BEST WESTERN Encinitas Inn & Suites at Moonlight Beach
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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Got back in, from work (-30c to +20, what a difference) we spent 3 more days in San Diego . We took some time and checked out the Gas-lamp distract, Balboa park and the SS Midway aircraft carrier, then hit the road and continued on up the coast through Del Mar where we stayed 5 nights mostly being beach bums, then ...
... to see the Italian quarter and then being bumped off a trolley to await another the main museums and houses were closing soon after my arrival. I saw plenty however and managed a change from day tripper to evening supper guest in the Ladies of the old hotel where a refreshing beer gave respite from the still hot afternoon sun. My visit had coincided with Lyn meeting up with an old University friend on a school trip from Suffolk. So we had dinner at the ...
... Gelato, which had the best gelato ever! Salted caramel, chocolate/hazelnut, mango, dark chocolate. Even wrote a TripAdvisor review which we don't typically do.
Back to Mark and Sue's to sit by their pool! Nice respite! Yes, we both got into the pool for a bit!
That night Dick and I went to dinner at the Pacific Coast Grill. Mark and Sue had a going-away party! GREAT view and really great food, particularly the shrimp ...
... we had to head out the next morning. I had been to Temecula wine country years ago with my Mom and brother and was determined to make it back there again. We were already north of San Diego, so we decided to drive there and stop at just one winery that had been my favorite, Longshadow Ranch. It was a quiet Sunday morning and we were among the first patrons there. We sat out front in the shade and enjoyed the delicious wine with some snacks we had picked up ...
... but I still got JC to bike ride and I walked up a small mountain to take pictures. We left for Julian and found green grass and trees (hooray I heard JC shout). Very touristy and oldie worldly. On our way to San Diego JC spotted a sign for the Tourist information centre, which led us to a very new shopping complex, owned and run by the casino opposite (Veiji). Even I enjoyed walking round. It had an outdoor ...