katie from England. ...
The aircraft carrier is 305 m long, 79 m wide, and has 18 decks. It has a weight of 69 mega tons and a capacity of 12.9 million liters fuel.
The crew consisted of roughly 4,500 people, often upto 5,000 with 225 cooks and 200 pilots. 10 tons of food were consumed daily.
The USS Midway had 40 skippers with its 47 active years.
... individual lots, making over $2m profit, part of which they used to build the Hotel del Coronado. It was built in 1888 and finished in only 11 months. The next trolley stop was Balboa Park which is an amazing 1200 acre park in the centre of San Diego. It has 15 or 16 museums and beautiful gardens and public areas. We then drove into an area of ...
... home! Most the crew is young and wanting to give their best shot. Many of the older crew are married with several children back home. The crew member can be gone for 7 months of the 12 and longer. They have made a career at sea and will retire like that. The young ones though are the vulnerable ones. They may end up in a department as the rooky to find the others are lifers and not going to give them a break. Sometimes these rookies out shine the old timers ...
... or marching in a gay pride parade, let alone get married to another man. To do so would embrace a homosexuality I was not ready for. For the most part, I enjoyed life. I have always been spontaneous, a bit off- beat, idealistic, committed and a "live for the moment" type person. I feared that embracing my sexuality meant abandoning all of those characteristics I loved. I had friends from all walks of life; I hardly wanted to confine or rather define myself by ...