Days Inn La Mesa Suites - San Diego
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... well done and the dolphins were great. Our favorite part was the dolphin pushing the guy along under water by his nose while spinning around in spirals, it looked amazing. The last show was the famous Shamu the Killer Whale. It was amazing to see how large these animals are and the ability they have to jump so high. They had taught the whales to splash the audience which was funny to watch everyone run away trying not to get wet.! ...
Most of the time from then until today has been spent by the pool, running errands, at the gym or chilling out with Olivia. This evening we went to a restaurant in Oceanside called The Lighthouse for a sunset dinner with Olivia's neighbours/best friend and mother. Stunning views from within a marina and delicious seafood made for a great evening! It is now 11pm and I should probably get started on photos and what not!
... amarena cherry, and it was accompanied by a pistachio gelato. It was wonderful, but very rich. This definitely is a desert to be shared by two or more guests. Our third dessert was the Salted Caramel Budino with whipped cream, candied peanuts, and an anise seed pizzelle. It was very good, not terribly rich, and with just the right amount of sweetness.
This was a wonderful and relaxing dining experience. We will definitely be return guests. I can't wait to see what creative ...
... Roderick and Judy Graeme; & Angela Rinaldi.
That was Sunday, on Monday we were headed for Venice Beach and a short visit to the Venice canals, yes, Venice, CA has canals. They are beautiful. Anyway we started that way and as there was so much traffic and no place to park an rv, we got on the Pacific Coast Highway and were planning to drive to Zuma Beach. Well once Jens gets going a direction, it is hard to turn him around. He had heard of a place ...
we were up and out early this morning knowing we had to start the desert journey today .. and we still had plenty of San Diego to see..
so first stop pacific and mission beach... both beaches are fronted by houses and apartments and so only accessible from certain footpaths and boardwalks between the buildings.. the beaches together are 3 miles long , sandy , windy and quite empty ...
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