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From there we parked on Mission and State Street and walked through to Old Town in Santa Barbara. This was another good 5 mile hike. One interesting highlight is Ablitt House. Click on the photo to find out about this remarkable building.
On to Los Angeles, or should I say through Los Angeles. Maureen was thrilled to be driving in downtown ...
... I have seen. We traveled a few streets to La Jolla Cove and Seal beach. We were not disappointed since the seals were there and we could get down to them. NEAT! Gorgeous and expensive area. Right on the corner at the beach was a retirement home. Must require some MAJOR bucks.
Then we headed to Bobbi Natural Gelato. This is NOW my best ever gelato.
The highest point in San Diego county is Mt. Soledad . ...
... went back to gnarly's in Baja Malibu. We had few night caps and talked ****. Gnarly has some tequila that was just about the best tequila I've ever had. Like you could sip this **** it's so nice. We smoked bit then hit the hay, hoping for some decent surf in the morning. Gnarlys house is pretty good, spa, pool table, cable TV and a wicked top outside lookout area. We woke up round 7am and headed down the beach at Baja Malibu, déjà vu. The surf was pretty ...
... us a fortune in cabs- and don't forget about tips! The zoo is so big! First order once everyone arrived was a zoo bus tour. This takes you all around to give you an idea of where everything is, and narrated by the lovely driver. It gave us a chance to see some of the animals that are usually hiding during the day- they know their feed times and wait for their keepers - so we got to see some grizzlies in the morning that weren't out by the time we got back - you get the drift ...
... drove over to La Jolla Shores beach and rode the bike path for a while. It was the first time in almost 20 years that I rode a bike along the Pacific Ocean. The odors of the ocean and the banana sun tan lotion certainly brought back memories. Ahh, so nice.
And for dinner, 'real' Chinese, as I remember it ...