Residence Inn San Diego Carlsbad
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- Continental Breakfast
- Microwave in room
- High-speed internet in room
- Heated pool
- Refrigerator in room
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... seat covered with a sheet, and not a smuggled Mexican!!! The stark scenery was stunning -Arizona is so barren, yet stubbled with large mountainous ranges. Temperature rising - 83 degrees through Tucson, Arizona City and finally peaked at 99 degrees while passing Saw tooth Mountain.
A long day, and we were ready for our days journey to end.Our friends Linda & Gene in Lichfield Park, Arizona ...
... is only 16 mls from San Diego and as we gaze over the the nearby hills in that direction we are looking at it! And to top,it off we again eat outside under the pergola, the splendid fat pork ribs, white sweet corn,asparagus and a huge Bonney salad and then,matter some,techno-struggles they get to,see some of our travel pics, Scicli, Sicily in particular as they love Italy and have visited Sicily, origins being Sicilian. ...
Well the 3 amigos are off. We left the states late arvo yesterday and immediately ran into trouble trying to get into Mexico. We got secondary checked and asked for registration for shawns little tinny and the trailer we built. We were told we couldn't enter Mexico unless the boat was registered. They turned us around and made us wait in the qua for the states. We got into the states no problems with the boat, weird. Luckily ...
Legoland was better for my nine year old kid than it was for me. The lines were long, but some included Lego playing stations to keep the kids occupied. They needed more Lego play stations though. I was impress with the Lego sculptures. I was happy to get a hopper ticket so that we could go to the Aquarium. The Aquarium had a lot of facts about the sea life in the area. It talked more about the sharks mostly.
We arrive early (about 9:00 am..in order to assure ourselves of easy parking), grab a map of the altars and head to O'Hungrys for breakfast. As we walk San Dieago Avenue in Old Town, we come across the weekly street fair. Several of the altars are set up and several of the paper machai and wire statues are on display.