BEST WESTERN Chula Vista Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... 1030pm and we headed for the boarder. Soon as I heard gnarly was coming I knew it was gonna be an interesting night. He's nick name is gnarly for a reason. After crossing the boarder we headed for hong Kong,a Tijuana strip club. Never a dull moment with shawn, not even on a Monday night. Highlights from the club included a salty dog licking a strippers pussy on stage, shawn having an adventure and gnarly asking every stripper for a root. Funny. We left Hong Kong like ...
... the bodyguards etc gave this away eventually. Apparently the El Centro landscape is good preparation for Afghanistan terrain.
Harry and his squadron were good customers drinking many pitchers of beer and leaving a generous tip. We can now officially say we have eaten in the same place as royalty.
Sounds like a few other famous folk have been there throughout the years...Reagan, The Blue Angels Pilots etc. (and now us!!)
... nose pierced ;) Then chilled in the hostel with a few of our dorm buddies before heading out out :) Today we went to Coronado beach with a couple girls from the hostel and topped up our tans ;) Hopefully we are out again tonight and then going to the San Diego zoo tomorrow, before leaving Monday to head up into Los Angeles for the final part of our 'American Dream' haaaa! ...
... to worry about making hotel and transportation reservations for the unplanned part has made things much easier on me and I have been able to focus on researching by reading books and following blogs in the internet.
The biggest preparation item has been acquiring my gear, figuring out what to pack and making sure that it will all fit in my 50L backpack. One of the most prevalent questions I have been asked is "What are you going ...
... 5 miles into the trip I saw a man in the whitest pants I have ever seen. I noticed him by his car looking as though he wanted me to stop. I thought, "****, he stopped on a hill". Then he got in his car and I saw him on the top of the hill again. He is a biker and wanted to find out where we were going and see if we needed a place to eat and rest. His home was only up the road. His name was Francisco. We thanked him, but since we got ...