Fiesta Inn Tijuana Otay
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... a curiosity, they had their kids' ancestry/DNA mapped. The grandfather commented, "How amazing is it that these children have roots throughout England, Russia, and look the way they do - as well as strong roots in Africa?" Oh, I forgot to mention this man is Black. He has these beautiful newborn - "white" - grandchildren. He was just off a stay in New Jersey, a two week trip from San Diego, and was in the TJ airport waiting for a flight ...
... a few views of the ocean. Then we received the call our room was ready. We are in room 203. Beautiful room, area very tropical. The hotel consists of several buildings, 2 pools, 2 restaurants, and gorgeous landscaping. The buildings all face a marina with boats. We explored after we checked in. An outdoor wedding was going on. Love the room, wood shutters, microwave, and fridg. We even have a Kurig coffee maker in our room. Plan to rest up a bit and go have a drink at the pool ...
Today Antonio and me woke up and found out that the gas tank was empty so we went to go get a full thank of gas. After that we decided to go eat out a La Diferencia Restaurant and that place was expensive. We spent 843 pesos in that place but the food was good so its alright. Also tried their cockroaches that they sold there. After grabbing lunch we went to go watch a movie ...
... Mexico at the
moment and what I should and shouldn’t do, which was hilarious as I was on my
way back to America not going into Mexico.
Funny old world isn’t it. He completes
the check and all clear so go back to the bus.
On the way back just past San Diego we call into a place
called Oldtown, stop for dinner, but I was so taken with the place I just
walked around, there were markets and restaurants and in the market there was ...
... waiting, but they left us alone, and we them. Our bus driver eventually showed up (the bus had been there all along), and beckoned us in as she finished stuffing a breakfast sandwich into her face. The bus took us through the city and slightly out of it, and headed through Balboa park, the city's largest green space. We knew the zoo was in the park, so as soon as we saw signs for it, we hopped off the bus, and soon discovered that we had been a little ...