We checked out of the hotel, left our bags and headed for Balboa Park. The Number seven bus really is a major part of our existence. On Sunday the trip is slightly different. You have to take the trolley to the San Diego City College stop, where C Street, 11th Avenue and Broadway come together.
Sunday is a good day to go to Balboa Park. The Timken Museum was free. (That is a family collection of American and French paintings and Icons). The International Cottages are open from 12-4. They are the cottages from the 1915 Pan American Exposition. My favorites were Germany, the Czech and Slovak one (they shared a cottage), Ireland and Scotland. Some will serve you snacks, you donate anything you can. The Irish cottage had step dancing.
The Polish cottage had kielbasa and she liked the fact we had been to Poland. The two ladies in the German cottage were very friendly can quite funny.
I’ve decided San Diego bus drivers as a tribe are grumpy and uncommunicative. Don’t know what it is.
Nice place to visit for a weekend.