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USS Midway navel ship was our first port of call this morning. We spent 5 hours touring the ship with a audio tour and listening to ex service men give talks on various aspects of their jobs. It was an awesome time we really enjoyed it, especially Red. We learnt that it is 305 metres in length and was decommissioned in 1992 and became a museum in 2004. It holds 12.9 million litres of fuel and carried a crew of around 4500, ...
... barges near Point Loma.
The South Bay excursion took us under the Coronado Bay Bridge and out to the island,
which is not really an island but a peninsula attached by a long thin strip of land, called the Silver
Strand. We continued past Naval frigates, the Hospital ship Mercy and destroyers. We
saw ship building facilities and watched ships in dry dock being serviced. The San Diego
Convention center is huge and the design of one ...
... I think 'WTF, now she's gonna tell me she was saving all the seats'. So I look over at her, and who do I 'think' I see? Friggin Goldfish!
Let me just say that I've never been so confused in my whole life. One: I had three pretty strong margaritas and was already getting frosty. Two: Goldfish was supposed to be on a plane about half way through an 18 hour flight. Three: Why would I have the ...
... State, City and County, all of which have historic sites operated as museums. Old Town San Diego State Historic Park is the most visited park in the state system and all its museums are free to the public. There are many restaurants here offering authentic and cultural cuisine. In addition to food and shopping, Old Town hosts many events and has nightly entertainment in many of the restaurants located here. Walking tour of historic sites is ...
... jeep. So, a few days ago when we were returning to Mexico, the immigration officer was confused because he said our old 6-month visa still had one month remaining. He was unwilling to check us out of the country (after the fact) and then immediately back in. “No problema,” he said. All we would need to do is go to the immigration office in San Felipe as soon as we arrived to get the paperwork completed. Bright and early Monday morning, ...