Hotel Solamar - a Kimpton Hotel
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Today started with a bit of a lie-in for the boys and then breakfast in our hotel.
We headed out to the USS Midway aircraft carrier museum. Armed with our audio guides we made our way round the hanger deck with lots of planes to look at and sit in, then up onto the flight deck. Here there were lots more planes and helicopters which had at …
Buffet breakfast to start today with the highlight being the "make your own waffle" machine-a cup of batter from the dispenser, pour it on the hot waffle maker, close the lid, spin it 180 degrees, wait 2 mins spin it back waffle is ready for toppings!!
Then we packed the car and started on our 300 mile journey. We couldn't, however, leave …
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... thoughtful eyes of our Grandchildren: Madelene and Drew. We have hopefully instilled in their young lives a sense of wonderment, curiosity, and interest about all the similarities and differences among people and cultures on this small planet we call home.
We are always amazed when we travel to see and learn new things, remember the history of how these events shaped the world we live in now and wonder how it may shape the future.
It has been my experience that every time I am asked to learn something that another human being might be in need of, somehow, it is immediately recalled and called upon.
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Now although my faith, gratitude, and service oriented nature turned ...