Courtyard by Marriott Rancho Bernardo
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... the millennium that is just about here? Where are the men who hold on to Christ and see their own potential in the Father's eyes enough to be achieving it today? Where are the men who are the providers so that the women of today aren't alone in running the household affairs? Which men are truly committed and take on commitments, responsibilities, and callings with a passion to fulfill the Lord's will and work on the earth today?
... us 2 - 1 bedroom suites for the same price. We will be happy with the extra space. Stacey and Mathew headed to the pool. Justin and Owen played basketball. Tom and Irene met up with her cousin Lynn from San Diego and her friend Leo. Nice to see Lynn again. Irene will spend the day with her tomorrow.
We enjoyed beer, wine and some snacks at the Residence Inn "social". Then we had some great pizza from Pizza Bella and watched Big Brother and the ...
... of the inaugural Art Walk, an open air project displaying and selling the work of local artists in a multitude of media. Apart from the excellent art, we took in the atmosphere of the neighbouring district of Little Italy and the harbour-side walkway, watching as numerous aeroplanes flew low across the city to land at the very centrally located airport. And it was here at the airport that we found ourselves the following morning as ...
... rail rapid transit like Surrey is trying to make happen. It is fast, efficient and whisks you around the city in no time at all. Seaport Village is a waterfront area with shops restaurants, bars, maritime exhibits, waterfront walkways, civic art, entertainers, and the USS Midway aircraft carrier Museum. There are cool shaded areas with ponds, bridges among the shops to escape to if you want a quiet moment, and the walkway connects to the Embarcadero area, which continues along ...
... 11th. Remembrance Day
Another sea day on our way to Panama. Breakfast as usual, then to the showroom for the Remembrance Day ceremony. The place was packed. It was interesting to see so many different veterans from different countries being honored. This was one of the best non-military ceremonies I have ever attended. The captain, minister, and priest said a few words then they had a slide show of old photos as the pianist played Danny Boy. Our cruise director read ...