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... to live here haha..
On our final day in San Diego we went for another tour of the city, and from the hillside that we were on, which used to be a military look-out but now is a memorial, we could see down into the navel submarine port and there were 3 subs there at the time. And while we were driving across the main bridge of San Diego I took a picture showing more of the navy port with many many navel points – ...
... our view of both Mexico and the San Diego skyline.
We drove through Balboa Park for an overview of the museums and gardens.
Next we traveled to Old Town, San Diego's original location. Many of the buildings are original and the others historically restored. Our favorite was the Casa de Estudillo, a historic adobe home. It is a fine example of Spanish architecture and is listed as a National Historic Landmark.
We marked Old Town for more exploration ...
... in stability. We were so busy trying to get everything ready for this trip that we were unable to train much. We should have trained in technology as well as riding a bike that is so heavy you can't even push it. We thought we would hit so many little stores and gas stations, but nope we hit 1 yesterday and it was bare. Chocolate milk though. We always prepare for food. However not this time. Luckily we put in a few oatmeals, a ...
... of America including Hawaii! It had a full panoramic view and soft silky sand. We braved the Pacific ocean up to waist height and there were some pretty fun waves on which others tried to surf. Before the beach we actually visited a fish restaurant and sat in the patio area, I had a lovely swordfish with fries and vegetables while Pat had a varied crab and lobster cobb.
Three hours later we boarded the trolley and completed the tour. We managed to squeeze in Old Town at ...
We travel with 3 GPS units, a Cobra Truck GPS, a Rand McNally RV GPS, and a TomTom. Every so often they are all disagree. The correct turn off Rt 8 was one of those times. We opted for the RV GPS. It had all pertinent info in it re: the coach - height, weight, length - all the necessities. The truck one did too, but since the RMcN got the directions by selecting the campground, what could go ...