DoubleTree by Hilton Golf Resort San Diego
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... 4,500 pounds of beef per meal when served 2.25 tonnes - 1000 loaves of bread daily - 4,752 pounds of laundry every 12 hours There was SO much to see in the museum, but we got through majority of it. Just like the Air & Space Museum, there was a lot of aircraft on display on the deck & below in the hanger, which meant a lot of reading again. The museum provides audio tours like Alcatraz, which is narrated by docents that recall what it was like an. ...
... and they varied in quality depending on the destination. For example a chain known as The Knights Inn could be very clean and welcoming in one city, but an absolute dump in another. There was no consistency and it made finding accommodation my biggest challenge in America. It was almost impossible to find the balance between decent quality and a decent location for unfortunately the hotel masters had raised the prices dramatically for those wishing to stay in the main areas ...
... Monument and spent some time at the Sunset Cliffs Natural Park and the tide pools.
Then we drove all along the San Diego bay, saw Mission beach, the Midway Naval Museum, downtown and went to Coronado Island. Here you find the Hotel del Coronado, famous for (amongst many other things) the movie 'some like it hot' they shot there with Marilyn Monroe.
The next day was spent shopping for some ...
... Africa, United Kingdom, Philippines, Croatian, Serbia, Scandinavia, Dutch, American, Canadian, Chinese and Indonesian. All were laughing in harmony during this bingo game. Maybe I was slow but the bingo caller was fast! There was also a raffle going on with great prizes of lap tops, iPads, head phones and stereo! It was a bit smoky in the crew mess but on the announcement board in the crew mess, there is a poster advising of assistance from the medical team ...
... by God, we were going to finish as a group. We gave Kim some space as she crushed the last lump of a hill and cruised in altogether. My dad, aunt Diane, and best friend Marissa were all there to greet me and take pictures, alongside a lot of my teammates friends and family as well. (My mom and Marissa's mom were tediously preparing lunch for us at a pier nearby). We all waited on the sand for everyone to strip of their camelbaks, shoes, socks and helmets (except for Ali Coady whose helmet ...