La Paloma Resort
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- Tennis Court
- Hot tub
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Refrigerator in room
- Outdoor pool
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TripAdvisor Reviews La Paloma Resort Rosarito
Travel Blogs from Rosarito
... Other than that the past few days have consisted of picking a place and walking that way. We started off with Gas Town which is about three blocks from here and is full of restaurants and bars. We have found our first TGI Fridays and ate there two days running. We had a walk up to balboa park which is home of the Zoo we will visit it soon. On Saturday night we went out and as we had just found out the oven didn't work we needed to let off some steam. We had a few drinks and ended ...
... br> More importantly, one of my really good friends, from back in the Nintendo days, has been living there, and this was a great chance to hang out and catch up with him. Mark is also an avid gym rat, so he dragged my overweight butt to the gym for a session. My shoulders were sore for a week. It took me a minute and a half (and several grunts) to get off the couch the next day. Other than that, Mark and his wife, Tania, ...
... 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 ...
... in use from (pretty sure) World War II to the end of around the early 90's. It was a self guided audio tour (perfectly designed for solo travellers like me) and you explore the ship from top to bottom. So much history! What I found the most interesting was the Captain quarters and all the different ranks (tiny sleeping areas for the nobodies). It really is a city on the water. That night I took myself out to a fancy dinner and caught up ...
... Trip Advisor walking tour. The further you walked to the northern part of this Italy, the more Mexican it felt! What really gave me a giggle was that the main drag was called Indian St., talk about multicultural! It was nice though, I walked past a couple of old men talking emphatically in Italian and enjoyed a nice cup of espresso in a little cafe. From Little Italy, I headed over to the Old Town State Historic Park better known as just Old Town. This place ...