Palomar San Diego, A Kimpton Hotel
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Once again we were on the move, this time boarding The Pacfic Surfliner, next stop, San Diego and our hotel in the vibrant Gaslamp area of town. After a walk around Downtown San Diego it was time for a pre dinner drink and to choose a restaurant from the myriad on offer. We plumped for a new experience with a fondue restaurant called The Melting Pot.....turned out to be a good choice!
... the statue of the sailor and the nurse celebrating the end of WW2 with a kiss, and the Midway ship now a museum.We were escorted out of the harbour by two coast guards, both with a manned gun at the bow! On the way out we passed the airforce base with helicopters and jet fighters at the ready.About six hundred passengers left today and six hundred newies boarded to head to Vancouver and some to continue to Alaska.
... The easiest way is to fall into pride, believing I could save myself through my own efforts, and that my way was best for me regardless of the suggestions I was given for wisdom. When I was 17 years old my heart turned cold, it turned hard against my family, friends, and God. For ten years I was left wondering without the slightest hint that God was with me, although he was waiting behind the door of my heart that I had so conveniently ...
This was going to be my first ever visit to a real major baseball game. The ballpark called Petco Park is situated right downtown and since we had some time leftover before the match we wandered around for a while and stopped at a tapas bar for a cocktail and a snack, whilst we witnessed Colombia and Brazil battle it out on the soccer field in the second half of the quarter final.
Both Brazilians and Colombians were present in the tapas ...
... were able to download our emails and
made some precious phone calls.
“I love San Diego, “ I told Bert
about three times while walking toward a shop. I thought he might
pick-up on that and walked faster. But today was obviously a no rush
San Diego is California's oldest,second largest and southern most City. “It's a little bit like NewYork,” described Bert while crossing the pedestrian ...