Staybridge Suites San Diego Rancho Bernardo Area
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... the bustling city of Phoenix, and enjoyed driving on the Interstate, highways. Then through the desert, cactus and all. Another opposite, pay for fuel before you put it in the car. Pay for coffee and then pour your own... Roadside rest stop, vending machines with drinks and snacks... Also signs. To not drink the water and look out for scorpions and rattlesnakes. Didn't see ...
... hot half way through the hike that I was ready to dive into that tantalizing water, but I didn't. Don't tell anyone, but I let the dogs drink from the lake. Shhh. We were hot and thirsty and no other water was available. Some trees on the trail that grabbed my attention were a funny looking palm tree and a white barkless tree. The first looked like it was wearing a shaggy skirt around its trunk because as it grows the palm branches ...
San Diego – Hawaii – San Diego: 9294 km at sea
Thermal – Yuma: 121 km
Driven to date: 6292 km
We left the ship this morning in San Diego. Twenty-four days cruising was a great experience. We were rather sad when we said goodbye to new friends and to the crew members.
We drove from San Diego to John's and Bertha's in Thermal, picked up StarTwo and then drove to Yuma. We are staying in the same RV resort ...
... I know it, it's time to go set up for the party. It takes one van, one larger SUV and my little Fiat to transport it all. My little rinky dink of a vehicle has the muy importante job of transporting the piņata. Actually, that's pretty much all that could fit in there without having anything damage it.
The party goers have a blast and so do some of the parents who stayed behind. Mad Science was the entertainment and the 'head scientist' ...
... chase each other, jump out of the water and also slide onto a step right next to us. So made sure to take photos of this. Also watched some cheeky seals, where if u wanted to buy some fish you could feed them. Watched as a little boy was feeding them, the seal would, just sit there and wait for the fish once the boy was finished the seal was still sitting there and slapping the water wanting more fish. Katie and I also took a turn to go on the Manta which is ...
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