Extended Stay America - San Diego - Sorrento Mesa
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... br> We have sushi for dinner and walk a bit more. After this, we do a drive through of Little Italy and head back to the hotel. San Diego has captivated us. We would like to return at some point and spend more time in this wonderful city.
Tomorrow we fly home. Give me a day or so and like all the other blogs I will wrap things up with my comments on the entire trip. It's been grand, and so was my traveling companion.
... a resort, and even had a chef on call 24 hours a day for patients! That, plus complimentary massages and live classical music!
We also took a drive up to 'The Lookout'; an amazing spot high up on the ranch, with views for hundreds of miles - very picturesque!
I had another few horse riding lessons and got to do some archery as well (a favourite of mine, mainly because I don't suck at it). Yesterday afternoon ...
After a lazy Friday we resolve to make the most of our remaining few days.
On Saturday we get up early and head for Sea World at San Diego. Unfortunately it seems that half of LA has decided to head south that morning and a journey that should have taken us under 2 hours ends up taking us nearer to 5. Along the way we stop at a town called Oceanside to investigate ...
... and right after that, our faces appeared on the big screen as we cheered for our five seconds of fame, delighting both Angie and Jeff as neither had ever been on the screen before.
The points scored in the third inning remained the only ones in the entire game, although both teams got pretty close a few times. In the ninth inning they brought out the so-called closer (the pitcher who is supposed to end the game by having the opposing team strike ...
... arrive at the apartment about 4.30 and we have a few glasses of fizz before heading to La Jolla Hotel for Lobster night. We had been recommended to go the La Jolla Hotel by the group of San Diego pilots we had met while in Singapore. After meeting them in Singapore, they had said to contact them once we were in San Diego and they would make suggestions of things to do. One of the suggestions, was to go to La Jolla and watch the sunset. As it turns out ...