Rodeway Inn Pacific Beach
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free parking
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... and Pedro Miguel. It is just amazing to see large ships being lifted and lowered through these locks that built over 100 years ago and are still working as efficiently as they did when first built. We could also see the new locks that are being built to accomodate the Post Panamax ships that are so big now, the new locks are said to be ready by late 2015 but they are so far behind and over budget that it will probably be a few years longer. The ships that pass through pay large ...
... great blog! I have turned into the most faithful
admirer of your writing style: you write so vividly that I feel like I
had been there myself Have fun with your wonderful family & continue to share your trip with us. Big hug!!!!
Elisa Wirtschafter So
much FUN!!! Wanted to ask how the food worked out last Shabbat? So
happy you made this happen for you guys...all your hard work at
carefully planning everything!
... room wasn't not ready, so I got a bit upset, as I wanted to change into better clothes to go to the rehearsal then dinner, so we showered and changed in Ben's room
The wedding planner Brenda certainly helped showing where we all had to stand etc. Jamie wore the dress she'd worn 8 yrs ago!
A couple of buses were provided to take the out of towners to the dinner venue. Some of the kids got stuck ...
... stunning the new World Trade Center touches the skyline. It wasn't hard to kill those 5 hours in between flights. I find wandering through the cosmetics area of duty free and sampling everything is a nice way to refresh your make up and of course purchase. Believe it or not, you do save at least 10% on items you would purchase in department stores. They are also a bit cheaper than the stores.
Lets get going! Right at sunset, taking off ...
... pretty dangerous and definitely didn't seem like it was under control at all. The smoke was everywhere too which was as dark as you can imagine. We stopped off for lunch at this old school train station that had a bunch of little shops and take away places including an entire stall dedicated to beef jerky. We then continued on to San Diego. As we got closer the traffic became more congested and palm trees became more common. At one point we were driving on the highway which ...