Residence Inn San Diego Downtown
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
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... but by the time we got the tender at 1030 it had slowed to a drizzle. We met 6 other friends from the ship and we hired a van to take us around Panama to see the sights. We went to Old Panama first, it is a real mix of buildings very close together and from different cultures and periods of time. The population in this part of the city is low to middle class income. From there we went to New Panama, Wow what a difference. There are skyscrapers everywhere and you can see the difference ...
yay! hi everyone, I got home last night around 5p, so tired but re-invigorated by everything I've missed, especially my cat and ice cubes!!!!!!!!!!!!! I'll update this blog with pics, etc now that I have reliable IT access.
thanks for following our adventure!
... at our new apartment. We went our to shelter Island again but this time we walked right to the end. It was so hot, we had to stop a few times a long the way. On the way back Kirsty got a much needed pedicure. I went in to give her money and couldn't tell if she was in pain or was dying to laugh. That night we went our to our local bar and has some diner whilst watching the Chargers game. The next morning we left the hotel early and headed for the bus. After ...
... the Killer Whale. Made Mim happy, I answered a question correctly and won a plush Shamu...The show was great, lots of photos taken.
After the Killer Whale show, we walked over to watch the dolphin show. Another fun show with lots of action and some really smart animals. This show included free flying bird, Dolphins, Pilot Whales and people.
... bus, a transvestite in a jean skirt and a green St. Patty’s Day feather headband sat next to me and sang "SomeWHEEERE Over the RAINNNNBOWWW!" in my ear and whispered “Do you drink alcohol?” We talked for a bit about his/her college degree in Psychology and Industrial Arts and how he/she is an alcoholic now. Who thinks he/she can sing. But really really can’t.
Instead of the zoo, I walked around the Spanish Art Village and then ...