Travel Blogs from Rosarito
... to corner known as Fiesta De Reyes, with its tradition Mexican singers and dancers. The area featured many little shoppes with a Mexican flair. The area was abundant with blooming cacti. The effect was charming, so we stopped for a late lunch at Casa De Reyes. There we shared a drink and a sampler of their specialties. The food was delicious.
Our final day in Baja Mexico with our dear friends Salvadore and Yolanda. We spent a lovely day having a tour in their four wheeled drive around Primo Tapia, their local area. Went to a local bar and had a few drinks then back for the amazing sunset on their verandah.
We will definitely miss their hospitality and friendship.
Yolanda made me two very nice tops to wear on the rest of the trip.
Hasta luego dear ...
... asking dumb questions about the next season that they obviously wouldn’t be able to answer? We left before the Dr Who panel (although we were pretty much the only ones) and headed back out to the Exhibition Hall for our bittersweet goodbye to Comic-Con. We wandered for hours making sure we’d seen, done, and bought absolutely everything we wanted. Kelsey bought me an incredible Adventure Time limited edition Comic-Con figure set, and a sweet Batman New Era cap, and ...
... have to go at a fast pace here so I was making sure I took it easy while I had the chance.
The next morning after breakfast, I decided that since I only had 1 full day here that I would catch the bus to the San Diego Zoo. It was a zoo I always wanted to visit, along with Sea World as they have the Orca whales. But I chose the zoo as it was number 1 on my list of zoos to visit. I am so glad I went here. It was an amazing zoo!!!
There were various themes to ...
... my husband was told to go to the pool area to the towel clerk. He told them he had already checked there. Then he was told that they were being washed and he would have to wait. This was only our second day at this HORRIBLE HOTEL! In addition, the air conditioning in our room DID NOT WORK. If you plan on going to Rosarito—stay in a hotel in San Diego and cross the border to visit, but don’t stay at Rosarito Beach ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center