PB Surf Beachside Inn
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... salad. Scrumptious. Then it was the hop on/ off bus back to hotel. Very hot and humid with thunderstorms on their way in the mountains and higher up areas. Still glorious here at 5 pm so we had a swim in the pool with Les doing her routine again! Very good but very funny!
Another great day in the brilliant San ?Diego! ...
... the Sydney Opera house, Eiffel Tower and have San Francisco and Las Vegas in fine detail. Its so amazing to see.
We took some photos of the car and each had a go driving the car. It is so nice to drive and easy to manage. Might have to save for one :).
On the way home we drove onto Universal Studios to get a photo of the Neon sign. With major traffic congestion we didn't get there till dark so took it at night which looked good then went into ...
... have docents on the ship that share their stories with you about their time on the USS Midway. On the flight deck there is also a number of planes and helicopters.
We then wandered along the water front down to the Gas Lamp Quarter which is listed as Historic district. Here you can find a number of pubs, restaurants and shops in buildings that were mostly constructed in the Victorian era. We also wandered out of the area and the contrast is vastly ...
... you to understand it and make it less threatening.
* There is a simple truth when sharing your experiences that I thought was GOLDEN!
"Shared pain is half the pain, shared joy is twice the joy".
- Isn't that beautiful! I just love that quote and is so incredibly true when it comes to healing.
Embracing it entails…(has a faith component in there!)
Caveat from the author: "Precious little about divorce is good. But ...
... Thanksgiving day long weekend.
We spent our time jumping at a trampoline park, on the beach and at LEGOLAND. We had an overnight flight to the Cook Islands, but unfortunately, a Lego lion ate the children so Mike and I headed to the islands alone . . .