Courtyard by Marriott San Diego Solana Beach/Del Mar
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... help being aware that Veterans are well respected. We came back to the harbour area called the Spanish Landing Park, bought a coffee and banana and sat at a table and proceeded to have our last picnic. We watched a couple unload what looked like large bags and build them up into plastic kayaks. Very interesting watching. They did offer us a shot! The lady gave a lovely wave as she set off out into San Diego Bay. ...
... our bearings. We then wandered for a couple of hours, looking at all the great animal exhibits in their various natural looking surrounds. They really have done a great job making the zoo look as natural as possible. We took the chairlift across the zoo and saw most of the animals, but it was quite hot and humid and by about 1pm we had seen enough and departed for a look at downtown San Diego. The tourist brochures had mentioned an area called ...
... more real. I was so grateful for that day though-it was the perfect culmination of my family with my "framily" (Bike and Build quirky family) and the fact that Annie, Tay, and Carlee stayed back with my mom and I to ride and to take the time to get to know her meant the world to me. I think my mom also really enjoyed it (especially when she dropped us on one of the climbs!) :) I kind of want to cry a little bit reflecting on those 20 miles my mom got to spend with us. It was just ...
After having pizza with Neal last night in a very small local joint and there being a trio playing music there (well I say music one song was Puff the magic Dragon!) and then one actually got up & was in Hawaiian dress and started doing a hula dance, I really felt like I was ready for anything the crazies in California could throw at me. Up at 5.30 so Neal could drive us to Solana Beach station to get the 6.43 Surfliner train to LA where we have ...
... It was cool to see many of the original facilities too, like the mess, laundry, chapel, and ready rooms, where pilots like the ones in Top Gun got their briefings before taking off.
Along the waterfront, we encountered many street performers, including what we originally thought was a statue, but turned out to be a multi-talented man in white. Next to him were two tip jars, one to tip for a performance and the other to tip ...