Holiday Inn San Diego North Miramar
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- Drycleaning onsite
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- Non-smoking rooms
- Refrigerator in room
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After a tasty hotel breakfast of cold hard boiled eggs, toast (John bought his tube of Vegemite from home), cereal, muffins, fruit and make your own waffles we jumped in a taxi. Getting a taxi to hold 5 people was a problem and after the driver suggested we sit a child on our lap we realised off loading a child to Sharon and Aidan was the way to go. For those of you that don't know, we are starting our holiday and finishing our holiday with friends from ...
... think… ****.. we have no coins. Thankfully we check both our wallets and we gather enough for both of us to have a 1.5minute shower haha.
After showering, we sit down and eat dinner and spend the rest of the night in the tent thanking that we have a tent over our heads tonight. At points I considered sleeping in the car because it was better than sleeping in the motels (they’re so bad sometimes). Anyways, we were in for a long night sleep as we were in bed by ...
... with the same guy and it was a brilliant zoo - I walked around for 6 hours without really even eating and I only just got to see everything. It has Pandas, Polar bears - you name it - it has it.
Tijuana, Mexico - So many people told me not to come and that there was nothing to see or that it was dangerous. There were also expensive tours you could book. Yet, I ignored them all as I was determined to visit Mexico and was attracted by the fact it was so easy. You ...
... great, we are so glad we went there, albeit not nearly long enough, there is tons to see and do, and the bike riding is fantastic! We put on over 40 km in just two rides, one of them around the entire loop of Mission Bay and out to the ocean, which was crashing with surf and a goodly dose of sunshine and sand! My sister Toni and her hubby Lee came into ...
... of being months away from home at sea -- people naturally seek out companionship as they miss family and friends.
Once you've become, er, fond of someone, gaining their attention is easy since most work regular shifts, eat together in the crew mess, celebrate together at parties and enjoy the gossip. Each ship literally is an island (and like island living, privacy is nearly impossible to achieve). It isn't like you can meet up with a new crush ...