Crown City Inn
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- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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It has been one month since we landed on the west coast, time has flown! The month has been a combination of exploring our island, San Diego and beyond, job lists, shopping lists, unpacking and getting to know new friends. We have been amazed at the generosity and friendliness that has met us and has made our settling in seem too easy. From Susan & Tom next door, to the Moyles & Burrows, thank you.
We started at the Navy lodge, ...
First order of business was to attend the retirement ceremony for Master Chief Kirby Horrell - a legend in the SEAL community....
Master Chief Special Warfare Operator (SEAL) Kirby D. Horrell, the last active duty SEAL to have served in combat operations during the Vietnam War, retired during a ceremony at Coronado, California, Aug 14, 2014. The ceremony celebrated a career spanning nearly 47 years for Horrell, ...
... 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 ...
... s why I love travelling, you meet a lot of people travelling good and bad, the bad ones leave and the good ones remain always only a Facebook message or plane flight away. Shawns been a real champ with the trip getting the car ready. We spent the other night putting the trailer together for the boat. Welding,cutting and everything in between. It looks sick. Our first stop is Ensenada to pick up kev then onward south down Baja. It's gonna be sick, literally the best ...
I'm going to combine yesterday's and today's events into the one post.
Yesterday we explored San Diego Zoo, it's pretty massive! One of the guys who runs the shuttle for the military families kindly offered to drop us off at the zoo that morning, as we drove in he gave us a little history lesson on the towns we were going through and on the zoo.
We arrived and went straight onto the 50 minute bus tour of the zoo, it takes you around to most exhibits for a view of ...