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Sunset Cliffs

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  • Day151

    San Diego

    March 18, 2019 in the United States ⋅ ☀️ 17 °C

    mit dem weltberühmtesten Zoo. Und da er amerikanisch ist, muss man nicht zu Fuss gehen. Entweder lässt man sich mit einem Bus herumfahren oder man nimmt ein Schwebebähnchen. Dafür gibt es 19 (!) "Dining"-Möglichkeiten.
    Von den bis jetzt besuchten Städten ist mir San Diego am sympathischsten.
    Die Fahrt von LA nach San Diego dauerte jedoch fast doppelt so lange als geplant: Ein geplatzter Pneu und Stopp-und-go-Verkehr auf den 4 Autobahnspuren war Schuld daran.
    Mein nächstes Ziel ist Phoenix. Das ist 1 1/2 Flug von hier.
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    Francoise Martinides

    Hallo Irmgard, diese Fotos machen mich direkt "gluschtig". Was will man denn mehr, ausser Sonne und Meer! Es liebs Grüessli aus Schaffhausen von Markus und Françosie

    3/19/19Reply

    Meine amerikanische Mutter liebte Phoenix. Viel Spass und liebe Grüsse Brigitte

    3/23/19Reply
     
  • Day20

    San Diego pt2

    September 23, 2019 in the United States ⋅ ⛅ 19 °C

    Chris and I decided to stay one extra night in San Diego to make things easier on Theo, because driving long distances so often isn’t fun for him.

    We decided to stay in the Ocean Beach area, because it was the most convenient. With our final day in San Diego together, we had Hodads for a late breakfast and we visited Balboa Park, which is a huuuuge Park that connects to San Diego zoo. We were able to walk around the area pretty easily and the weather wasn’t too hot for Theo either. The Spanish village area of the park was really pretty and colorful, and it was nice to see something new that Chris has also never seen.Read more

  • Day120

    Bike Maintenance Day

    November 30, 2015 in the United States ⋅ ☀️ 16 °C

    Our awesome hosts Mary Ann and Scott in San Diego not only recieved bike parts we shipped to their house, but also had the tools for us to change our worn out casettes and chains and breathe new life into our trusty steeds before we cross the border into Mexico. So our first order of business in San Diego was to clean, regrease and replace parts on our bikes. The result: shiny new drive trains, wahoo!Read more

  • Day124

    Fun Times in OB

    December 4, 2015 in the United States ⋅ ⛅ 11 °C

    We had such a great time hanging out with Mary Ann and Scott in Ocean Beach. We met them when we first reached the Oregon coast at Cape Meares - they were also biking the Oregon coast - and they kindly offered to host us when we passed through San Diego. It was super fun chatting with them about riding in Oregon, including favourite places, and more importantly, favourite food and ice cream stops. Their little house in Ocean Beach overlooks the Pacific, with great sunset viewing and a nice little basement room that we used to relax, repair gear and bikes and prepare for the journey ahead in Mexico. Mary Ann and Scott were busy working on a reno at their rental property during our stay, but kindly took the time to show us around town, take us to REI for some last gear purchases, and help us with our research trying to find a place to land on our first day in Mexico. One night they invited some of their friends over for dinner and we sat on the deck chatting about bike tours and adventures over delicious food. After 5 nights at their place it really felt like home, and we can't say enough about how fun and accomodating these guys were. We hope they will come visit us in the Yukon one day - although they might have to bring some warm clothes, because San Diego in 'winter' is basically as warm as the Yukon in summer!Read more

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