We had a good dinner, both of us having a loaded hamburger and fries. I am sure this sounds silly to anyone up north; but it has been ages since I have had a hamburger and fries. It is not something we eat when we go out here. This one was pretty good. Loaded with bacon, avocado, tomato, lettuce, grilled onion, jalapeno,cheese and sauces. Ok, I can cross that craving off the list for another year or so, ha ha.
I did take the camera; but never thought to take any photos of either our food or the scenes at the park that we faced as we ate. Too everyday and normal now I guess, just never thought of it.
We then wandered over to the Plaza de 3 Presidentes, where lots of families were just hanging out, visiting and buying stuff from the vendors, and yes, again the camara stayed in its case, oops.
Over to the Malecon where the dancers were supposed to be set up. They hadn't started yet so we wandered, chatted with some people we knew and watched all the activity. The Malecon comes to life in the evening and especially on a Sunday evening. Lots of families, dog walkers, etc..
They have lots of things for the kids to do, so it is a busy place. You can rent a motorized car for your child to ride, or a tricycle, let them ride on the kiddie train or paint a picture or plaque.
You can buy them enough drinks and junk food of any kind to put them on a sugar high for the next week, and then let them run it off as there is lots of room. You can wander over and watch the fountain do its thing or just sit on the sea wall and look at the bay and the lights of the city twinkling around you.
It is just a lovely place to relax and gear up for the week to come, definitely a great place to take the family or your current girlfriend/boyfriend for a romantic stroll along the water.
The dancers started; but we couldn't see them very well from where we were sitting on the sea wall and all the chairs were taken, so after standing and watching for a while, we decided to leave.
It was a nice evening out and we enjoyed it as we always do.