E-Z 8 Motel Old Town
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Today is a Sea Day and I have no itinerary other than working out and meeting up with my new friends tonight. You meet some interesting people when you travel. Last night I was people watching and waiting for the Captain to give his welcome speech when I started chatting with a group of women who were having a fabulous conversation. It turns out that one of the ladies, like me, is traveling solo. The other ...
... like the program, but it doesn’t mean that I didn’t learn from my experience. All of my negative situations on this adventure are actually positives. They have changed my life for the better. Did I mention now that I know a lot about the Vietnam War? I managed to independently learn some incredible things about our recent history. These things I will never forget because I got to experience where they actually happened.
... that I have been avoiding to hear since I was about 10 years old. Since I have been home, nostalgia kicked in hard and I wanted to re-read my past journals, diaries, and comments in my yearbook.
Among the comments I surprisingly came across the words of my beloved 5th Grade Teacher, Mrs. Goodwell. Her note in my yearbook that year stated, "Aprih it has been a pleasure being your teacher, but you are too ******* yourself!"
Reading those ...
... time. Although BART would have been much cheaper, being dark and having a lot of homeless (aggressive & judgemental homeless) people around San Fran, in the end it was easier and worth spending a bit more money on the shuttle. We arrived in San Diego and were out of the airport by 9:30 am. San Diego has a relatively small airport that is really close to the city. It also has only 1 runway, which means all airplanes fly over the same flight ...
... the top and if one decided to pay an extortionate amount of money they could climb it and receive a view uninterrupted by the numerous trees which surrounded the tower gardens. That being said even the trees could not hide the splendour that lay beyond. Both sides of the hill provided views of beauty, but the image of Alcatraz and the famous red bridge amidst a hypnotic blue ocean and the sprawling city, were beyond compare. Fishing vessels calmly navigated the waters ...