San Diego Days Inn (Hollister)
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... town plaza with churches on either end but the rest of the town looks like a bomb has gone off. As we walked the deserted streets, there were only a few people around but there were lots of dogs everywhere. As we walked we found where all the people were, at the local market. You can buy staple items here, there were butchers selling beef, pork, lamb, chicken, fish and some type of red meat that had long hair on it. You could also buy fruit, vegetables, rices, and flowers. The place ...
... Highway, LA bound once again. Less exciting was getting stuck in the infamous LA traffic for a couple of hours, but by the evening all was forgotten as we made it to the hotel and all caught up. Taking the car back in the evening was a sad affair, saying goodbye to the beast after nearly 4000 miles!
The four of us decided to get straight into the action and the following day was spent at Disneyland, which was incredible! The day was jam packed, with the first ride ...
... off the cliff and the gliders would gently skip down the slope as the wind lifted them up and they were off and sailing through the skies back and forth along the coast. All of the brightly colored parachutes were so pretty sailing through the air,it was just mesmerizing.As they came in to land they would adjust the chute, stall slightly and gently touch down, then turn and put the parachute on the ground. To see the look of pure joy and excitement on the faces ...
... debate in my mind, I decided this was going to be 'my ride' on this journey.
After a thorough inspection and a bit of tetris-ing (my luggage doesn't quite fit in the boot flat, lol), we are off to my first stop. I navigate my way to T's, thanks to the GPS, and find myself pulling into a lovely little complex. It's Spanish influenced, warm and welcoming (like my friend and her family).
T greets me ...
... Kelsey had a Chocolate Tart with a Cocoa Nibs bottom crust, and drizzled with a thick chocolate sauce. It was wonderful, but very rich. I had Napolle stuffed with lemon mousse and drizzled with blueberries and a blueberry reduction. All were wonderful, but we decided my Napolles were the best of the three desserts.
The general consensus for Cucina Urbana is that Kelsey and I loved it and would go back, but Neal Erwin thought it was just okay, although he couldn't ...