Tag Archives: Old Town San Diego

Nothing Says Summer…

…like a big barrel full of red geraniums. Can you believe it’s July already? March seemed interminable, but the days are flying by for me. Hope you’re enjoying the summer weather in spite of the pandemic. Stay healthy, and Happy … Continue reading

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Scenes From Old Town, Part II

More colors of Mexico in Old Town San Diego: It’s been a long time since I’ve eaten here, but they used to have great chicken quesadillas. The landscaping around the shops and restaurants provides a nice counterpoint to all the … Continue reading

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Scenes From Old Town, Part I

Old Town is one of the most popular tourist destinations in San Diego. It’s the first European settlement on the West Coast, and you can go inside historic buildings free of charge. We’ve done that before, so opted to stroll … Continue reading

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Earthquake in the D.C. area?

Seriously? If we hadn’t had one last year, I would have never believed it. I’m just glad I lived in Southern Cal for ten years, so I at least knew to stand under a doorway. Was minding my own business, … Continue reading

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Bazaar del Mundo

While waiting for a table at an Mexican restaurant in Old Town San Diego, we strolled through Bazaar del Mundo. This collection of shops used to be in the heart of Old Town until the owner lost her lease and … Continue reading

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