Holiday House Bed & Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... some of the rocks. One protected cove allowed snorkeling, and unfortunately, the snorkelers were trying to get too close to the sealions and scared some of them off. The sealions seem to be relatively used to people around them, as there were paddle boarders, kyakers and even divers all taking advantage of the area.
We took our time heading back along the coast, and arrived back in time for a night time ...
... were prancing along the sea shore. One wave a seaweedy stick at the distance, there are some great characters in the cities. The bar we went to was full and lovely, and we went specifically for San Diego's trademark food - the fish taco! I had two which were fantastic, one of which had shark in which I would highly recommend :)
The next day Ben and I went to the beach. We spent most of our time looking for sand crabs, however they were harder ...
... park which is very well laid out but the sing posts are very confusing so we get lost loads of times. About 3.00 we eventually get to the Lion enclosure and just as we are about to take some photos I get a tap on the shoulder!!! "What are you doing here". Unbelievable, our friends Mike and Fiona from Banchory are at the Zoo. We did not know they were going to San Diego and they did not know we were going to be there either. Small, small world. ...
We arranged to meet Hannah Campbell at college, so we swang by UCSD. (This is not easy - winding roads got us lost and turned around.) She is Bobby's oldest neice, the daughter of Mike and Marianna, who we saw in Woodside.
Neat place UCSD. Hannah looks great and is doing well and excited about her first quarter of college. She showed us around ...
... across a bridge that is 200 feet tall! It's a beautiful place, with one of the most popular beaches on the west coast. On said beach is the Hotel Del Coronado, a lovely old hotel that was the setting for the classic Marilyn Monroe film "Some Like It Hot". We had some lunch at the hotel, overlooking the ocean with naval planes zooming overhead every few minutes...probably from Top Gun! Back on the trolley, we headed back to old town to pick up a couple ...