Hotel Indigo San Diego Gaslamp Quarter
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Nice & neat hotel. I will stay again next time.
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... gifts and hunting for a new suitcase.
During this week I met my adorable nephew, enjoyed some family time, learnt to play poker and met some really friendly people.
On Wednesday we drove the few last miles down to the Mexican border and checked out all the fences and everything that goes on there. On our way back we went by the Maritime museum and went for a walk on the beach in the rain.
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... anything I felt in my limited years of office life as well as other contracting type work I do.
We dined above deck both lunch and dinner then went below deck to the officer’s bar – O.B. Walking in, there was a warm greeting from those I had met during the day. The culinary arts hostess, port shopping ambassador, international concierge, assistant shore excursions staff and other officers huddled at high top tables in different dark ...
The long series of flights had started. My goal is to not use the cane until Australia at the earliest. However, Sarah says, "you look tired and you will use the cane." I just can't imagine where or when she learned to be so bossy. Just because she doesn't want me broken before the trip has begun? So does that mean I can be broken after the ...
Arrived in San Diego Tuesday afternoon & booked into the local KOA campground. We walked down the road to Super Sergio's Mexican Kitchen & over ordered. The meals were massive, cheap & delicious! Walked back to the van feeling full. The next day we slept in a bit & then headed in to San Diego for the day. Had brekkie at a Deli which was yummy & healthy (for once). Brought a day pass for their public transport ...
... All in all, a good bunch.
The first day down there I went back to Coronado Island and found a nice spot to read my book on the beach. The following day I decided to catch a bus up to La Jolla since the beach up there is one of the most photographed in all of California. It was easy to see why once I was there, one section is closed off to the public and is a safe-haven for hundreds of seals. A lot had there recently born pups swimming in the water ...