Americas Best Value Inn - El Cajon / San Diego
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"Butter. Definitely butter." That quote was from breakfast this morning. Jamie got Belgium waffles at the Julian Cafe and Bakery. Mmmm. And now, GUEST BLOGGER!: Alycia Britton aka Rally Aly aka Rally (that's what I call her) aka Ally Cat... meow. Here she goes: Rally Aly here! But in real life people just know me as Alycia. I am from NJ, and have lived in FL for the past 6 years for school and work. Ali and I were Affordable Housing presentation ...
... hot half way through the hike that I was ready to dive into that tantalizing water, but I didn't. Don't tell anyone, but I let the dogs drink from the lake. Shhh. We were hot and thirsty and no other water was available. Some trees on the trail that grabbed my attention were a funny looking palm tree and a white barkless tree. The first looked like it was wearing a shaggy skirt around its trunk because as it grows the palm branches ...
... over here to El Cajon on this past Monday, October 28th. What a drive!!! We left Yuma in the sun and warm and as we neared the mountains to the west of Plaster City you could see rain and a change in the weather. Often windy down there at sea level there is a big wind farm and we did hit a head wind much of the trip west from there. Leaving sea level you climb and climb with radiator water signposted at the sides of the highway maybe ...
... Drink. One. Dollar. I definitely had far more than my fair share of alcohol that night and may have tried to even it out by sharing with the carpark later that night... Thankfully the boys (Gabe, his friends and Nick, Olivia's brother) looked after me very well and made sure I was safe! Not so thankfully, Nick was able to fill in my memory gaps, which was basically half the night apparently. Mortified. The night was definitely worth the hangover the next day (my second ...
... out. So I walked further up the road to California Dreams. Which happened to also be sold out. So only other option I was going to go for was a place called Ocean Beach International Hostel. I caught two buses and an hour later I arrived. I inquired about a room and was lucky to get a spot. I paid up for two nights. With aims of leaving Thursday morning to get myself back to Oceanside to get a Craigslist Rideshare to San ...