Big 7 Motel
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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A great day, the highlight of which was a 2 hours ferry cruise around the bay. Unbelievable naval "hardware" (don't mess with the USA on water) and a chillin stroll around the water front.
More later.....off to bed to get up early for the flight tomorrow.
Thanks so much to Kit & Reg, 3 days to remember, shame to leave you.
... He really knew how to put on a good show and engage the kids. At the end of the day, we were all pooped. We head back to T's home and lounge outside in the patio area. D whips up some wonderfully delicious drinks and we all relax until our eyes can't stay open any longer.
We all retire, knowing that the next day holds another busy day (they to school, me off to Vegas). It's been a wonderful start to this trip, especially visiting with T, E and D.
... items we will have to choose from on our next visit. Thank you, Cucina Urbana, for a fabulous night!"
From 505 Laurel Street, we took our yearly journey to Extraordinary Desserts. Not that we were still hungry by any means, but we love to look at their desserts. They are a work of art. This year's theme seems to be fresh flowers on top of whole desserts, or red rose petals and shaved chocolate on top of individual items. To be honest, and maybe it is just because we have gone ...
... LAX where they were going to take planes to Chicago and Dallas. Wow, the house was getting emptier and emptier! Gogo and Grandpa had to drive Kerry, Michael and Diego home because Uncle Luiz had left really early to go to work. Finally, Dad, Mom and Mason packed Gogo's Beetle and headed south to Chula Vista where they were going to visit with Dad's friend Marcus and his family, Raquel, Natalia and Sebastian.
... and rode up the hill with only one foot pedaling. I felt a bit guilty.
We are now sitting in a beautiful green, green hillside. Camp is set up. We were only able to get 23.94 miles for the day. We started late, retraced our path, changed plans and tomorrow will begin on a new route. We rode on Otay Lake Road with very little shoulder and quite a bit of traffic.
We then hit Hwy 94 with no shoulder and freeway speeds and ...