I wanted to see for myself what a "Super" bookstore looked like inside.
This battleship was sunk by torpedoes and bombs during the attack on Pearl Harbor just like the USS Arizona.
What a pleasant surprise in the lobby!
Tampa reminds me a lot of San Diego, where I grew up.
For two days in a row, groups of WWII veterans removed barricades so they can view this comely memorial in Washington D.C.
The most memorable part of this trip? Eating at Olde Tyme Grocery...and Little Athens Gyro!
This was my old stomping grounds so I wanted to show Chip all the cool places before we headed back home.
I was amazed with the history behind the modern-day beautifully landscaped River Walk...
We spent a Saturday afternoon exploring...
The end of World War II (Pacific Theater) took place some 68 years ago yesterday (September 2, 1945).
I love museums, especially one filled with planes.
I was going to try everything strawberries.
The Stax Museum is an exact replica of the torn-down Stax Recording Studio.
I enjoyed my own Dole Whip Cup, which was only 1/6 the size of this Pineapple Split.
It's the perfect memorial to climb on.
Best place to watch mesmerizing sunsets in San Diego.
Like being in a museum.
It's a cobblestone street!
This memorial depicts the historic photograph taken by Joe Rosenthal.
In reference to Lance Armstrong's quote on bike rack...