Lion's Head Guest House Bed and Breakfast
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... by the Indians, the history you are looking at and how well it has been preserved. The church itself was beautiful inside. It is an active church with early mass. We stopped in the chapel and lit a candle for our moms. We skipped the museum for time, although we could have spent all morning there. The largest pier was next, at Oceanside, complete with a restaurant at the end, tons of people and a very comfortable pelican. The views of the beaches and surfers look just like the ...
... care of last minute preparations. The scene on the docks is a marine version of Santa's workshop. All the boaters are the elves. We're all consumed with last minute projects. We all have been amazed at the folks in the local boating industry. Nearly every boater we have talked with has made a call to some business in the area needing help. No one has been turned down. These outfits just keep sending workers. It's great. Bob had 4 people on ...
... times, this is the first year I can honestly say we weren't impressed. I usually take lots of pictures, but this year I took none because nothing stood out as being exceptionally beautiful. Too bad.
Back at the room, we immediately open the doors to let in the cool ocean breezes and got ready for bed. Neal Erwin got caught up on the British Open scores on TV while Kelsey and I checked in through email and Facebook. Off to dreamland...tomorrow is another day.
... 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 ...
... activity, so we ventured to Balboa Park. You could spend several days here and not see everything that they have. We had a healthy lunch at the Grow Cafe. It just so happens that the the Museum of Photographic Art is right next door to the cafe, so we figured why not? From October through February the museum is showing the Ruud Van Empel: Strange Beauty exhibit. Each of these works is a collage of many of Van Empel's ...