Blue Whale Resort
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... Rd into Chula Vista and I-5 south to San Ysidro. This was where the active duty US Marine crossed onto Mexico by mistake and couldn't get out for a year because he had some antique guns in his car.
After taking the appropriate pictures and texting them to my peeps, I headed to the closest Harley dealer to get my bike cleaned. The folks at Sweetwater H-D in National City, north of Chula Vista, were great. They had a ...
... celebrating about midnight.
The highlight of the house is the backyard. We are surrounded by houses and an apartment complex but the space is completely private with a hot tub!!
The LR had no lighting other than spotlights so we went to Brother Benno's thrift shop and purchased this fine piece.
... never ceases to amaze with its sheer range of choice and the quality of the food on offer. It actually made a pleasant change not to eat out and we had a lovely spag bog in our apartment before again retiring to bed fairly early. We're more or less over our jet lag, but our busy days mean that our nights are still fairly early. We've decided to have an easy morning on the beach tomorrow and then go into San Diego in the afternoon and evening...it promises to be another great day ...
... the latter was the street where Pretty Woman was filmed. The area was gorgeous, it was pristine and lined with designer stores, art galleries, incredible jewellery shops and bistros. We moved on and visited the LA farmers market - an area with over 50 stalls selling different types of freshly made food. Food is incredible in LA and thankfully most places are independent and not part of a chain making them feel and taste authentic. We indulged in ...
... Monkey enclosure. We have been to a lot of zoos around the world but the rumours proved to be correct about San Diego zoo, the environment the animals have is superior to any we have ever seen. One of my favourite bits of information was that the polar bears' water was set to 55 degrees Fahrenheit, 14 degrees higher than the arctic as they had become real San Diegans and got used to the amazing temperatures in this part of the world. They haven't started eating nachos ...