Extended Stay America - San Diego - Sorrento Mesa
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Today we experienced San Diego Zoo. We had another early start which threw me, my body is still fighting the jet lag I think. We got picked up from outside our hotel and headed to the Starline Tours office. There we had to stand in line and wait to have our tickets issued, another drawn out process. Once our tickets had been issued we waited to be informed on which bus we should take. We were on Bus #69. This bus then took us as well as other guests travelling to San Diego Zoo as ...
... newbie” out of the loop of possibly learning something important. This can hold them back from advancement and sometimes intentionally. It’s a tough world out there and they either sink or swim. There is a lot of pressure to succeed but a lot of disappointment when your supervisors and superiors aren’t going to help you become the best you can.
I remember back in the days when I first started on the QE2; early 1980’s. I ...
... my disappointed family that something just “came up.” Instead, I decided to watch the rest of the show. While the next pop performance by newly vitalized teenage girls was definitely not as fun to look at, it was entertaining nonetheless.
We left the Del Mar Fairgrounds feeling pretty good about our evening. We patronized student work/ live music and were rewarded with a strip show free of charge. J
... before going for a walk along the beach. Later that day, Mark and Cathy took us to see Last Vegas at the most luxurious cinema ever...it had reclining leather armchairs and waiters coming round to take your order - heaven! Oh and the film was good too! The next morning, Cathy took us to La Jolla, just down the coast from Del Mar, where we had "coast toast" - a delicious of version of French toast - whilst overlooking the ocean and the sea lions. Later ...
... I think the weirdest thing was seeing polar bears sitting outside in 85 degree heat eating carrots. Not sure in the weather or seeing them eating carrots was the strangest bit. Surely they should be in an indoor enclosure with the air condition turned up to full.
After the zoo we went to Sunset Cliffs as the owner of the motel had recommended it as a good place to watch the sun go down and the surfers riding the big waves. There were plenty of surfers ...