Bay Inn and Suites
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... 8217;s of 6,296 - so we are sizably smaller by a long shot. It’s kind of nice though, we’re not experiencing the lineups that you get on the mega ships but it does rock and roll with just a little white water.
Today we decided to attend the Guest Lecture Series – Welcome to Latin America that was held in the two-level Mondriaan Lounge. We arrived a little late just as Dr. Montgomery was starting her presentation on Latin ...
... go by before the next visit..
After a little lunch it's time to say goodbye and head back to San Diego. .. 45 mins to get to the hotel, and enough time to chill by the pool before Jim gets back from his "Top Gun" experience ... and by the sounds of it, a good day as well.
Time to go get a beer and some food! This is our last night in California before we head inland and to the desert.. then Vegas. We grab and cab and ...
San Diego II
Mar 6 – Mar 9
Cabrillo National Monument
In 1542 Cabrillo as 1st European set foot on the West Coast – here at Cape Loma.
Who is Juan Rodriguez Cabrillo?
He came to America in 1510, was involved in the conquest of the Aztec capitol and Guatemala. He became a wealthy landowner and ship builder. He ...
We left Phoenix early on the 7th as we had 5 hours driving to San Diego. We saw many different landscapes as we drove across Nevada to reach California. There was lots of deserts with huge cacti. Mountains and mountains and more mountains made of stones. Miles and miles of market gardens. Even though there was plenty to see, it was still a very long drive. We arrived in ...
... throwing! One of those other things however is swimming, where sometimes get a bit panicky and **** so therefore don't like it. I guess thats kind of important if you want to go out and get some half decent waves...Plus I know I would have tried going in without lessons, trying immediately to catch some decent waves, then fail and/or get swept under, have a little paddy, and then never want to surf again.
After a couple of days, I did find some Swedish beginners to go ...