La Quinta Inn San Diego Scripps Poway
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... would play that tune. Funny. We saw Matt Latos pitch for the Dodgers. He was no better against the Padres than he was against us. Their manager had to fight with the umpires as usual. I was surprised he wasn't kicked out of the game. I struggled to see a glimpse of Mark MacGwire, but was unable to see him. As a pitching coach he has his work cut out for him with some of the Dodger players. We had to leave at the end ...
... again, the best I've ever had.
Following dinner, we ventured out into the shopping area to see if we could find any goodies. If you know me, which you probably do if you're reading this, you know if I go shopping, I will find goodies. And I did. At Tafoya and Son Pottery, a little shop with a wooden porch and tiles molded into the dirt floor, I bought a small clay pot, which I intend to use on my desk for storing paper clips. Mom also bought a clay gecko, repping the Grinnell ...
... this morning had taken it out of us so we had a wee nap then it was out for a late dinner and a few drinks at a place called Double Deuces. Today was another travel day mainly so unfortunately there isn't a great lot to tell. I love San Diego already though. It's got such a laid back vibe! I'm excited for what the next four days hold! Love love ...
... LA Dodgers take on the LA Angels. We were lucky enough to see a Grand Slam, ie. home run clearing all 4 bases.
To keep Elliot entertained, we headed off to Legoland and spent a fun day there. Elliot loved it, whilst the Kvams headed off to visit the aircraft carrier moored in the docks.
San Diego really deserves a lot longer than 2 days and it may just be somewhere we revisit one day. Highly recommended! ...
It was another cold night in Joshua Tree yesterday so we welcomed the sun when we woke up this morning. We left straight after breakfast to head to San Diego where we would be camping for a night or two. The journey took 3 hours as we arrived at the campsite after a lunch stop at Lucha Libre, a Mexican taco restaurant. The campsite is called KOA and is a chain ...