The Italian Bed and Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... 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 ...
... many species that I haven't seen before at zoos that I've visited so I wasn't super amazed by it all. But the Danish girl I was with spent most of the day in awe which was definitely refreshing. The weather got hot really quickly so we were taking regular breaks from walking and getting out of the heat whenever possible. We also went to see a show that they had on but turns out it was aimed at little kids so when a group of 19 year olds were sitting there watching we were all ...
... to see what they advise, but I pretty sure they will say buy the license because they get the money. We are also running around fixing things like glasses and shopping for that last minute, we must have items, that we don't know if they have this or not in Mexico. I'm sure they do have everything and more in Mexico, you just may have to drive a few hundred miles. The, expectation is that it won't be available in Mulege or Loreto. I'm thinking ...
... whole plate!! These ribs were covered in smoked hickory sauce ( the secret to all the good American food) and were possibly the most tender thing I have eaten. The meat just fell away from the bone- no knife or fingers required ( that I was disappointed about!) After I had my 2 x margueritas served in a mason jar ( totally stealing that for when I get back ) we took off to walk dinner off. The street is so busy with people having a look. We were ...
... amarena cherry, and it was accompanied by a pistachio gelato. It was wonderful, but very rich. This definitely is a desert to be shared by two or more guests. Our third dessert was the Salted Caramel Budino with whipped cream, candied peanuts, and an anise seed pizzelle. It was very good, not terribly rich, and with just the right amount of sweetness.
This was a wonderful and relaxing dining experience. We will definitely be return guests. I can't wait to see what creative ...