BEST WESTERN South Bay Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Flight cancelled so chilling for a couple of hours awaiting next flight. San Diego has been a truly amazing experience, made all the more enjoyable by Reg and Kits hospitality and local knowledge. Now really excited about the next stop and our drive to Sedona and get this in a ford mustang...........to be ...
... I know it, it's time to go set up for the party. It takes one van, one larger SUV and my little Fiat to transport it all. My little rinky dink of a vehicle has the muy importante job of transporting the piņata. Actually, that's pretty much all that could fit in there without having anything damage it.
The party goers have a blast and so do some of the parents who stayed behind. Mad Science was the entertainment and the 'head scientist' ...
... amarena cherry, and it was accompanied by a pistachio gelato. It was wonderful, but very rich. This definitely is a desert to be shared by two or more guests. Our third dessert was the Salted Caramel Budino with whipped cream, candied peanuts, and an anise seed pizzelle. It was very good, not terribly rich, and with just the right amount of sweetness.
This was a wonderful and relaxing dining experience. We will definitely be return guests. I can't wait to see what creative ...
Uncle Matt, Luke and Nicole woke up very early today. packed their car and headed home to Scottsdale, Arizona. Uncle John, Aunt Liz, Uncle Uncle Mike and Aunt Anne came over for breakfast with the Scaffs. Gogo got lots of bagels, pots of coffee and some fruit for everyone to eat. Then the Scaffs packed their car and started to drive home to Martinez, California. Then the aunts and uncles packed their cars and ...
... start we had to decline.
We met a man named Frank at the end of the city, the last housing area. He was so nice, wanted to take us to REI for a GPS in case we got lost or hurt. He wanted to take us home to rest and eat, but again we were just starting. He rode in a 24-hour Moab, Utah ride. He pointed out a dirt trail going up a mountain to towers, and said he had ridden up that. Then he told me he could only use one leg. He ...