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... 8217; by the Red Hot Chili Peppers, until the cabin crew told us to take off our headphones and pay attention.
Soon, we reached the bit we were dreading – the USA customs and immigration officials. We stood in line for nearly an hour, waiting for our turn. When we reached the desk the immigration official was very pleasant, and didn’t ask us any more difficult questions than where had we been, where were we staying, and ...
... nap, which did me a world of good. I was at least able to function. We took a nice walk with Riley, their cute little Havanese pup, had some wine, chatted some more and went to bed.
I took the dog for a walk in the morning while Terry went to the store. Ran into two of his neighbors who knew who I was. (this is what happens when you have a dog and you walk it- you meet all of your neighbors!) They recognized ...
... trip took us through Balboa Park which is the largest urban park in the US, bigger even than Central Park in New York. In its grounds is the San Diego Zoo, gardens, museums and theatres and several grand buildings that were built as part of an exhibition held in San Diego in 1915. Rather than completing the loop we got off at the second last stop, Little Italy, as that is where our hotel is. No prizes for guessing what type of restaurant we dined in ...
... to see a game here).
We drove back south to our campsite via the Coronado Island scenic route, stopping off at Imperial beach (The last US beach before you hit Mexican soil). It was here that the day got really fun. After our 30 minute stroll we jumped back in our reliable old car only to turn the key and hear the dreaded click click click. What the F... The battery is dead. We have been here before. This is the same ...
... overlooks the water.
Next stop was Oldtown State National Park in the Oldtown Neighbourhood of San Diego. This town was first settled by the Spanish for a short time before being taken over by the Mexicans in about 1820. It commemorates the early days of the town of San Diego and includes many historic buildings from the period 1820 to 1870. The park was established in 1968. In 2005 and 2006, Old Town San Diego as the most visited state park in ...