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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Would have blogged, but couldn't have....I came down with food poisoning so for most of today have been in bed knocked off my feet.
Gin and I did try a game of Sequence to relieve the boredom but I could not stay warm and was quite uncomfortable but eventually sleep was eagerly welcomed.
Thanks to the bed side manner ...
... have guests.
As I eluded to our departure from El Cajon was sad but also so special. Denis calls it a very long mile from the garage door of Jess's to the street and motorhome-- really not a mile more like 100 yards maybe but you get the idea. Anyway, he doesn't look back but I always do till they are out of sight. This time we are just about pulling away and Denis sees in the mirror the three of them (Jess, Talia, and Chloe) heading up ...
... right we've arrived near our final destination. Now mom and dad are really excited but me and Big Boy are still dreaming of those treats in Las Cruces. You don't think mom might get us some of those do you?? Stay tuned I'll let you know. Well Big Boy found a new hiding place since we got here, under the couch!! Now how the heck did that Woolley mammoth get in there?? He's such a funny guy and is really doing very well for his first trip. Must go now, so ...
... rainbow flags outside a fun little cafe/restaurant called Pinocchio's. Both Marilyn's were very lovely. After a few hours at the pool I headed back downtown for the night life. On Thursday nights they shut down the downtown area and have a big arts market with live entertainment at the end of each block. It's like a big Queen Vic summer night markets. After strolling around the stalls I stopped to look at some pretty silk scarves only to find the artist and her ...
... fit in the car. At 200 pesos ($15.50!) how can I resist! We rearrange our luggage (again) and head for the border!
Now if there's one thing I haven't grown to love about Mexico it's there lack of signage and resultant confusion around the government controlled border/port areas. We entered Mexico on the mainland and had all the red tape around importing our car, but on the Baja for some unknown (by me) reason, this procedure is not required. Problem is, ...