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... running the length of it. There are people walking, cycling, skate boa ding and roller blading along it. The board walk is lined with beach houses and small apartments, very Californian! There is also a small amusement park with an old fashioned wooden roller coaster. Well we had to have a go. Very shaky but not as scary as the one in Las Vegas. After some shopping we return to the hotel pool for a swim and sunbathe. After lunch Chris and Gill return to ...
... the two-lane road, and then had a minor meltdown (this might be a bit of an exaggeration. I carefully and safely pulled off to the side of the road and expressed some concern with our current situation). Clearly we could not go forward and turning around was not going to be possible either. After debating options and searching Google maps for a suitable turnaround point we got lucky. A passing couple recognized our predicament and stopped to tell us we ...
... about 30 minutes by bus. Here there is a massive outlet mall with a huge number of shops all offering a discount. It is safe to say a large number on the bus were very excited about that. Judging by the number of bags that came back on to the bus a lot of those discounts were found.
On our return to San Diego, David our new bus driver, took us back along the coast where we ...
... the first section of the pier there are rental cottages that appear to have been built in the 50’s. If you want to rent one you will have to reserve almost a year in advance. There is a promenade along the beach with shops, bars, and restaurants lining the way. It goes on for miles on either side of the pier. We could easily spend an entire season in this area. It’s Paradise.
On the 3rd we decided to take a scouting trip to Balboa Park to check ...
... a chat. As with so many of our recent rides, the beaches were crammed and the surfers were enjoying the ever-giving waves. With about ten miles to go, we officially climbed our final steep and long hill of the tour. Seems like this one had been forgotten about by Professor Profile due it to being on the last day... Anyway, it was good to have a bit of a challenge on such a short ride and to remind us of what we'd achieved over the previous ...
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