Courtyard by Marriott San Diego Airport/Liberty Station
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... had managed to book a night at my mom’s timeshare right outside of SLC. A real bed…an actual king sized bed!!! YES! I slept great that night :):) Days 9, 10, 11 were spent lounging and visiting in Sun Valley, Idaho with my momma and her hubby, Mitch. Well, that was the condensed version, you wouldn’t have thought it tho :):) I seriously loved this trip so much. Everything I saw and experienced was for the first time! ...
... a last meal in America, then at 8am we wander down to the departure gate and board the plane for our flight home. Once on board we all tune into the in flight movies, I watch a short film called the Monuments Men, it's a good film and with a beer at the airport, gin in board and a small wine I am asleep for a few hours at least as soon as my movie finishes. Less luck for the others, Heather says she has slept not one wonk, Jess does ...
... the skyline touched by the sunset. I scored on three seats across, so took a sleep aid and off to sleep for 5 of the 8 hours. One movie and there I was in Zurich airport.
With work overseas, it a challenge with cell phone usage and the complications that can arise. I brought over a blackberry that would not take a sim card, so had to purchase another phone. It is, however, UNLOCKED and can be used worldwide. Paid $115.00 for it and it ...
... Towards L.A. First stop was to drop back our very loyal and faithful car rental. Then we have to get all this luggage onto a skhuttle bus and off to the "HairyPort" AKA the air port for our 6 hour wait for our flight to Sydney. We took turns in wandering around, I manage to get an extra bit of duty free shopping completely using up our last US dollars. Yes more hand luggage ...
... up on the flight deck.
Balboa Park didn't end up happening - we spent all of our time on the wharf, but there are no regrets. Quickly downed some lunch - the kids even asked for a salad - go figure! Next stop, the Major League Baseball.
What an experience! The San Diego Padres vs the Arizona Diamondbacks. Today's match was the last for the Padres at home for the season. They are the bottom of the ladder with barely a win all season. Guess what? They must have ...