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- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
- Refrigerator in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
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... cheap that I couldn't resist!
There wasn't actually that much in the way of food, mainly clothes and home wear, so we just got the necessities to keep us going.
The next day we headed for Trestles, a famous surf sport that Dan wanted to check out, which was just south of San Clemente. The beach was pretty nice and there was a bit of surf but nothing big. We sat there and watched the surfers for about an hour and I was trying to watch ...
... that afternoon that I had no appetite for dinner. Drinking alcohol without eating dinner is not a good idea and the next morning I felt pretty hung-over. Luckily, Jenny had the whole set up for inserting an IV. She hooked me up to a bag of fluids and gave me some Zofran (nausea medication) and by the afternoon I was feeling decent. Brock wasn’t feeling too hot either, so we rested the rest of the day and then left the next day for our return ...
... day and she is on fire! Sally is in the water then Sheph and Lakey are up next, so I head down to the competitors area, see if I can catch up with Tyler, or even Paige if she is hanging around. One thing I have to say about surfing ... it's easy for the young fans to get to meet their idols.. and Tyler is at he fence signing autographs... she actually recognized me, just as she is heading back in, and waves and says "hang on, I will be right ...
... rgb(17, 17, 17); font-family: arial, sans-serif; line-height: 17.920000076293945px;">#41 Leather Travel Journal - Gift: I'm not sure how much this one cost, but this exact design isn't necessary. I definitely encourage you to bring an actual journal to log so of the better times in. This will become your favorite thing about the trip in years to come (the memories that stick around and then get passed down to your kids when they do it).
... surfboards in the water and pulling someone out of the rip currents... it's like watching a Bay watcher movie in real life