Courtyard by Marriott San Diego Airport/Liberty Station
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... swarm like ants at a picnic the crowds are small. A salty breeze blows up from the harbor as we walk, but the weather is warm.
The two story restaurant is crowded, and as we don't have a reservation the hostess, bless her heart does her best. None of us had the foresight to make a reservation in advance and by the time Elizabeth thought of it, last week, getting a reservation for 18 people proved an impossible task. Steamworks is decorated like ...
... time and quickly formed a circle for the perfect picture (as seen to the left) (I should have been in a sorority). We continued to walk around the beach and Jessie pointed out the part of the beach where hell week takes place and it seemed perfect timing that we were there the day after memorial day and we walked past a giant sandcastle remembering all those troops past, present, and future who risk their lives to protect our freedom. Later we would browse through Bull Shirt, ...
The maritime museum in San Diego is very different. It is a number of ships, with some displays in the ships itself rather then in a museum. There was an old soviet sub and a few wooden ships. I wandered around, seeing all that it had to offer. There were some good displays about the history of shipping in the area. After i finished here i walked along the water front past the uss midway, stopping to have ...
... to a lot of different parts of the USA, (each state is different, kind of like a different country almost). Its been a blast.
We decided with the last 4 days, we are going to book two days accomodation in San Diego by the beach, and just relax and do whatever we feel like, explore the city a bit.
... it is situated next to a tram station, so we rode into the central city.
Never before in my life have I craved gelato so much, and this was just after entering Chocolat, an Italian cafe in downtown San Diego. One thing I have noticed about American service, however, is that the people are very efficient but also quite relaxed and chatty, not the ideal personality for us New Zealanders!
While Pascale and Jason went ...