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... of the scenic drive for another day and went off in search of a beach! We found the perfect little, quiet beach at Mission Bay where we sat for ages enjoying the last of the sunshine! Tonight we discovered that the Cheesecake Factory is also a restaurant so we treated ourselves to a lovely dinner, followed by cheesecake!! There menu for cheesecake flavours is 2 pages long!! And we all chose the white chocolate and blueberry cheesecake and it was absolutely delicious, yum ...
... Star of India, the oldest working sailing ship in the
US, the pirate ship used in the Pirates of the Caribbean and featured in other movies. The
sky was clear and the view of Mexico excellent as we cruised past Point Loma Lighthouse
and The Cabrillo Monument. Impressed as we were by the North Island Naval base and the
Nuclear Submarine base, we must admit that the sight of sea lions with the pups was a
sentimental favorite. The colony lives on ...
... are very busy at this joint, but low and behold there were 3 in a row! As I approached I noticed there was already a drink at one seat, with a girl sitting next to it. Putting two and two together that she was with someone and saving his/her seat, I thought, 'Oh well, I guess I'll just stand'. So I go to the very end and try to get a drink from the bartender. Then, out of the corner of my eye I see her start to slide towards ...
... an in-the-city oasis of culture, entertainment and sightseeing. It is an urban cultural park with more than a dozen museums, an outdoor concert - Spreckels Organ Pavillion, and the famous Old Globe Theatre among others. Activities are plenty in the park including fortune-telling, music, and games.
The Old Town San Diego is a frequent visit for many San Diego residents as well as tourists. Within Old Town there are three Park ...
... that he drove down to San Felipe, Mexico to pick us up and transport us to Palm Springs at the end of July as well as drove us back down to the boat a few days ago. Muchas gracias, senor!
After squeezing items in every conceivable nook and cranny of Brad’s jeep ( I believe what we accomplished is called a blivid according to www.urbandictionary.com), we headed off to the small border crossing at Algodones. There was absolutely no ...