El Zalate Villas
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... 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 . ...
... Judy, Rachel, and Dani all used to race bikes with me when we all attended UC Davis. Now, Kristen is getting her pHD at Berkeley, Rachel is headed to UGA for hers, Dani's at law school in SF, I'm headed to NY for med school and Judy's still kickin ass getting her pHD in populations biology at UC Davis. We're going to be all over the place now so at times like these when we actually get to see each other all at once, it's pretty exciting. We exchanged stories from the summer, shared ...
... drank the local beer! Yes, I did.....not all of it though! Hehehe!
In the distance, the distinctive El Arco rock formation could easily be seen. According to the tour itinerary, we had the “best views” from this resort and could easily see the hole in the huge rock which was formed over years of massive erosion. ...
... with the bartender and an RAF helicopter mechanic who happened to be at the bar stool next to mine as he waited for his American girlfriend to arrive.
When the words "Time Marches On" were first laid down by Janine di Giovanni in reference to a Pope (perhaps much like Pope Francis of today), the reference was to the need to recognize that things change. Well, here they change as well; Kansas City BarBQ is not the same. ...
... on the beach,writing my travel log and closing my eyes in the warm foggy air that is the norm here. Planes were so loud and low that you felt you could reach up and touch them, but the cloud was so thick you couldn't see them. The all day ghost planes was getting quite annoying- I just wanted to see one!
We walked through the main little high street and it was full of weird herb shops and surfing clothes. You needed a beard and tattoos to fit in here combined ...