Ramada San Diego Airport
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
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... beers, and finish our dinner.
Steve and Therese, with Christine and David in tow, leave early, hailing a taxi home. The rest of us prefer to walk. We walk back under a twilight sky, for it is still not very dark despite the late hour. The boys skip, holding hands with their cousins down the darkened sidewalk. The babies have long since fallen asleep in their strollers and Ergo, while the adults just pray the kids will actually fall asleep tonight. Tomorrow will be a big day. ...
Hard leaving the family this morning; two weeks is a long time. Flight leaves at 7:45, i took a shuttle from the hotel to the airport to get the crying over with before I got to the airport.
Checking in was a breeze, and plane is leaving on time.
On to Atlanta.
Full 767 flight. First time on this model plane. Seats are not very comfortable. But noise canceling are a must; can't believe how much of the background noise it cuts ...
... locked in there (so unfortunately we would have to wait until San Francisco in order to do some laundry (2 days away, AHHH!) So we all went inside and just when I thought the day was going to be over we decided to watch an episode of Game of Thrones (how could life get any better). Of course Jessie fell asleep 1 minute into the episode but the rest of us enjoyed a pretty shady/interesting episode of GOT. And now as we approach LA I can only hope that today’s adventure is half as fun as yesterday ...
... until 1769 the King of Spain and a mission was built here. In 1846 the first American flag was raised(it was originally part of Mexico Now the area contains a number buildings that represent 1800's life. There is also shops and restaurants in the surrounding area. We wandered in and out of the buildings learning about the history of the area. There were stables, school house, McCoy house(home of the first Californian sheriff), Original Mexican abodes, saloon and ...
We packed a lunch for a seaside picnic today and headed north of San Diego to the area of La Jolla. Roger drove again today with Bob riding shotgun doing the navigation. We first went to a city park high above the ocean. It is supposed to be a place where hang-gliders take off but we didn't see any. It was a long walk down to the ocean but lots of surfers were headed down. There were lots of signs warning of ...