Palomar San Diego, A Kimpton Hotel
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Once again we were on the move, this time boarding The Pacfic Surfliner, next stop, San Diego and our hotel in the vibrant Gaslamp area of town. After a walk around Downtown San Diego it was time for a pre dinner drink and to choose a restaurant from the myriad on offer. We plumped for a new experience with a fondue restaurant called The Melting Pot.....turned out to be a good choice!
... The Pantry and then set off to explore on foot for the rest of the day. Our first stop was the children’s beach where there are a lot of seals lounging lazily on the sand. I also loved the little Californian ground squirrels scurrying around everywhere on the bluffs. I had to laugh at everyone squashed up against the rocks on the tiny beach with crashing waves not leaving much sand at all! Later we had lunch at George’s at the Cove’s upstairs ...
... been until 10 years later when I found myself surrounded yet again by like-minded people at church and at home in my family. The principle of "free-will" has always been a hot topic for me.
It has lead me to become stubborn because I just value it so much and with the knowledge that I have allowed it to be taken advantage of more times than I'd like to admit.
The struggles of the heart and wills are difficult to describe and difficult to master. ...
... it didn't matter to us. We made our way up to our seats. I had looked on line for the seats a few days before and it recommended seats in the higher tiers of the stadium. I was a little unsure just how true this would be, but it turned out to be right. They were probably the best seats. We could see everything that was going on. The atmosphere in the stand was electric. Everyone shouting something down to the players and referee. We joined in but ...
N also went on the Midway, which is an old aircraft carrier. A very big aircraft carrier. There were also some cool statues nearby.
L&N drove us up to Julian, an old mining town. We had huge breakfasts and hot apple cider.
All our meals in San Diego have been huge. My food baby is growing nicely. Lots of eating, not enough walking.
Next stop The City of Angels.