La Paloma Resort
- Tennis Court
- Refrigerator in room
- Outdoor pool
- Swimming pool
- Microwave in room
- Non-smoking rooms
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... a menorah to Cory and they did.
Unfortunately, in all the planning and shopping and packing, the menorah got left on the shelf next to the Cory's kitchen table in San Diego. Yes, yes, even the best laid plans... The menorah we planned to use was special ordered by Robbie Newell and Charlie Heffernan for Bobby when they were living in Indonesia and we were visiting. I don't think they normally sell menorahs in Indonesia, so ...
Had breakfast at the navy lodge, complementary. Yogurt, hard boiled egg and a bagel. After breakfast we walked the beach and saw a boat a boat grounded on the beach. We were at the zoo when it opened at 9an and stayed until almost 4. Walked 6.5 miles through the zoo. Was able to see the Giant Panda up close. Did the Backstage Tour ($99/peach). At the tour we petted and fed a rhino, fed flamingos, pet a sloth and another small animal. Got very close ...
... who retired last fall after 39 years with the local phone
company. "Always an adventurous guy, Clint had a plan that, come spring,
he would ride across the country on his bike. When our daughter Kelly
got engaged and decided to get married in Newport Beach, California,
Clint altered his plan and is biking to the wedding. He shipped his
bike to family in northern ...
... you get in Mexico. Not sure I agree with this.. The food I had was very nice, but by no means the best Mexican I've ever had! And I'm from Europe, haha! Can't wait to have a burrito at George's favourite cantina in San Jose! After lunch we went to Ocean Beach, which was another massive white beach in the northern part of San Diego. I tried to find a patch for my collection in a few of the souvenir shops, but was unsuccessful. ...
... in itself was very interesting but was made even more-so by a visit from several dolphins (although sadly I didn't get any photographs), a whole gathering of lazy sea-lions (again, no decent photographs), and a low flying pelican (now that I did get in camera).
After the cruise came Old Town, San Diego - known as the birthplace of California, mainly because it's been around for a long time. It's a very Mexican place, from the style ...