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... town. On the way back I fell asleep - absolutely knackered from the day and not having got much sleep. I slept with my head in my hands, the most comfortable I could get without illegally putting my feet up on the seats which Ray the rebel did. We arrived back and got back to the car. We drove to the hotel where we used the wifi for a bit, emailing Ben with an update and then heading north to Malibu. The maps didn't work so I was counting on road signs to ...
... bought a 12 pack before going in. I ended up go with a girl to a private room while, well who cares what Antonio did cause I sure had fun. We didn't get out of the club until 3AM and before heading home we decided to go grab some tacos again and yes TACOS was our food to munch on while intoxicated. After that we just headed back and slept because we had a big day tomorrow cause were heading to Baja California, ...
... one street? The bus driver who is
Mexican says that if we want to buy anything you have to barter and he gives us
3 supposedly reputable dealers, one being a silversmith another one being a
leather merchant and the other is a restaurant. It is mainly full of little trinket shops and
souvenirs, as it is gone 12 I go and have lunch at the restaurant, shrimp
fajitas, which is very nice. I then walk
the street. It is a very warm day and
most of the places ...
... who have tickets for the baseball game. We enjoy a great evening with them watching the game. We enjoyed watching Cameron Maybin from Asheville on the Padres and he grew up with our son, playing against him in little leagure for many years. Then we head back to Kelly and Curtis's house to spend the night in their cute and stylish southwestern townhouse.
... personally stayed in this one that was near by Avenida Revolucion and Plaza Rios and near the border. The sorroundings were fine and there were nice taco shops just around the corner. For the price of $42 + tax per night this hotel was great. It is shown as a 3.5 star hotel, but to me it should be either a 4 or 4.5 star hotel. The rooms are nice and they look that were remodeled just yesterday. Hotel name was Hotel Palacio Azteca.