Hotel Las Palmas
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... down to minus 22 last week! What?!?!?
Tonight for dinner we are going for Mexican as San Diego has a pretty good reputation for its Mexican food. Hopefully that will be followed by a few cheeky drinks! Tomorrow we have a free day so Paul and I are going to go to Sea World to see Shamou the Killer Whale and so much more!
I bought an American SIM card today so ...
... great hospitality and fabulous smiles. We went in their backyard to chat and have a nice glass of water. Snacked on some yummy shrimp and bread while they prepped dinner. For dinner we had some wonderful steak and potatoes. It was so nice to have a home cooked meal. Hugh taught aunt Cathy how to play spot-it, a really ...
We stayed on board and learned different things from the guide than we had heard previously. Shortly thereafter we departed the trolley to explore Old Town. The restored buildings encircling a large square truly reminded us that at one time the area was the wild west. Following our guide Jeanette's earlier recommendation, ...
... so the screaming children and unbearable lines were at a minimum.
At first we were absolutely dumbfounded by the sheer size (or perceived size) of the zoo. The map was enormous and, like most zoos, made absolutely no sense. In the end we just decided to keep turning left – hopefully that would lead us around the whole thing. The zoo was, unfortunately, a little disappointing. ...
... signaled us goodbye, a sure sign of good luck. It came true. I got to see my grandpa, my uncles, my cousins, and we all played our family tradition of having a family football game. I had unusually good luck that trip, too. At the airport, I found twenty bucks, I got a free sandwich at this place because they forgot to add cheese, and, I saw Jerry Rice. Since then, I have always believed in the power of luck, superstition, and ...