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... to check into our hotel and stroll down to Little Italy for some dinner. The "Queenstown Public House" was a remodeled residence adjacent to the city's firefighting museum with a cozy and intimate porch outdoor seating area, optimally designed for open-air dining in San Diego's too-good-to-be-true evening temperatures. An array of exquisitely crafted sangrias accompanied an indulgent spread of cured meats, lightly-fried veggies and a ...
... fast so we got margarita commuter cups and waited in line. It only took about 20 minutes and we were back in America. When Tank and Doreen returned with their shiny clean teeth it was time for fresh drinks and dinner.
Friday, February 27. Even as we eased into the morning, we had no clue where to stay tonight. We thought about spending one more night here or going another 40 miles and try out the Hot Spring. Sini wanted to donate some more money ...
... in the showroom which was Dave Levesque who is a comedian that plays the fiddle, he was OK.
November 15th Saturday
Another sea day, lectures and digital workshop classes and our walk. The weather really changed since last night, it went from hot and humid to cool and low humidity and very windy. We crossed the equator last night at 10:30. Our walk around the deck at lunch time was a bit challenging with the wind. The temp. was only 19C but with the wind it seemed a ...
... around most of it. The drive home was uneventful with less chatter as everyone was tired. I was pleased that we were the first ones to be dropped back at our hotel. I think that is the first time that we have been first.
Meals continue to be an issue. There is nothing around us. Geoff goes down to reception and has a chat, he comes back telling me that he has ordered pizza. ...
... a woman that insisted on telling me all about her daughter who has moved to Oxford UK, got aback to the hotel, and saw that Southern California were expecting storms from the remnants of hurricane Norbert, and Dolly that would mean flash floods along my route to Palm Springs. So sadly I had to cancel my last day in SD to get to PS before the storms. And before anyone thinks I'm being dramatic, flash floods in the desert are ...