Motel Villa Mar
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... carefully written out and another encounter in LA had been the father helping his mid twenty year old get a ticket and put him on the train saying he'd done it once but was nervous about travelling! San Diego is a significant navy base where they train staff including the Navy Seals and there is a vast collection of boats moored on the sea front as part of the maritime museum. I had no idea it was the tuna fish capital of the world nor that each ...
... job! Make new friends together. That reality easily splits up couples. Then let’s add having a baby to try to make it all work better. I’m not going to tell you about some of the weasels I’ve encountered in my years of working on board ships. There are just as many there as in your own town and your own working environment. Affairs of the heart seem to be part of the life at sea.
I’ve known Captains, Staff Captains, ...
... we headed to Mark and Sue's. Mark is Sayo and Mel's oldest son. He and his wife have a really nice home in Encinitas. Seeing them is all part of our being places we've never been and seeing people we haven't seen in a long time. Mark and Sue are very gracious hosts!
That afternoon, Dick played golf with Mark at his country club, Morgan Run, and I visited with Lily and Minnie's sister, Grace, who is in an assisted living ...
... on but with no cafes, restaurants, or pubs. Mission and Pacific beaches are a very different story with a large selection of cafes, restaurants, pubs, windsurfers, surfers etc. It is very lively with a strong family and college student crowd. The sea here is quite rough and perfect for surfing. We stop off for a drink and to watch the sun go down which is amazing.
Our second day starts off with a very lazy breakfast on the balcony. First thing ...
... environment. We found a place, ate Italian food at a strip mall and slept like the dead. The morning was fresh and windy with tall palms and blowing sand. Hotel breakfast and a Starbucks coffee and on the road again. We drove by a huge windmill farm and saw the desert country change into fertile green humid coastal country. We were ready for it! Before long we arrived in San Clemente and saw the beautiful blue ocean! Yay! We were here as kids when our grandparents ...