Hilton San Diego Bayfront
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Awesome location and facility.
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... a few years in Alaska thur the winters you're called a Sourdough! I thought that was funny! Arrived back into SD around 6 pm, unpacked and went to eat dinner. And so another vacation ends and routine life takes over... until next time!! :))) Things to know: book own excursions, get a balcony, understand food is okay... not great, go to Palo at least once Jo ...
... stunning the new World Trade Center touches the skyline. It wasn't hard to kill those 5 hours in between flights. I find wandering through the cosmetics area of duty free and sampling everything is a nice way to refresh your make up and of course purchase. Believe it or not, you do save at least 10% on items you would purchase in department stores. They are also a bit cheaper than the stores.
Lets get going! Right at sunset, taking off ...
Spent the day at the beach and went for first swim in the Pacific. Fog finally lifted at around 3 pm. Seems that fog is a problem throughout California. In LA for the whole week Malibu remained in the fog all day. But if you went inland a few hundred metres there was ...
... we encountered our first red flag, the request for our passports.
Why did we need them when we were not leaving the country, we inquired but received no response and were sent on. In this area we discovered long lines of the regular passengers but did not worry because we were going to the very short assisted line. When we were asked again for our passports and said we had ID but not them, we were told that we had to have them as we were docking in Mexico and would ...
... each of the navy ships coming in and he knew exactly what ship we were looking at, what kind of ship, where they had been or where they were going. We strolled along the waterfront for a while then headed back to Todd's place. We played a board game before packing up to bring Tannis back home. Home in California - it feels odd to say that. Along the way we stopped at a grocery store and picked her up a ...