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It was a lovely relaxing day again today. We started the day having breakfast at Aunt Emma's. Pancakes, eggs and bacon for $3.99, they topped up our coffee several times which set us up for the day. We then caught the trolley ( must get the right word) to Old town San Diego and changed to the Coastline train to Oceanside ( where we stayed nearby three night ago). It was a double decker train so we sat ...
The great adventure begins with the crossing of the Mexican border at the Otay Mesa crossing on the way to the Tijuana airport. Crossing on a Friday night near midnight on foot is never a thrilling prospect but so far so good. My flight from Tijuana ...
... beach next to see if it would be worth spending a day there in the coming week. We went to the northern tip of Point Loma to Dog Beach, so no surprise there were loads of dogs there! Dog Beach was separated by a little rock wall to Ocean Beach, both were pretty nice and clean and had a little bit of surf there for Dan. We had been told by some locals that the beaches down here were like Perth beaches, but this one was not on that scale so the search will continue.
That night ...
... t call us unless it's really important. We have minutes, but we expect to use them to make dinner reservations. Dont expect texts with photos of food. They're too expensive, we won't be sending them. We hope to make you all jealous with photos in this blog. E-mail us about whatever. We'll have plenty of wi-fi. Now! How do I add ...
... He got the full stink eye with attitude! ;) It was all sorted and the confusion ended up being over another booking that was cancelled with the same last name as me. The hotel was a renovated old bank. With vaults and safe deposit boxes on the bottom floor of the building. It was beautiful. Kicking myself I didn't take any photos. It was quite a rushed stay in San Diego. Three nights and only two full days. When ...