Sunburst Court Inn
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... at Miguel’s Cantina for lunch and the food was delicious if a bit pricey. The Ultimate Margarita came in a shaker on the rocks and was enough to refill your glass a couple of times. Rick had the Pollo Mole Poblano and Dan had a combo that included a chile relleno he said was the best he has ever had. We strolled the area for a couple of hours before heading back to Mission Bay.
The bay has been covered in heavy fog for the past couple of mornings but it burns ...
... use the canal. Cruise ships are charged by the number of people on board so our ship, if it was going through, would have to pay something around $300,000US. The larger container ships could be charged as much as $1,000,000US to pass through the 8 hour trip. We drove down to the Pedro Miguel locks to get a close up look at the locks and watch the ships travel through. By this time we had been on the go for 5 1/2 hours and it was time to head back to the ship. The whole day only cost us ...
... the cliffs to little sandy coves. Walking the hilly streets of OB, there are ocean vistas in all directions and flowers blooming everywhere. Though many of the plants are like those found in Fl, there were also many that were very different and, of course, being a dry area, there are lots of very interesting succulents.
Among the many sites we enjoyed were Point Loma lighthouse with tidal pools and views of the SD skyline, Torrey Pines and Sunset ...
... to the Seaport Village and Ruocco Park until we eventually ended up at the Navy Pier where the USS Midway is docked. Now a tourist attraction the Midway was the only American ship to never lose any sailors to enemy fire. Just like in any other American city there were lots of different memorials including a big statue of the famous "save the kiss".
USS Midway has both aircrafts and choppers on the top ...
... out all together and have a laugh. A lot of us bought souvenir hats which I've still got!
Then thanks to Alice's incredible generosity, we had a great BBQ and drinks when we got back to her place. The Bauer family was here so we got to chat with them.
Next day the men folk had to get the tuxedo fittings done. Bit of a rush to get back in time to pack and head out to the wedding venue.