Motel El Dorado
TravelPod Member ReviewsMotel El Dorado Loreto
This place is quite average but I gave them four stars because of the sweet and helpful staff. Location is great, just one block from the Malecon and the beach. Clean and quiet as well.
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... sunset, as we rounded the reef leading into the bay at Aqua Verde. There were a number of large yachts and sailboats already at anchor. We immediately recognized why this was a popular spot. It had great protection from the swells but also another picture postcard setting. We set anchor and the crew from Ken's boat climbed aboard. Rob was excited because he had caught a small dorado, but his dad, Bill, was whipped. Bill had single handedly driven Bottoms Up! ...
... of the landscape as one held by it, cradled in its strange strength and unfamiliar beauty.
I try to internalize the contradiction of "drought" and "flourish" so that I, too, can flourish in the stark, drought-like conditions now afflicting the patch of internal landscape that has the signpost of "family" on it.
Death, life, joy, grief, discovery, development, risk, reward, courage, battle and bloom. These are present in that landscape of mine, and ...
... my walk instead of after it, I would have also noticed the option to record the moment using the video function with the camera. Instead I clicked a series of still frames. Still, if you look long and closely enough here -- in other words, if you want to play a game of "Find Waldo the Bird" -- in image 8 you will see a tiny blur of vivid purple (the throat and upper chest of a hummingbird) between the chartreuse ...
Happy St. Patrick's Day from San Diego!
Too bad my new green sweater formed a hole in the boobage area.
I had a couple hours off in the morning to go exploring ashore, so I decided to walk up Broadway to grab the number 7 bus ($2.25) to Balboa Park where I WAS gonna go to the zoo, but once I got there it was pushing it close timing-wise and it wouldn’t have been worth it to pay the zoo admission fee for only about 30 minutes of exploring. ...
... be more buildings than trees there. It looks like little Spain with all the colonial buildings. A great spot to spend free time (also the famous zoo is there, but we haven't checked it out as it's way too expensive), but doesn't feel like real people live there, if you know what I mean.
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