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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... 5 miles of washboard gravel road. As we traveled along the dirt road we spotted Tank driving his Tracker. There was no phone service so he was driving out to an area where he hoped to have service to call us. We followed him to our new campsite right next to the lake, quickly set up camp and started happy hour. This lead to an evening of tacos, salad, and more happy hours. We hadn’t seen Tank and Doreen since 2012 while camping near Tucson, so ...
... from before 9pm.
5 - This one I already knew but it seems to be even more so on vacation - mother's desires are not high on the list.
6 - Do not travel without Waze. I don't know how people did it with just maps (me included).
If you understand all the above and manage to deal with most of it a great vacation can be had.
Monday, July 8, we left Disneyland and my parents and traveled South to San Diego. First stop, the ...
... the American flag.
This was followed by the national anthem, which is custom in America before any sporting event, during which everyone stopped what they were doing, stood up, took off their hats and silently listened. It being Independence day made it an extra special occasion.
And before we knew it, the game had begun! The San Diego Padres, the team we were supporting (Jeff turned out to be a big fan) won two points in the ...
... a bit hurtful at the time.
Finally at 5pm it was time for Paul and me to walk our boy down the grassy aisle. Jamie decided to walk in alone, to meet her parents briefly.
Cogs was the "Officiator" he did a great job. All the wedding party looked great, with the dashing couple radiant.
Loads of photos, then into the reception area
Paul and I gave the first toast, whixh seemed to go ...
... free stuff - we stood in line for about half an hour to get a bag of discount vouchers, free yoga passes and gift cards to stores in the area. We had a small spree at H&M before heading home to get ready for our beach day on Coronado Island. The town reminded me of both Whangamata and Devonport and was wonderfully sunny. Every house, even the little and rundown ones were worth at least three million because of their zip code. Dave, Brenda, Olivia and I ...