Highway Inn Chula Vista
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... we went shopping together, where she helped me pick out a few dresses for some events happening this week for orientation. Then we got lunch at Boudini's, coffee (of course), and headed home so I could get my act together and start packing. I got a good chunk done, and then headed out to take care of my cracked iPhone screen (I make it 3,600 miles on a bike with no problems but then managed to drop it the second we arrived at the host on Monday). Carlee joined me (she was vacationing ...
... They looked like the Blue Angels --- and later I figured out that was because it was the Blue Angels. (Chris would like me to note that the Blue Angels are like the British 'Red Arrows')
I had done my typical online search and had pointed us towards the well reviewed Camacho's Place, a Mexican place for lunch. As the GPS kept turning us this way and that, Chris was becoming more and more worried that it was just taking us to a ...
... suburbs with what looks like a good lifestyle. It is a partially Martime city with a huge Navy presence, but then so does Sydney. It's on a larger scale in San Diego with two giant Aircraft carriers in port and is the home of the Navy seals, where most training takes place.
It also has the worlds oldest tall ship still in operation moored there called Star of India. I had to get off the trolley at that stop to have a wander around the decks. It's a 3 masted ...
Up at half 6 for a jog of neighbourhood - so many hills was knackering! Shower and tasty breakfast- loving the blueberry bagels :) Off to the Zoo at 9am! AMAZING zoo :) tour bus first then wondered round- pandas and polar bears- incredible :) Watched the sea lion show at 1pm Aerial cars then hippos :) Drove ...
... tour guided by the chief horticulturist. It was fascinating. The animals during this tour were only the backdrop to the plants.
Richard and Melanie were our tour guides the next day. We caught the farmers market downtown, toured the wharf area, went out to Coronado and then stopped at a fish market and picked up mouthwatering shrimp, scallops, ...