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Today we made our way down to the city of San Diego, to start off with we went to a state monument called 'Cabrillo'. Its is a monument which marks the location Juan Rodriguez Cabrillo, as the first European, set foot on what is now the West Coast of the United States. In addition to telling the story of 16th century exploration, the park is home to a wealth of cultural and natural resources. It also has a great vantage point of ...
I really like San Diego. It has a lot of parks and museums and it has some very cute, Spanish plazas and alleys. We went to the Midway Aircraft Museum which is a ship by the wharf that was built in the 1950's and is now used as a museum. I found everything very interesting. We had a little picnic with corn chips and strawberries afterwards on the grass. I can't remember most of it. Here are the ...
... debate in my mind, I decided this was going to be 'my ride' on this journey.
After a thorough inspection and a bit of tetris-ing (my luggage doesn't quite fit in the boot flat, lol), we are off to my first stop. I navigate my way to T's, thanks to the GPS, and find myself pulling into a lovely little complex. It's Spanish influenced, warm and welcoming (like my friend and her family).
T greets me ...
... good choice to accompany Italian food.
We were seated by a adorable hostess with a big smile. She walked at a slow pace and asked how our day had been. She addressed who our server would be and wished us a good evening. Our served quickly approached, also with a smile, and welcomed us. He told us about the specials and was fluent in answering any questions we had. The table was nicely sat, and all utensils, plates, and glasses were clean. The noise level was appropriate for ...
... to take me from San Francisco to San Diego…but I missed it. Luckily, Cleo and Yasmin were driving to LA on the same day and kindly offered to take me there, and from LA I could then catch the connection to San Diego. The road trip was good fun (an actual fun road trip!), but to say we cut it fine is a bit of an understatement…we somehow managed to rock in to the station just as my bus was due to leave. Considering the traffic we had been ...