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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... of being months away from home at sea -- people naturally seek out companionship as they miss family and friends.
Once you've become, er, fond of someone, gaining their attention is easy since most work regular shifts, eat together in the crew mess, celebrate together at parties and enjoy the gossip. Each ship literally is an island (and like island living, privacy is nearly impossible to achieve). It isn't like you can meet up with a new crush ...
... round. The tour is absolutely fascinating and until you are on board you have absolutely no idea of the actual scale and size. The Midway is now a museum, but when it was in service there were approximately 4,500 people on board at any one time. It was like a small village, with cookery staff, domestic staff, doctors, surgeons, dentists etc., etc. The museum has been done so well, with robots and automated personnel. The main attraction however, is ...
... I know I'll adjust, get used to this but right now my heart is still in Mexico and I'm still speaking Spanish to everybody in Escondido, CA, well everybody except the Starbucks employees because they're all total gringos. I did at least have a pretty cool ride, Highway 78, from Calexico to Escondido on a wickedly windy desert highway and then nice twisties through the ...
... food. Had the pulled pork sandwich with hickory smoked sauce. O. M. G. it was beautiful. Few drinks and shots later - we are all in bed before midnight. But we can be forgiven. Some of is haven't slept since 6:30 15/10/13 aus time. As I write, Aaron is asleep in his queen bed- I am watching tv in mine. I will go to bed soon. Big day tomorrow. San Diego Zoo. There is 1 thing I have been surprised about- the amount of water in the toilet as a norm- photo attached so you can see. ...
... br> The next day I drove to Pasadena to visit with my very oldest friend, Marty Mayer, and his wife Cyndy. And while there I got to meet his first grandchild, Trenton.
Returning to San Diego on Friday, I noticed Jo had gotten a shepherd's hook from Home Depot to hang the balloon we got for Eleanor's patio while ...