Hampton Inn San Diego/Del Mar
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
- Free parking
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Today we had plans to have lunch with a friend in Laguna Beach and then return to Hermosa Beach until Sunday and then drive down to San Diego. On the way to Laguna, we started talking and decided that we didn't want to drive back north to Hermosa today and then back south to San Diego on Sunday. Traffic was a consideration. Sooo we cancelled our …
... Hostel' (Hotel Miasta Grzechu) i od razu zabraliśmy się za gotowanie, pranie i ogólne relaksowanie się pijąc piwo. Zjedliśmy bardzo dobry obiadek (spaghettti), wykąpaliśmy się, wypilśmy jeszcze po jednym piwku i byliśmy gotowi aby ruszyć na miasto.
Vegas jest niesamowtym miejscem, zupełnie innym niż wszytskie te, które widzieliśmy do tej pory. Wielka mieszanka ...
... hands with everyone else as they showed up and were ready. We got in a circle, arms around each other. Sam yelled, counting to three and then we all yelled BIKE & BUILD. And then we darted into the ocean, everyone hopping and falling and leaning and dunking. That's when the hugs and tears started. Hugging and crying everywhere. The sense of joy and pride and love and accomplishment was just, it was too much to process. Everything was overwhelming. We got in a group and then ...
... Cory explained, are the hardest to clean because the walruses scar the plexiglass with their tusks and then algae grow in the scratches. "And here's another clue for you all, the walrus was Paul, Fixing a hole in the ocean, looking through a glass onion." See what you learn when you know people. Now, can someone explain the Beatle lyrics?
Back to Sadie protecting the X before it got hot. She ...
... is the big brother to my favourite sailing ship in Australia, The James Craig. I've attached some pictures to help tell the story. Even Rachelle liked looking around it, as the history exhibits onboard were so interesting. It used to be called the Euterpe and spent many years of its early life transporting early Immigrants from England to New Zealand which made it all the more worth visiting in my eyes.
Still on the subject of ships we also boarded the HMS Surprise ...