Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites San Diego Otay Mesa
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... we were amazed by the enormity of the vessel. Fighter jets, helicopters and a fire vehicle were all up there for us to see. We all walked around with our own set of headphones and remote attached to a lanyard worn around our necks. Every area we visited we had access to information by entering a number into our remote. This was a great way to explore the carrier and learn about life at sea.
It was time to feed ...
... was probably asleep.
So we pack our tent up and as we do, we see the helicopter’s landing and hear tree loppers trying to maintain the fire. It was pretty crazy and funny at the same time watching us walk into this empty campground, smoke everywhere, and here is our poor little 2-man tent in the midst of it all.
We drive back towards the sheriff and he hands us a brochure and says we can go online to receive a refund for the next two nights we ...
... by slashing everyone and landing out of the water on a platform. The animal show was cool with cats, dogs, birds and pigs. They all did tricks and ran around the stage. They were a few rides that we when on, with one wetting us as we came down the high track. It was a full day and then we were taken back to our hotel in the ...
Ok, admittedly, there's a huge number of photos in this one, but how can you resist taking pictures of cute panda bears and baby gorillas and orangoutangs? So read on, the script will be shorter than the picture roll!
Leaving Craig & Rose's in Indio, we followed a route Craig recommended to get out to the coast. The trip over the mountains ...
... the Captain. One Belgian hostess was, for a time, sharing the Italian band leader's cabin (then later, the one occupied by the American host) and the English female singer of the duo was with the Italian saxophonist. An English male singer was with an American hostess, one Australian telephone operator was substituting for the wife of the Greek chief electrician and the other English operator was engaged to a Greek steward.