La Quinta Inn San Diego Scripps Poway
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... before I come home! Sunday was Dave's birthday so lots of delicious food was had that day; I will forever crave Swedish pancakes and strawberry & rhubarb pie. Mumma Henn hosted her first Cookie Lee night last week too - it's essentially like a Tupperware party but with jewellery - awesome. This week I have been in the wars a fair bit - I have a bad infection and have difficulty moving because of the pain, but the antibiotics should start kicking it's butt about this ...
... We probably swam for about 2-3 hours, my little aquamen. We headed back down and hung out. I went back in forth in the room resting while the others played and messed around. Dinner was made! Ribs and a beet salad. It was so good! And if course, a delicious glass of wine. Laundry was done and we eventually headed to bed. We have to leave by nine tomorrow to see Jackie (Matt's cousin) and Avah her daughter on our way to my aunt Denny's house. So therefore I am saying ...
... one of course! Also, we asked the guy at the exit what the national speed limit was in California, his response was 'just do what you have to do to keep up with traffic', interesting... The journey down to San Diego was really good, I really enjoyed the drive (apart from driving nearby to the gang district, but after that it was fine). And now here we are, in the most beautiful resort having just had some yummy food down by the marina. It's just a shame we ...
... our view of both Mexico and the San Diego skyline.
We drove through Balboa Park for an overview of the museums and gardens.
Next we traveled to Old Town, San Diego's original location. Many of the buildings are original and the others historically restored. Our favorite was the Casa de Estudillo, a historic adobe home. It is a fine example of Spanish architecture and is listed as a National Historic Landmark.
We marked Old Town for more exploration ...
... the day. We both enjoyed a quick breakfast before heading to the Zoo.
Our walk to the zoo was rather uneventful, although neither of us was expecting the steepness of the San Diego hills. Although we had originally though the walk to be an easy hike, we got quite a workout from it. Once in the zoo we spent a whole day admiring different kinds of wildlife. The zoo is incredibly big with several different specimens. A whole day is needed ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed