San Diego, for a day

It seems like more than a month ago, but I think it was just the week before last that Bryan and I traveled to San Diego. Bryan was there for a conference from Friday through Wednesday, but my trip was a bit shorter. We flew in Friday afternoon, and I was home by 5 pm the next day (just in time to host a sleepover for Ava–more on that soon).

It was a quick trip, but that’s just the way I like it: Plenty of time to enjoy a bit of warm weather and none of the worry about leaving the kids for more than a night. We owe thanks to Katie and Tom–they made this little excursion possible.

Don’t tell the kids, but we spent most of the day at the San Diego Zoo–a spot that was new to both of us despite a handful of previous trips to the city.

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The kids were never far from our minds, of course, or our conversation…

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We stayed in the Gaslamp Quarter, and we had drinks at the fantastic place where I’d held an alumni event a few months before. Then, we found a rooftop bar nearby and watched the sun set over the bay. Sushi for dinner at Nobu rounded out the trip, and I had a quick and uneventful flight home.

 

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3 responses to this post.

  1. Posted by Dawn on April 18, 2014 at 10:30 am

    I swear I saw Bryan at Lou and Mickey’s having a cocktail on that Friday afternoon. Is that possible?

  2. Posted by Rebecca on April 18, 2014 at 10:36 am

    Yes–I was there, too! You should have stopped by! Can’t wait to hear about your travels. Hope everything went well!

  3. Posted by Dawn on April 18, 2014 at 2:44 pm

    We were in a taxi and I just caught sight of him as we turned the corner. It looked like a relaxing vantage point!

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