Good Nite Inn San Diego South Bay
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Today was one where I really didn't feel like anything significant occurred. It was a normal day as planned and we did what was necessary to get the show on. I had two minor differences in today than any other normal day.
The first was that I was pulled aside for an interview with San Diego's NBC affiliate. I still have not seen the story, but hope to relatively soon.
The second was a nice gathering of warriors brought to the arena by ...
... years old, and when I started up the trail, I figured they'd be closer to 2 billion by the time I reached the top. But I kept a slow, steady pace and with the encouragement of the experts, I reached the top of the trail, gaining 5000 feet in elevation, just in time to enjoy a beautiful but cold snow fall. But this is what lounges are for and soon we were warm and cozy, discussing highlights of our trip.
Our flight to San Diego left Vegas at 1:40pm, time to finish packing then just enough time for some more swimming. We did not want another occurrence of what is now known as the SFD (San Francisco Debacle). With that in mind we purchased another suitcase from Macy's. Forget all the Vegas shows, I was enthralled for several minutes watching Kel discuss the fashion requirements of her new suitcase with the salesperson. Anyway, the ...
... love this Lucy she is doing a fantastic job)
We took a drive along the southern beach areas. Stopped a Manhatten Beach. Walked around for a couple of hours which was good after the long flight. What a quaint place. Gorgeous little beach houses with lots of colour and character. A few on the beach mostly walking dogs or playing volleyball. Went to the pier. There were a few surfers in but the swell was not much.
We then drove down to Rodondo Beach ...
... tour lead by Bert, a volunteer who obviously loves leading tours. He entertained us for more than an hour and a half with his humour and historical stories. Walking around in the heat made us thirsty so Greg and I bought root beer floats, the first ice cream float I’ve had in a long time and it was delicious.
On Sunday we decided to stay away from downtown so we went to a huge flea market in our area located in an old drive-in movie lot. We saw the usual: lots ...