Villas Del Mar at Palmilla
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The flight was a little over three hours long and passed pleasantly. Daniel occasionally popped over with a tit-bit of information for us, such as when we were about to pass over the Gulf of California. When we reached the border with the USA, and were passing over Tijuana, we listened to Manu Chao’s 'Welcome to Tijuana’, followed by ‘Tijuana Lady’ by Gomez, and finishing on ...
Writing this is so many months after I returned home is bringing back some great memories. Terry and I arrived in Cardiff late afternoon. I was exhausted and the time change (and date change) was killing me. Terry was chatting in the car and I kept dozing off. I'd wake up to "Mom, are you sleeping?" When we got to the house, I tried my best to keep my eyes open as I did not want to be up all night... finally gave in and took a ...
... being there. Showing that if we don't have a real desire to be in the kingdom, we won't be there. It was really quite a good exhort. After the meeting we set off for Boulder Dam Hotel, which is where we are staying tonight, it was about a 5 hour drive, through pretty much desert country. Freeways are fantastic, about five or six lanes but run very smoothly. Boulder City is such a quaint little town, head all Christmas lights down the Main Street, looked very ...
... maybe a lot of the original buildings have been replaced. Coronado Island is actually a peninsula. It was developed in the later part of the 1800s when two guys bought up land and built a grand hotel resort on the waterfront. The Hotel del Coronado is made of redwood and was the largest hotel in the world when it was completed in 1878 with 399 rooms and 75 bathrooms (no en suites in those days!) It is still the largest hotel made of wood in the world. ...
... while sitting by the bay watching the ships sail by (romance).
After lunch we continued our walk along the San Diego sea front. Sights included the USS Midway (American aircraft carrier, which had a $20 entrance fee, way too expensive for a couple of homeless travelers such as ourselves), Sea Port Village (Trendy shopping by the sea) and Petco Park (Home stadium to the San Diego Padres Baseball team, we will have to ...