SuiteAmerica The Villages at Morena Vista
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... some of the bruschetta topping, and on the second pizza we added pepperoni, Italian sausage, and olives for a couple of dollars. The owner came over to talk with us and ask our thoughts about the meal. The title on his business card reads Dishwasher. Total price for everything including tip was about $20 per person – pretty reasonable for the quality food and good service. We will definitely return here again.
February 27th. The RV guy returned ...
... And So It Goes" staring Mike Douglas and Dianne Keaton. It was a cute movie.
December 1, Monday
Second last sea day and our last formal night. We attended lectures this morning then sat on deck for the rest of the afternoon until the next lecture at 3pm. Supper in the Rotterdam was very nice the was surf & turf on the menu among other things. We went to the showroom which was a variety show of the last three performers. At 10:00pm there was a black & gold ...
... a beachfront luxury hotel, which is said to be the second largest wooden structure in the United States. When it opened in 1888, it was the largest resort hotel in the world. It has hosted presidents, royalty, and celebrities through the years. The hotel has been also featured in numerous movies and books.
We spent the rest of the afternoon in quite a cool bar in the Gaslamp Quarter. To our pleasant surprise they had happy hour: beer, well and wine for USD 3. ...
... the walk is good.
After trying a few craft beers, it's time to head back get cleaned up and head for some yummy dinner. A quick cab ride from the hotel over the Harbour Island and we are there... kind of looks the same as I remember except the inside has been redone and the have a patio now that overlooks the water... now I have to say the decor is not the greatest and it kind of still has that 80s feel, but look past ...
... we were on a house boat. There was even a big palm tree right outside one of the windows.
One of the best parts of the park was the fishing. Not because they were biting, but because I had promised Dean some fishing on the trip, and we really hadn't found an opportunity to do it yet. So we spent several hours with our lines in the water. I had exactly zero bites, and Dean caught one small bluegill. Didn't matter - he loved the whole experience. So ...