Courtyard by Marriott San Diego Airport/Liberty Station
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... an hour early, yet our connecting train was an hour late in departing!! We heard a rumor, something about an unfortunate accident on the way to LA.
Upon our arrival, I gave Barbara out claim tickets for our checked bags while I went off to register at our hotel, a block away. However and here is the funny part, I headed off in the wrong direction!! Dead tired as I was I trudged on and finally found the hotel. When ...
... you closed your eyes, you would have thought you were in a tropical jungle with all the chirping going on. This morning was much of the same, lots of birds yakking at each other. We made coffee and headed for Desert Pete. This is the general public section of the springs. There are two large pools and 4 tubs to soak in the warm spring water. Next to them are two cold water tubs for those brave enough to take the plunge. We finished our coffee and ...
... 4bath home on a hillside just east of the airport (known as Midtown if you google it). I share the house with four other roommates. I would describe the situation as life on MTV's the Real World...minus all the drama! For those of you who've never seen the Real World, I basically live in a household of people from all different walks of life, living together under the same roof and just pray that we all get along. Fortunately for me, all ...
... weather by parking up their RVs. The sea was covered with surfers, and the beachfront by runners and dog walkers. We spent most the day there, and we able to just easily wander back to our camper van to start preparing our dinner, after which we went to go see the beautiful sunset on the beach. However the next day was going to be a lot busier with a visit to Balboa Park, a walk around down town San Diego, and then the port. After a local tradition of ...
... ran for the cooler indoors, with more action than we had seen in a while. Next came out the young male gorilla of the family, who began strutting around the enclosure to claim his dominance, and posing for the crowds in the process. In the evening, we took part in a 'Booze, Bites and Brothels' walking tour, which took us around gas lamp quarter- the old red light district of the city. San Diego was a large port town, and with that came sailors. With sailors, come ...