Veteran\’s Day


Late Post

Photo Source: http://www.va.gov

I\’m proud of my husband…really! Serving 20 years in the Navy was no joke. It has influenced him many in ways. I feel elated every time someone tells him \”Thank you for serving our country\” (which makes me think does our Philippine soldiers get that?).

For Veteran\’s day certain establishments provides free food and services for veterans. Just be aware of the fine prints of the freebie. Waiting time was long in most of the restaurants. Prepare yourself for long queues and apologetic staff.

First stop, we went to On the Border Mexican Grill and Cantina at Mission Valley.

                  

I just love the overflowing nachos. It\’s freshly done and served while its hot.

                 
Sitting back, while waiting for our orders.

For dinner, we are supposed to go at Hooter\’s but their place was packed. Waiting time starts from 1-2 hours. We opted for Applebee\’s in National City.

                  
Applebee\’s was full just like Hooters. But, I have to say waiting time was faster and they have an efficient way of crowd-control.

Too bad, we missed California Pizza Kitchen and Krispy Kreme. We were free-food-hunting all day long and I love it. Till the next Veteran\’s Day.                      

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