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... of entertainment. We had also been communicating with our friends, Tank and Doreen, who had also traveled south for the winter, and found out they were camped on BLM land north of Yuma, just a short 60 miles away. Greg (Tank) is a retired battalion chief from Edmonds and worked with Bob for over 20 years. When we got back it was still cool outside but I decided to put in a three mile hike before settling in for the windy and rainy long night ahead of ...
... super touristy though, so we didn't stay long and headed up to a war memorial, which was again really interesting to see, and we had 360 degree views of the city and the beaches.
We spent some time in the gaslamp district, so called because of the gaslamps surprisingly enough, that were introduced in the 1850s when the town was being built and growing in size and ...
... about but as it got hotter it became harder to spot the animals. The pandas were gorgeous.
Headed to the boarder to do a bit more shopping! Sallys turn to buy up big. All bargins...her suitcase is becoming very full!
Stayed in Little Italy. Great place to stay, lots of activity and great food and close to the water.
This was going to be my first ever visit to a real major baseball game. The ballpark called Petco Park is situated right downtown and since we had some time leftover before the match we wandered around for a while and stopped at a tapas bar for a cocktail and a snack, whilst we witnessed Colombia and Brazil battle it out on the soccer field in the second half of the quarter final.
Both Brazilians and Colombians were present in the tapas ...
... monkeys. Sorry, I'm out of alliteration. In the evening we went to the posh part of town, La Jolla (Hoya not Joller as I embarrassed myself) where we enjoyed drinks and dinner whilst listening to a hugely talented musician called James Speer (I highly recommend checking him out on YouTube) whilst looking out over the bay - bliss. Shame we couldn't stay longer at the town because I'm sure it has so much more to offer. Maybe next time. ...