Navy Lodge North Island Naval Air Station
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... rocks. In the afternoon, we went on a bus tour to Tijuana, Mexico. What an experience!!!!! We saw the area on a bus and then the tour guide dropped us in the main street to shop!!!! All the shop owners were very persistent to get us in their shop. It was like we had a neon light on our heads as people came from everywhere trying to get our interest. They were very ...
... San Diego.)
In the morning, Traci, my great-niece Reese, and I drove over the bridge to Coronado Island for some walking along the Bayfront, which was predictably delightful. At this location across San Diego Bay you are directly opposite downtown San Diego, as well as the USS Midway aircraft carrier and museum. We were also treated to a surprise "drive by" of the USS Howard, a destroyer whose homeport ...
... upside down bits, without any fuss or screaming. Wendy did do a bit of praying though as she was heard to say "Jesus Christ" part way through the ride. The second ride, 'Journey to Atlantis' was like a log flume/rollercoaster all in one and we all ended up getting soaked. We were only damp as we came to the steep bit at the bottom near the end but unbeknownst to us there was a water cannon at the bottom where people can pay $5 to shoot people as they go through. ...
Steve flew back to the US on the 10th and I flew on the 26th. We took a minor detour to Texas and drove a motorhome back to San Diego. While we were in TX, we were able to make a stop in Dallas to meet up with some of Steve's relatives. On our USA road trip, we debated going to Dallas but since it was out of the way and with the cost of gas, we gave it a miss. ...
... of humpbacks! Very unusual, they said. We were lucky to see them. They were swimming north along the coast and would come up about every 5 minutes or so. They'd skim the surface, blow some air, and sometimes show their flukes. We even saw one breach, but it happened so fast, we couldn't get a picture! We were out for a couple of hours ...