Wyndham Harbour Lights
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... have docents on the ship that share their stories with you about their time on the USS Midway. On the flight deck there is also a number of planes and helicopters.
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Ultimately, I was drawn to his extreme honesty and high integrity; he sharpened my curiosity, cooled my temper and dared me to meet the challenge. He being a macho Greek and me being a typical outspoken American, we clash in all respects, from politics to everyday life, but amazingly we continue to find our way, having transitioned from onboard to off. My American passport ...
... some of the original Old Town buildings house shops, mini museums and a market selling more local crafts (pottery, rugs, clothing and jewelry). At this point it was stinking hot again so we hopped on the Old Town Trolley Bus that does a two hour loop of San Diego. The loop took us through the San Diego Harbour and downtown areas before crossing the Coronado Bridge to Coronado Island. I expected to see more of a Spanish influence in the building ...
... El Centro was a bit larger then I thought but definitely not a large metropolis. The city had the typical chain fast-food and commercial stores but not much urban appeal aesthetically. The downtown area could hardly pass for a "downtown" except for the "city hall" sign- most the development was car-related development along a couple of the major roadways. On the outskirts of town I noticed various houses selling produce such as fruits and vegetables which made for a ...
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