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... get to relax and hang out with people that I wouldn't otherwise have ever met and great to get to see a part of Molly's past.
As we got out and drove during our time in San Diego, we realized that the strong fuel odor was still happening. It seemed to be only when the truck was running but we weren't moving, which resulted in a pretty funny (in retrospect) routine every time we came to a stop (which turns out to be a lot in San Diego). Molly and I ...
This morning we decided to catch the Public Train down to the Boarder to have a look at Mexico. Sarah was feeling pretty un easy and when we got into Mexico she was pretty over whelmed. We just walked across the boarder easy enough no passports needed. They didn't even check us at all. Tijuana was rather dirty and lots of undesirable people all around and not many tourists. We got pointed to the main area and just walked over the main bridge in and out of Mexico, there ...
We walked along Broadway until we found a place to eat. The Yard Glass was a sports bar with an extensive menu and very loud music. Luckily we were able to catch up on the football game playing today. We are starting to understand more about the game. Lunch was lovely.
We then walked down Fifth Avenue towards the water front. There were lots of lovely boutiques ...
... Base San Diego. Nothing like being at a place where you can be walking along the shore with the family and have a Navy Destroyer cruise on by...pretty cool, actually.
One vignette from our time at Coronado: After our walk along the Bayfront, we took a drive into town there on the Island, and we stopped for a photo of the historic Hotel Del Coronado, originally built in 1888. So I'm standing there on ...
... creatures did were very similar to what we had seen the dolphins doing, (including splashing the crowd) but the difference was their sheer size. Huge, beautiful creatures doing leaps and twists in the air, and believe it or not, a type of ‘ballet’! I don’t know what their living arrangements are like, but they certainly seem happy enough – kind of like puppies, they do their ‘trick’ and then eagerly go back to their trainers for treats, although ...
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