Festival Plaza Hotel
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After a few days we have settled into the apartment. We convince ourselves that this must be the way of living here and are used to it. It's more like being a student and living in halls, only without the studying or partying. We got the oven repaired, a broom for the floor and some extra towels, all be it while we slept. We also learnt the way to avoid the row of homeless people further up the road and vowed not to return to the Burger King which they congregated. We were back ...
Before leaving for San Diego we make a tour of Palm Springs, we watch some beautiful houses and buildings built last century. After a very light lunch, in the early afternoon we drive in direction of San Diego. Our hotel is in an Island in front of the San Diego harbour and Bay, connected to the continent via a bridge. Its name is Coronado, and represents another nice discovery. The village is very calm and charming, with many victorian style houses, nice shops and ...
... so this was interesting, as none of us speak German. We had fun decorating and eating the extra parts.
It turned out pretty cool. Definitely a worthwhile Hanukah activity.
We got guitar picks from Lagunitas Brewing for Ryane. Luckily she brought her guitar. She and I attempted to sing Angel from Montgomery and sounded just like John Prine and Bonnie Raitt, in our heads. We will have to practice some more together ...
... afternoon. At least they weren’t lost, stolen or anything like that!
At 7:15am, the Legend of the Seas cruised down San Diego’s Bay towards the Pacific Ocean! My Panama Canal Cruise was just starting….I could feel the movement of the ship but you know what, I wasn’t motion sick at all!
My cruise was starting on a right foot!
... enough time to see and do everything, I felt that I would have a pretty good stab at it. By the end, I had seen more than I expected and had a marvelous time in this city.
I spent the rest of my arrival day exploring the Gaslamp Quarter, to which I asked ''Is this all?" (snob much?) and the waterfront area, the next day I had big plans. Breakfast, Gaslamp Quarter tour (just in case I was missing something), Little Italy, Old Town and Taco Tuesdays (Hello ...