The Sand Castle Inn
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... the Pacific Ocean. It has a few small exhibits with history dating back to 1542 and has some unique coastal scrub. It was the first place where we saw cactus just growing in the wild. After seeing where the first Spanish ships sailed into the harbour and landed in San Diego apparently searching for China, we went to see where they settled in Old Town San Diego Historic Park. This place has wooden buildings, sandy grounds with cacti which resembles a scene from a western movie. ...
... that would be nice, yes please. I requested a cup of coffee and sat by the fire to drink it. After about three hours of sleep Poppy was ready to take another stroll about town. We visited the church next door to the hotel, walked down a busy street in the main part of town and back to the hotel for dinner. Pub food and a 1/2 pint of Guinness, dark and light with a sampler plate, the bacon was really good. We plan on returning to the Pub for some traditional music ...
... seas , it's nice and quiet . Nothing fancy but good enough for us. So close the the shopping mall and the zoo and 11 minutes from the concert venue for Fleetwood Mac (or so we thought) After lunch and a well needed shower we decided to check out the fashion valley wow i have never seen a shop so big , it was beautiful and seemed to never end store after store of beautiful designer clothes, shoes, bags, children's stores. So I can't even put into words how awesome ...
... Tuttle Creek
In Tuttle Creek
The water flows
Between the rock and willow row
Along the creek campsites abound
With table, fire ring and ample ground
In the sites are a varied lot
All walks of life tied in a knot
Old and young
Some down on their luck
Old trucks and tents and tarps amuck
They walk for water to and fro
They sit and listen to the wind blow
Their stories vary, that's ...
... were the lamas which seemed to have some unique personalities between them. We moseyed through the rest of the zoo stopping at the tortoises, reptile enclosures, the monkeys and birds and whatever else tickled our fancy at the time. The squirrels ( running wild) were friendly enough to pop out and say hello every now and then. But most of the big cats were hiding high up or behind things. So there weren't many picture opportunities... :( On to seaworld we ventured we ...