Residence Inn San Diego Downtown/Gaslamp Quarter
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... huge it really was! Walking back through the Gaslamp quarter we stopped for a happy hour beer (or two!!). It's a really nice bustling city with loads of bars and restaurants but not so busy you can't relax and just enjoy sitting watching the world go by with a beer. Today we went to San Diego zoo which is apparently one of the best zoos around. It certainly had a lot of variety in animals, ...
... would say, "Candy for the eyes."
Yesterday's adventure was a Metro pass to the end of the line and back to Old Town San Diego. We ate a fantastic lunch at the Barro Barro saloon. Mine was a chicken mole enchilada, open beef taco, rice, and beans. Tortilla chips came with a bean dip and salsa. $12.95 apiece, plus my yummy guacamole.
Thank you, Jack. Now to see if the suitcases can close, so that we can board the ship ...
... air. The lady also showed us how he reacts to loud noises. Whenever you raise your voice, he produces a loud gaggle. Quite entertaining, another encounter with a strange animal.
El Dorado is located above a subterranean hot spring of around 107 degrees of pure, odorless, tasteless mineral water. It’s like bathing in silk. There are 5 private soaking areas, each uniquely decorated and containing a large tub with lounge chairs and tables. ...
... No surprise we opted for Ocean. We went to a bar-restaurant recommended by our hiker-biker friends and ate copious amounts of fish tacos washed down with sparkling wine and the obligatory IPA. As San Diego is the brewing capital of the US, there were a lot of beers to investigate and not much time. A quick walk down to the seafront to say goodnight to our salty right-hand man and we were done for the evening. Two months of pedalling joy had come to an ...
... was a place called 'Shout House'. This was a really cool place with two people battling it out against each other on the piano. Instead of playing classical music they played songs requested from the crowd. It was a lot of fun with many sing-a-long songs.
After that we went to Double Deuce which was another pub, but this one had a mechanical bull. We didn't ride it but we had fun watching other people try and fail.
Tomorrow we go to SeaWorld.
B & L x