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For the 4th of July Angie and Jeff had a real treat planned: we were going to downtown San Diego to watch a baseball game between the Padres and the Giants, and then watch the fireworks over the big bay of San Diego.
It was a glorious day. Warm sunshine greeted us even early in the morning and we packed a picnic and some wine to enjoy after the match. Th feared traffic jams on the freeway were nowhere to be found and we made it to San Diego in ...
... the WWII was ended. I'm sure everyone knows the famous photograph: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Kissi ng_the_War_Goodbye.jpg
There are trolleys and buses which run pretty frequently and there are even schedules on the bus stops (not that common in the US). You can buy 1/2/3 and 4-day passes which cost respectively 5/9/12 and 15 USD plus 2 USD for the plastic card itself. There is even a trolley line which will take you right ...
... acres of vegetables and fruit, whole sections of the road perfumed by ripe strawberries. Fans of Steinbeck novels can't fail to recognise the land about which he wrote. Seventy five years on, the majority of fields are still harvested by the Mexican populations who migrate across the border for this demanding work. It appears little has changed, except maybe his graphic descriptions didn't include a landscape swathed in parts in plastic sheeting and polytunnels.
... she got us there just after the park opened. We had booked in for a 2hr Caravan Tour for $95 which takes you out into the exhibits on the back of a truck.
To walk the entire park it takes about 6 hours, unfortunately, we didn't have that much time but got to check out the gorgeous Gorillas, they even had a little baby with them, got some good pics of them later in the day he was super cute!
It was amazing to see how many babies there were in ...
... because he always eats all he orders and usually half of mine, too! Kelsey had a Buda Bowl which was fabulous. It was a coconut milk brother with mushrooms, onions, & peppers on top of udon noodles. It came with a side of Sirracha to spice it up if you so desired. Neal had fish tacos which came with an elote' blend of corn, black beans and onion. I had the green chile tamales...yum! There were two tamales which was more than I could eat. I wish ...