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... have a good swim, albeit it's a bit busy. Dinner tonight is in the hotel, they have a Chinese Heron that wanders in each night, he is not that large but sits in the fountain and just takes in the evening. Back to the room for an early night, but the air-con jet engine has been left on tonight so we shall see what the sleep levels are like tonight......... Last days drive to get back to the coast at San Diego, it takes us 2 hours 30 minutes to cover 121 ...
... our windows down and turn the A/C off, while Iris immediately started yelling "Mommy, windy! Don't like it!" at the top of her lungs. As fun as it was, I decided to try to get it fixed. I found a Ford dealer about 30 minutes from our campground, so I called them and they said to bring it on by. I couldn't get it there until Friday around noon, and the guy said that since his diesel mechanic wasn't in on Saturdays that there was nothing they could do. He ...
... 8217;t not as it is over the road from Huckleberry’s.
On our journeys we have been stopping at the marked ‘Vista Points’ to check out the incredible views. Obviously we have been very spoilt as when we stopped at one today we were underwhelmed (we felt very rude as it was still very spectacular).
From here we continued south towards Santa Barbara and Calabasas (where the ...
... the coffee?
We departed San Diego heading into the sun in the morning for a change. An uneventful route to SW Utah was planned and uneventfully achieved, passing through Las Vegas without even pulling the handle on a penny slot (although most slot machines these days are electronic and only have push buttons). I wonder what Frank Sinatra and the Rat Pack ("Coolest cats of all time") would think ...
... in and over the sea! I finally left 9 hours after I had arrived, tired and slightly sunburnt but I didn't really care at that point.
The next day I took it easy and waited for my shuttle to LA, during my wait I met a very interesting man in his 70s who is a retired US marine General who I found out studied at Oxford for his PhD and subsequently went on to have a very interesting life. So yeah really awesome and interesting time in San Diego!