The Mansion at Glorietta Bay Inn
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... humble abode which is set on the North Island Navy Base with nothing but beach front views! This was our home until we moved into 801 the following week. We were lucky enough to have 2 weeks overlap with The Moyle family- Liz, Nic, Jack & Darcy before we tag teamed them home to Canberra. They showed us the Coronado ways, filled us in when to go OTB (over the bridge) and when not too, introduced us to their friends, favourite coffee ...
... afternoon. Had a nice supper in the Rotterdam dining room and met more nice people. There was a amazing thunder and lighting storm that started about an hour after we left port that lasted for an hour with extremely heavy rain. The lighting at some points was just continuos and lit the inside of the ship. We went to the 10pm show in the showroom, it was Bob Arno an interactive comedian and the worlds only legal pickpocket, he now travels the world advising police forces on how to spot ...
... in the Navy on Nov 15, 1967 and attended Basic Underwater Demolition/SEAL as part of class 59 shortly thereafter.
Despite the personal recognition, Horrell shied away from discussing his own accomplishments, instead focusing on the impact of Vietnam era SEALs, as a whole, on the Naval Special Warfare community. “This ceremony isn’t about me, this is really about all the SEALs who were in Vietnam,” ...
... the beach we saved for our goodbyes), it was just all of us together enjoying good food and good company. There were superlatives; mine was "Most Likely To Get Lost In A Bookstore," not quite sure what it means but okay. Tyler then did superlatives for our leaders which were pretty accurate and pretty hilarious. Melba came and met up with us after a while, and eventually she drove us to a bar called The Lamplighter? The Lighthouse? Something like that. And we met up with other ...
... as a grand hotel for the wealthy. You couldn't ask for a more perfect setting. While the Del went through some hard times and even faced demolition, it has survived and thrived and is one of the top resorts in the country today. It is also one of the few old grand hotels remaining today. The architecture is stunning, the service impeccable. The rooms are nicely appointed and updated, but not too fussy. It's a real splurge for us, but as we saw on a glass dish ...
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