Cabrillo Inn & Suites Airport
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... then wanted the other to convert but nobody could, neither did, and they broke up. I remember an Orthodox Greek man who fell in love with an Irish Catholic girl. Again, they were beloved and supported by co-workers. But on shore, each yielded to their own upbringings. He married an Orthodox Greek woman; she was wed to an Irish Catholic man. They have, however, enjoyed a tryst each of the past 22 years. Neither was able to say goodbye to the other.
... with friends but that just went out the window. We did go downtown and just looked around, which was interesting as Jasmine had no idea what to expect and freaked out every time she saw a cosplayer. Also extremely lucked out and found parking down on Market and Kettner! Too bad this luck didnt continue on ...
... costly place to live. Great views back across to Sam Diego's CBD also. A huge military presence also. We then headed out of main town San Diego and across to the Ocean Beache which looks accross to Mission beach. All very nice with the white sand and blue water - I think we are a tad 'beachist' with the beaches we are accustomed to in Aus. All very nice though and the dog beach was a great sight! So were back on the freeways and ...
... we have gone to a supermarket and bought a lot of healthier items for us to eat and snack on over the next few weeks while we road trip it.
The weather here in California is nice and has not experienced the epic cold storms that have hit the other parts of the US. So far the average temperature has been 23 degrees. Our next stop is Palm Springs.
As Ron Burgandy says "You stay classy San Diego"
Joe and Mez Platt.
... fell out of his hand and onto the road. He immediately tried to scoop it back into the bag, but couldn't because the paper was so soggy so he started to scoop it up in his fingers to his mouth. After several attempts he had to give it up or get run over as the traffic lights had changed and traffic was now moving.
We had in the past chatted with some locals about this problem and we were told that many of these people came from the colder climate areas ...