Solana Beach and Tennis Club
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... was awake when we arrived and went with us to the pizza place. The next few days are going to be busy!! Jo Ann The day started with my dad and I going to volleyball while Jo Ann did all the last minute details before going to New York. Once I finished volleyball, we left for the airport. The plane left on time, good, and arrived in New York at about 10:00pm. We took a cab to our hotel. The cab ride was very ...
It was 11:30 pm and we planned on leaving by 1:30 am, so of course I got up and got myself ready for our adventure in Ireland. There was a nice thick fog on the mountain top and nervous Grammy wanted to get on the road, I just knew there would be fog all the way to San Diego. The fog lifted as we left Ballena and there was very light traffic, so, we arrived at the airport way too early. We had a bite to eat, and we were first in line at the United Airlines check-in ...
... the way we stopped into the beautiful town of Santa Barbara. Our first stop was the mission. Of the 21 missions in California it was the only one built with two bell towers. It was a beautiful and much more ornate than San Luis. However they charge for tours of the church and grounds so we decided to just view the inside of the church and visit their gift ...
... stands and lots of groves. The hills are steep and valleys are wide in northern San Diego county. We began to see something we could not identify form the distance. We got closer and discovered it was FIELDS of staked tomatoes.
We set on to La Jolla that we had missed on our way down the coast last week. We had lunch at El Pescador Fish Market and Grill. We had delicious sandwiches of fresh fish. They probably had the ...
... across from Petco Park. The beers were not anything special but it was a fun place to check out and we basically had the bar to ourselves. That night we met a very old friend of mine, Erin, who I haven’t seen more than once since high school. We enjoyed a tasty dinner of meatball sliders and amazing sides (brussel sprouts with bacon, mac and cheese, sweet potato fries) at Swine and Soda, and then wandered next door to Polite Provisions to have a drink ...
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