Americas Best Value Padre Trail Inn
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... old Boxer puppy and he made me miss my boy Lincoln, so of course I had to go over and pet him for a while. The pup was so fun loving and excited for the attention. There have been so many dogs around this city, which is nice to see. After my puppy loving session I wandered the streets of downtown San Diego. It is a very clean city, and the people seemed friendly enough, always saying hello back to me. But it’s still a city. And I found that even ...
... enjoyed a Thai evening meal followed by cocktails... understated and undramatic - perfect before our next BIG city stop! Guess...
Yes, this place really has everything at your fingertips. Unfortunately, for the short city-hopping ladies of leisure we've become, we simply didn't have enough time to do all that we wanted. After a while, a city is a city, a beach is a beach... but that ...
... the Pacific Coast Highway. Honorable Mention: A very large man dancing on the Jumbo-tron with his shirt pulled up and "TACO" tattooed on his belly
Quote of the Day: "I apologize for my employees. Those boys will never bother you again. So when is your contract up?" - Wayne Woods talking about when Troy Polamalu first walked into his pharmacy. Honorable Mention: Whatever string of obscenities was said towards my terrible driving.
... of rain and thunderstorms. We drove up to the Balboa Park and took out our bikes to explore the bike and this is all the freebies we discovered:
- the Visitor Center in an old 1915 house
- Panama Plaza: with a big fountain, statues and a lot of amazing old buildings around
- Alcazar garden: Spanish style with Moorish tiles - which we found in other gardens in the park too
- Palm Canyon: we walked down ...
... We shopped, again, at Gap and a random store called Pink Zone. We ate, again, at a cute little cafe called Cup, with amazing cupcakes and espresso coffee.
We also encountered an incredible photo opportunity at a little swimming beach originally designed for kids but taken over by hundreds of seals! We got within 10 metres of them, and saw their awkward but cute way ...