Hercor Hotel - Urban Boutique
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We got a taxi to the airport for our 50 minute flight to San Diego.
Our hotel was cute - much nicer than we normally stay at, but it only opened a few days before so we got it really cheap. We walked to the Gaslamp Quarter. We had drinks and dinner at Dick's Last Resort, where the wait staff are supposed to insult you and embarrass you …
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 ...
A nice fine day and not as hot as Monday. 3 good games 1 kiwi team, 1 Canadian and 1 team from Canberra. We have had a good draw this festival and played most countries once. Hard games and apparently we were hammered in each game but it didn't feel like it, nor did it matter. We had a big of a scare in the first game with one of our virgins (first timer) broken but it turned out to be a strained ...
... for the first time. They are beautiful and white all over. There is an enormous Walrus. Rich sees a Polar bear but he's hiding when Emma visits him.
We take Dylan to Sesame Street Bay of Play where he loves a huge bouncy thing, just like a bouncy castle bottom built into the floor. He leaps around crashing and rolling and killing himself laughing. We marvel at how much he's grown since we've been away and how much older he seems. When his turn is up he asks of he can join ...
... 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 ...