Coronado Island Marriott Resort & Spa
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... scared or more grateful for the support from here and in Oz. Mamie & Pa & Aunty Claire have made our transition so much easier with cuddles, walks, meals, experience & outing, and the Skype dates, visits from our new friends, cards, messages, requests for photos we wanted to post but didn't want to overwhelm people with- have all made us feel very thought of & that Josie is very loved, despite being so far from home!
She is ours forever..... ...
... beautiful wooden items, jewelry, cloths and the usual souvenir things. We found a WiFi restaurant and bought a pop and beer so we could get the password, checked emails and called home. We walked along the dark colored beach, the water was a lot warmer than the southern counties we had visited. Back to the ship for lunch and relaxed on deck. After supper we played cards for awhile then went to the Crows Nest and danced to Abba tunes. We took in a bit of the show which we had seen ...
... have to stop, to get to our hotel! After many long minutes and lots of wondering Ed turned back in the direction we came. The magic words RECALCULATING sounded. He turned quickly across traffic and we made it using some side roads. We were not expecting this area to be so densely populated with regular homes. We thought quaint summer homes, cottages, condos etc. There is a naval station that occupies most of this island. Our hotel is on the ...
... last fire up. Soucey got in the middle. We made our way to shore, hugging all our friends and family. My mom and Melba were there. Pictures everywhere. Last postride selfie. Casual crew. Friends. Groups. Everything. We went swimming for a bit; I dove in with Christine. We walked down the beach and had a nice big lunch: tacos and chips and cookies and champaign and cake. We took some pictures and did some more visiting. We drove to host to pick up our bags and pick up Breezer ...
... would have it, the golden hour was just right, not too glaring and not too hot.
By 6:30, we were finished with all the posing and fussing, and the kids couldn’t have been happier to be done with it. It was a miracle just trying to keep them clean at the beach. Mark, Cheryl and Josie wanted to take this time to walk around and check out parts of the Del that we hadn’t seen. Mac just wanted to get out of his dress clothes and go back to ...