Days Inn Mission Valley
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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... ft wide - 18 decks - equivalent of a 20 story building - 156 pound weight of each anchors chain link - 4.02 acre flight deck It was built during WWII, surprisingly taking only 17 months to build, but wasn't commissioned until 1 week post-WWII ending. It was used in the Cold War, Vietnam War (was pivotal in rescuing 3,000 refugees in the fall of Saigon), Operation Desert Storm (warfare response to the Iraqi seizure of Kuwait), and was lastly involved in ...
... reserve the right to speak to less intelligent folk (which is everyone) like dogs. I sat back and relaxed, knowing that our fate was in capable hands. We returned to LA and found a replacement window and after another hour and a half of waiting at the station we once again set out for Santa Barbara.
The unfortunate setback meant that we didn't arrive into Santa Barbara until the turning of darkness. All public buses had ceased running and therefore we had no choice ...
... shock than expected, very few foreigners and a lot of people looking at us funny blond people. Cheap clothes and great food. Got used to the environment and settled in. Really good day. When back just slobber on sofas until bed - Friday travel to Santa Barbara on the Pacific Surfliner which runs right along the coastline of the west coast (very pretty). Staying with Fabian from San Fran ...
... of how all the crew work so hard all day and then go below deck to enjoy their friendships and off time like they do. They say if you are at sea for more than two years you become a sailor and most likely will be at sea for most the rest of your life.
Since we were in a passenger cabin, although crew status, we could be in all the lounges (which are forbidden to crew). We hosted a dinner table on the formal night to meet both British and ...
... that resurfaced the memories of childhood that I so cherished. Insert "slappy" here to Jamie for driving me to the cabin and laying under the stars with me, Tay, and Carlee so that I really had time to capture the moment. The ride out of Julian was also an unforgettable one- I volunteered to be sweep for the day alongside Carlee so we got to spend the day going reaaaaal slow, starting out with an almost 2-hour breakfast feast on Main Street in Julian. I had cinnamon roll French ...