La Villa de Zaragoza
Travel Blogs from Tijuana
After a few days visiting with my brother and his family in San Diego, Sofia and me headed down to Tijuana. We flagged down a taxi and went to our hotel - La Villa de Zaragoza. Our hotel room was certainly nothing special, maybe a step or two down from a Motel 6 in the United States. But it was at least reasonably clean and, at $46 per night, …
... VIP access to the cinema YEAH BABY, but the movie was wack but Antonio thought it was tight so I played along like I liked it. After the movie we wanted some coca-cola so we went and bought one to share. For dinner we went to Villa Saverios the place was better than the one from before after eating we just went home and slept because we're planning on heading back home ...
... band playing with pan pipes, quite a haunting sound and they were very good
indeed. Watched for a while then time to
Back to the hotel by 9pm – a long day – but very enjoyable,
great people and a few laughs along the way.
Tomorrow Floss and Nicky will be here, I have checked and
they are on the plane, thank goodness for that.
So until the next time my friends Adios Amigo’s.
... only to be abandoned five minutes later when he got bored. Lucky for me, I had Youssef who was more than willing to exchange his time back for the hours I waited on the beach for him, and he patiently led me through the steps to standing up, which I am proud to say I did after a couple of hours on these tiny breaks. Now I could understand the obsession.
I was quite pleased with my little ...
... probably been about 5 hours." then they said we were making our final decent into LA! So it was very easy.
Customs in the US took forever but I got though everything fine and with all my baggage! I feel so blessed that in all my travels I never had any lost luggage. Any issues with customer, or anything stolen.
My friend Rebekah who lives in LA picked me up from the airport and I stayed with her Tuesday night. Then Wednesday morning she dropped me off at ...