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I spent today with my niece Traci and all or part of the rest of the family at various times during the day, visiting and touring some of the highlights of the San Diego area. Comedian Lewis Black once commented that the easiest job in the country is as a weather reporter in San Diego. News anchor: "So what's the weather forecast going to be today and tomorrow?" Weather reporter: "Nice. Back to you." Truth. ...
I ordered the house red sangria that was heavy with brandy and wonderful. It was very refreshing, but enough flavor to make you want more. The sangria was served in a pint-sized Mason jar which tied in the theme nicely with the kitchen tables in the dining area. One of my dining mates had a drink consisting of apple bourbon, basil, and pear cherry puree...if you ware a bourbon lover, you will never forget that apple bourbon. The special house beer is the ...
... wine, all downed with a big smile. It was fuel for our upcoming walk to famous San Diego zoo the following day.
The walk had us venturing through Balboa Park and Old Town San Diego. It was here we started to feel a bit of warmth toward San Diego, "San Diego seems a very liveable city don't you think?"..."Yep!". Onward we went to the Zoo. We spent a good few hours in the Zoo, starting with the cable car which takes you to the ...
... 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 ...
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 ...