Quality Inn & Suites El Cajon San Diego East
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... all, it's Bike & Build and there's no judgement & when else could I get away with that at 7:30am?! Packing down the delicious calories, we were then nice, heavy, & ready for some descending, hoping the extra weight would help us go faster down the hills. Descents did come, but so did a bit of climbing--and by a bit I mean a lot more than we were expecting. However, the scenery today was beautiful and the company even better. I rode ...
... for Davanti Enoteca for a nice Montipulciano red (two actually) and some polenta with pig cheek. Sublime. Oh, my Native American Oklahoma friends who have turned me on to pig cheek, (Brandy, are you still out there?) what have you done?
Exhausted after walking more miles I am sleepy early (before ten) and (now it is morning) up early (six o'clock) as well. Out for a long walk before breakfast, I see a fine sunrise, ...
... at doors.... the cars and/or trunks were mostly decorated and the people costumed-- some in themes such as Duck Dynasty, Wizard of Oz, Lord of the rings -- so cool, really, It seemed that perhaps the church supplied most of the candy which also meant it was all pretty much the same which also was good. All in all, such a neat idea. Chloe slept through most of it, and being Sleeping Beauty, that was totally appropriate. Talia was Snow White.
... starting to get hungry. We looked at a couple of restaurants there, but they didn't appeal, so I got two hotdogs and fries to share as a snack. I know you think that's tight but we needed a bite to eat without ruining dinner.
Back at the hotel we crashed out for a while and decided to return to Las Hadas for dinner again. I still had the ticket for the fake panda photo and looked it up on their website. I found ...
... zonked. I can't imagine that room if we weren't. It would have been maddening
In the morning we took a walk down to the Padres ballpark and noticed that it appears that there's a fitness requirement in San Diego. We passed like a gazillion joggers.
Baseball fans take note: the Padres are moving the outfield wall in about 10 feet. It was already a hitter's park and now it's gonna be a crazy Colorado Rockie-esque park