Days Inn Encinitas Moonlight Beach near Legoland
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... for a couple of nights, then onto Oceanside and then settled in at Vista where Po wil stay15 days while I go back to work.
I can really see why people live here; what a great combination of ocean beaches, mountains
and not a lack of things to do.. so many active people all around. We are really enjoying this ...
... where the trip were eating . Very well behaved girls from a private school and an American guide for the trip who took total charge so this seemed a doddle of a school trip for the teachers! Next day Lyn was meeting her friend in town and ending at the zoo which worked perfectly as we could drive in ,I was dropped at the zoo and met them mid way through the day as they arrived from the Space Museum and we could then drive home again in the pm. . ...
... port wine sauce app and the apple pie dessert. For entrees, we had lobster tacos and paella. Had to get our last bit of seafood! Back to the house and chatted with Mark and Sue and sat with Otis, their friendy black lab. Dave and Vicki, you would have loved Otis! We became good friends with him!
Heading to Goodyear, AZ to catch an instructional league game at the Reds Goodyear Spring Training stadium. So, adios until then.
... way. It was very relaxing and a nice end to our weekend. From Temecula, we drove back along the coast and stopped in Cardiff so Husb could pick up some “Cardiff crack” aka tri tip beef marinaded in a secret recipe of burgundy pepper sauce. You can only get it at the Seaside Market in Cardiff and we had been told not to miss it. After some chatting about dreaming of living in Encinitas, we headed back to Laura’s in San Diego planning to grill out ...
... with a large Christmas tree overlooking it. At the centre of the complex was a huge fountain which the water danced to music, lasers and lights. On an evening a free Christmas show was put on with huge gas flames shooting over the fountain and flames dancing in the centre of the water. Snow was then blown over the spectators while watching it. Very Christmassy and the kids loved it. (We had only left ...