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... to the downtown area, and disembarked at the terminal closest to Seaport Village. We had previously visited this 1978 development that replaced the US Navy presence on the harbor shore. It is a must see when visiting this beautiful city. After strolling manicured pathways through the Village we ended up at an authentic Greek Restaurant; The Greek Islands Cafe. For $22 we enjoyed a sumptuous lunch complete with a beer for me. It was a ...
... system. It was a hot day so it was great to get all finished with the hook up, including the Jimmy, then headed to the pool for a short refreshing dip. Cooled down, we hit the I-17 to the eastside of Scottsdale. We chose Phon D Sutton recreational area on Donna and Mike's recommendation. They had parked here previously and told us it was known for the views and the wild horses that roamed the area. That was all Sini needed to hear, so after our 10 ...
... south of Santa Monica are "industrial", and "gritty". This is pretty accurate, evidenced by the large amount of industry and oil refineries right off the coast highway. Some of the places we're driving through seem kinda rough. We decide at this point to press on to San Diego and spend two nights there. This will leave us a whole day to explore the city.
We'll comment on San Diego tomorrow.
... passions, desires, appetites, and senses of the
flesh rather than by the promptings of the Holy Spirit. Such a person can comprehend physical things but not spiritual things. All people are carnal, or mortal, because of the fall of Adam and Eve. Each person must be born again through the atonement of Jesus Christ to cease being a
- The natural man receiveth not the things of the Spirit:1 Cor. ...
... walked all the way down to Pacific Beach. The beaches here are amazing. I loved them and they also had character. There were one off shops all along the beach boardwalk. People were riding bikes, walking dogs, roller skating. It looked liked everyone enjoyed it. On one side of the boardwalk were nice hotels and homes and the other side was the beach. The water was warm and everything was great here. We walked up and down ...