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After checking into our hotel "Days Inn" we quickly showered and changed to hit the town! We went to the Gaslamp District for dinner and drinks. Dinner was at Fred's Mexican Restaurant which was so good- check out my salad pic!
Two of the girls on our tour that we met early on in the day, Emma and Aleasha, bought us moustaches to wear so …
... in the middle of farm land. As we made our last turn past giant tractors and people harvesting some kind of green vegetables we were convinced we had the wrong address.
Near the end of the road Camacho's did actually exist and there were even a few cars outside which made us feel a bit better. Inside we enjoyed some carne asada burritos (something we would normally not order up north due to the general lack in beef quality) It ...
... to interact closely with some of the animals. We had the chance to pat and hand feed bat rays. It was an unexpected and pleasant surprise. They felt kind of strange - smooth, slippery with a vacuum cleaner for a mouth. I think Erin would have been happy to stay there and pat them all day.
There is also an area to touch and pat the dolphins between their shows. You had to be patient and wait for them to come to ...
... Irish pub. The food was great, watching the Padres game not so much. Afterwards Tannis, who was driving my car, headed back home and so did we. We had a really quiet late afternoon, snoozing and snacking and then both of us crashed early. Very calm and relaxed evening at home. I'm really enjoying my visit with my adult children. We talk about lots of stuff that we don't talk about during phone ...
Amazing… That's what I thought to myself when I first went to San Diego. The sea breeze coming through my hair and the sun beating down on me as I stepped onto the tarmac was surreal. I knew as I saw the deep, blue ocean that I wanted to go back. It was just my parents and I there, and we were driving to my grandpa’s house up Highway Numero Uno (Number One). See, my grandpa lives just south of LA, so it was ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking