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Old 06-11-2011, 08:02 PM
 
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Does anyone remember San Diego back in the 60's? I "attended" Navy boot camp there in 1964, was stationed at North Island from 66 to 68 and lived there until 73. We used to take the ferry over and eat at Anthonys and head up Broadway. Our goal was to stop at every bar on side of the street and have 1 drink and do the same thing on the other side heading back to the ferry. Never made it. The all nite movie theaters, massage parlors, locker clubs, jewelery and clothing stores were amazing, especiall when you're 18 and from the conservative south. Horton Plaza with the soapbox preachers, what a place. I was there last month house hunting and I honestly didn't recognize the place. Just wondering if anyone recalls those days?
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