Holiday Inn Express San Diego-Sorrento Valley
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... kept pointing out a building with a segmented dome on it, remarking about how interesting a building it was. I told her it was probably some office building. It turns out, it was the LIBRARY. We wanna check this building out!
The library was such an amazing building. I've built buildings all my life.....and the only one that I found truly impressive was the Scottish Parliament in Edinburgh. After visiting the library, now ...
... some beautiful residential neighborhoods to get there, and found we had to drive through a military base to get to the point. There is an enormous military cemetery that lines both sides of the road. We were not expecting to come up on that and it was quite sobering. We didn't end up staying too long as we were all hungry and headed a little further north on the coast to Ocean Beach to find dinner.
Ocean Beach is a little more younger and ...
... to a lot of different parts of the USA, (each state is different, kind of like a different country almost). Its been a blast.
We decided with the last 4 days, we are going to book two days accomodation in San Diego by the beach, and just relax and do whatever we feel like, explore the city a bit.
... round. The tour is absolutely fascinating and until you are on board you have absolutely no idea of the actual scale and size. The Midway is now a museum, but when it was in service there were approximately 4,500 people on board at any one time. It was like a small village, with cookery staff, domestic staff, doctors, surgeons, dentists etc., etc. The museum has been done so well, with robots and automated personnel. The main attraction however, is ...
Headed out of the City of Angels after enjoying another morning with great friend Mary Fran. The world needs more Mary Fran's, or at least we do. OK, next stop San Diego. The swallows have left San Luis Capistrano, so, no need to stop and pick up a feather. San Diego is on the horizon, right after that moth balled nuke at San Onofre, built in 1968 and decommissioned in 2012, that sucker looks dangerous.
We agree ...