La Jolla Beach and Tennis Club
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... You know, Tombstone, Wyatt Earp, Doc Holiday, etc. They were as their name suggested, OK. Still wasn't hungry after my brunch at the Broken Yolk, so I just had some peanuts and a beer at the park. Lots of Mets fans, as there were yesterday in Phoenix. But these guys were louder than yesterday...several times chanting, "Let's go Mets!" in unison. The Mets broke on top with a couple of home runs in the third. But the Padres tied it in the 7th, only to lose 5-4 ...
... at La Jolla!
They are also famous for their marine life and the whole La Jolla coast is protected, they also have a lot of caves! We were going to go snorkelling or kayaking here but we it was forecast to be a bit cold and windy so we didnt prepare to enter the water. But thats ok, because just being near the beach was nice. We did go into one of the caves though, because years back they built a tunnel from the top of the cave to ...
... 6k to buy one I would have. Sarah and I had some lunch at Newport that my guide pointed out was good on my tour.
Off to San Diego, saw a couple of Air Craft Carriers out to sea being reloaded by helicopter as we drove past camp Pendleton Marine Corps Base. Found our way to the hotel OK...I hate peak hour traffic. We hit another mall just behind where we are and I think Sarah nearly wet herself when she saw the stores there, Macy's, ...
... a Bud Light in hand. At 5:30am we found ourselves in the back of a pickup truck, keeping our heads low so as not to be seen by the cops, telegraph poles and signs for burger joints passing by overhead, pale in the shallow dawn light. We pulled up at our hostel only minutes before reception opened for the day, passing out on our clean, paid-for beds that we would have to vacate in another four hours. And then on to Mexico - and oh, the convenience! A ...
... we took a walk around the gated community. It’s really lovely, they have their own pool, spa, games or rec room and a committee that deals with the running of the place. We kept walking and made it up to Soledad Cross, a cross on top of the hill just behind their house. I need to make it to the top as this is where my dad use to walk every day while he was visiting his brother. There is a bit of a oh ha going on at the moment as some ...
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- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking