Hotel Buena Vista Beach Resort
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
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All packing in order much to David's delight, we stated with 2 suitcases and now we have 4 suitcases plus extra hand luggage. ;) I am impressed we fitted it all in and we didn't need to buy excess baggage...so really it isn't so bad.(Teresa is forgetting to mention that we were over the weight limit ... Just didn't get charged) We drove along the 101 scenic costal road ...
I woke up around 6:30, but I really didn't want to get up. I pushed snooze on my alarm a few times and got up around 7. I got ready and finished packing my bag, it took me a lot longer than I thought to zip up my ever expanding backpack. And with a quick glance at my phone I realized my bus leaves from the station in 20 minutes, with a sudden rush of blood to my head and heart palpitations I thought '**** I might miss my bus and then I will be stuck in this **** town ...
... starting to get hungry. We looked at a couple of restaurants there, but they didn't appeal, so I got two hotdogs and fries to share as a snack. I know you think that's tight but we needed a bite to eat without ruining dinner.
Back at the hotel we crashed out for a while and decided to return to Las Hadas for dinner again. I still had the ticket for the fake panda photo and looked it up on their website. I found ...
... security after they searched dad and his backpack. Got to our gate and finally our plane arrived and we had a packed flight to Denver. Thank goodness our Denver connection was late. The Denver to Nashville flight was not full and we made it home about 11:00pm.
It was a long day.
The cruise was fantastic. The pictures and words can not do it justice. The people, places and food were all wonderful. Hope you enjoyed the journey.
Fourth of July fireworks are about as American as Nascar, therefore I wouldn't dare miss them for the world. Knowing that I was eager to see the splendor that is pyrotechnics, my wonderful aunt and uncle brought me to witness what is known as San Diego's Big Bay Boom. Basically, 5 large barges are located all around the bay and are full of fireworks. The show is supposed to be spectacular, wish I could've seen it... OH WAIT, ...