DoubleTree by Hilton Golf Resort San Diego
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... at the Bahia Resort Hotel. It is in a beautiful setting with tropical gardens and beaches and a marina around it. We settle in and then eat sitting outside in the restaurant. Lovely food. After dinner we take the old styled paddle boat which runs mini cruises across the bay every half hour. On board there is live music and a bar although tonight there are only about 6 passengers as it is the last trip of the night.
After a long tiring day we return to ...
... ambiance was fun; the food was good and the ice-cold Cider even better. The bikers were talking about the great road out of the mountains so it was tempting to get our motorcycles out and ride back up the twisties but we still had several hours to go to get to Yuma and we were already behind schedule.
Our overnight stop was just outside of Yuma proper, really close to the Mexico border. It was back above 100 degrees and the park was nearly ...
... good night where many stories were told. After dinner, we headed back to the hotel for our tour awards. Of the many awards presented, Daniel Parete picked up the MVP of the tour, most improved forward went to Cody Mackinder. Brodie Lilley and Martin Snoxell shared the most improved back.
Overall, the tour met its goal and to go unbeaten, which was just a fantastic result for ...
... we headed to the golf course with Larry and Maureen, where we had a fun afternoon chasing the ball to all corners of the course. After the round we retired to the patio to indulge ourselves with a cold one and swap stories before heading back to the RV Park for burgers on the Barbie.
Next day we cycled over to the BYC: the Broken Yolk Café. Their slogan is "We Got Huevos". It is a well known San Diego place for breakfast and is always busy. There was a line-up when we ...
... had a late breakfast so we didn't have to contend with the tenders to go ashore. It was a beautiful day even though we were told that it was going to rain all day.We went ashore and walked the causeway from the tender point leading into the city to a museum which describes the history of Panama, very interesting. It was really hot walking with temps. in the high 20s with a humidity in the mid 90s. Round trip walking was 16kms but it was a nice walk along the mouth of the Panama Canal. ...