Holiday Inn Express San Diego South - Chula Vista
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... the night we found out where they were from.....EL CENTRO!!! No way!! Yes, they were from the random place where we ate at the middle of nowhere restaurant just a few days ago. They said that everyone from there knows about Camacho's and the trials and tribulations it has gone through over the years (most recently they had been forced by the city to install a ...
... airport in Maui. I had called Shane to find out where to meet him. We were at different spots at the airport, but, while talking, he had walked to where I was standing and told me turn around and look left . . . and . . . there he was.
I have found out that Hawaii, the 50th U.S. state, is the only U.S. state made up entirely of islands. It is the land of warm beaches, diverse natural beauty, active volcanoes and loads of skateboards, ...
... dress codes only’, looking at one another we shook our heads and thought ‘dam’. Paul asked if we could still go in and the doorman replied, yes, but no NBA vests, so I had to change into another top, luckily I packed one!!! The restaurant was very high class, tall walls and interesting art work going on, however, they did serve up some strong and very fancy cocktails. After knocking a few back we ...
... and February is the best time to see the whales but unfortunately for us not today :( But we did see two peregrine falcons circling around over the cliffs. The old Point Loma lighthouse and the assistant keeper's quarters have been changed into a museum describing the life of a lighthouse keeper in the 1850's. There is also a small military museum which is quite interesting. There is a movie showing how to fire a 16 inch gun, and some history about how ...
... the world, the first ship that was too large for the Panama Canal. It had a crew of 4500 men and its fuel economy was 20 feet/gallon. Now it sits at the dock and is manned by volunteers (some of whom actually served on the ship) who explain about the processes on board. It was a very interesting outing even though much of the flight deck was taken up by a temporary basketball court and spectator seating.
We spent Tuesday at the San Diego Zoo, home to over 4,000 animals, and ...
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