Wyndham Harbour Lights
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... and Laguna Beach as the Pacific Coast Highway came to an end and we merged onto I-5 for the last 60 miles. The expectation was that the traffic of the PCH would be over, and we could cruise the rest of the way on I-5. Not true! It turned out the traffic on I-5 was even worse than the traffic on the PCH. It felt like a bad commute on I-4 back in Florida. Since we were only doing a couple of hundred miles today, and we weren't ...
I haven't really slept... Liam crashed as soon as his head hit the pillow and he has had 7 hours sleep so far... I was wide awake after 3!!! So what does one do? Reorganise cabin luggage so that I can use our backpacks for sightseeing today, turned on the TV, and watched a reality TV show. Worked out how to use the pod coffee machine, but was disappointed with the taste, wish I had brought some coffee sachets. Not long it was time to shower, and get ready for the day's adventure. ...
... downtown San Fran (my hostel was in the central Gaslamp Quarter) to the Old Town of San Diego. The Old Town is actually officially a State Historic Park, the oldest neighbourhood in San Diego and the site of the first European settlement in the current state of California. So back then, this area was know as the Spanish 'Alta California' and remained the heart of San Diego until the 1860s, when the centre was moved to where it is located today. ...
... transport to places of interest proved difficult and tiresome. Over three hours were spent in a nearby Starbucks at Nob Hill searching for somewhere to go. Ideally we wanted to make for Yosemite National Park, a land of mystical lakes and giant trees but it was almost impossible via public transport. The hours of aimless searching became depressing and began to weigh heavy on our soul. At one point we even considered paying over $300 on a direct flight to Las Vegas and were ...
... to be pilot or gunner during the 3-minute pulse-pounding aerial combat experience). It was also possible to take a photo sitting in different aircrafts or with dummies representing people who usually work on this type of ships. The aircraft carrier turned out to have several different levels:
- City at Sea: 2nd, 3rd and 4th decks
- Man and Machine: hangar deck, forecastle and air wing
- On the Roof: flight deck, ...