Black Orchid Bed And Breakfast
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... I always find these tours most interesting and you get to see a lot and learn a lot in a short time. Zac and Michelle who I met on the platform filled me in on various matters including the unreliability of the Amtrak trains! Zac was off to try for a job with the lifeguards and Michelle had a hospital appointment. One of the noticeable things has been the unworldly wiseness of people. Michelle clearly was unused to finding her way around San Diego so ...
... Ohio. He pulled out his ticket pad and thought for sure we were going to get a hefty fine and ticket. Luckily, he said that we were NOT going to get a ticket. WHEW!!! Anyway, he directed us to where we could find some places for lunch. So, guess we are LUCKY!
We did find a place for lunch called the 3rd Corner. Had a wonderful lunch of crispy chicken cobb salad for Dick and I had a kale Greek salad with Chicken. Very tasty!
... to the rest of their family during or after the show.
Oh and there was funnel cake. This is a dish made by drizzling doughnut mixture into the oil in a pie shape. The crunchy cooked dough is lifted out is then icing sugared and topped with strawberries, cream and ice-cream. For completeness we had one. Yum.
We visited the Beluga whales and the solitary walrus. Also the penguins ...
... trailer parks. It was dry and interesting countryside and we drove on and on thinking we d get to Yuma. At quart side we changed plans again as we were on a faster highway and pretty darn sick of desert by now. We sucked it up and went on to Indio, goodbye Arizona and hello California! We were all very travel weary (ie:*****y and fighty) by the time we rolled in, so that matched with pitch black darkness, no hotel room booked and a lying and deceiving GPS unit created a ...
... me. So instead, I had a churros - a Spanish donut - not overly nutritious but safe & yummy all the same. The day ended nicely with a catch up dinner with the Fimmano family. As they are braving the San Diego traffic with a rental vehicle, they opted to come near us which was very kind. We found a lovely family restaurant at a hotel a few doors up from pots which had a nearly normal, comprehendable menu. After demolishing ...