BEST WESTERN Cabrillo Garden Inn
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Everyone around us seemed quite happy with the rain, but we were walking! So we sat down and drank our coffees and waited for the rain to abate.
After a while it did settle down so we took the opportunity and headed out and walked down the street about 10 minutes to a little shop called Hale Ukelele.
It started pouring again when we were almost there, so by the time we got inside we were pretty wet!
It was quite a small little shop, but there were ...
... at the monuments, the historical displays, and walking the trails before heading into Ocean Beach. Ocean Beach is a throwback to the Sixties with many surf shops, restaurants, bars, lots of beach bums, ex-hippies and saw more than a few head shops. All of the shops line both sides of Newport Street. We had been advised to go to a legendary burger joint called Hodads. When we arrived there was a long line-up outside so we walked down to OB Pier which is the longest concrete pier ...
... in the blistering heat of Phoenix Arizona, But it was only that day, after we had said goodbye to our wonderfully generous hosts, Clare and Bevan; only after we had taken a wrong turn finding our way out of Phoenix; only after we had stopped for fuel in the blistering desert heat of Gila Bend; only then, charging across south-west Arizona, wondering where we would go next, did we finally accept the obvious,Team Elephant was on the move and a ...
... empty, and had some hot food and free drinks (gin & tonic please). We hung out there for a little over an hour and then boarded our Air China flight for home.
About 12 hours later and 4 hours before we left Beijing (we left Beijing at 9 PM Friday and arrive in Los Angeles at 5 PM Friday), we were at LAX. Our great friend, Sharon Schwab, came and picked us up at the airport. We went to a restaurant with her, a friend, her son Shane and my sister-in-law, Debra. ...
... food. It was authentic food that did not have the normal seasoning that most of the other Mexican restaurants had. The rest of old town had a lot of tourist gifts shops, bars and squares. They had a lot of day of the dead gifts in the gift shops, which is actually not celebrate much here, but more in Mexico. Seeing all this stuff made me wonder if I was still in USA. There were a few old building that were turned into ...