BEST WESTERN Chula Vista Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... seniors it will cost us 5 dollars. It will save us driving in and finding car parks and going around them a few times.The hotel wifi is not working ( when it is they charge $3 a day) so they said go to McDonald's over the road, it is free. We are here now drinking our coffee's and doing what the youngsters do! Nearby there is a restaurant called Black Angus where they do Happy Hour before 7pm on a Tuesday...we will be there as it is half ...
... the city for one night has made me long for the mountains again. My heart lies with the peaceful essence of nature, not with the hustle and bustle of vibrant city life. The traffic is crazy, with eight lane freeways, and traffic jams at all hours of the day. There are so many people everywhere I turn that it seems as though you would never be able to just “get away” from it all. While it’s nice to visit and see a new place, I know I could ...
Well my month in sd is up! It's been an interesting month. Alcohol and drugs tried to defeat me but I've managed to survive, only just. I'm a little bit sad to be leaving as I've met some wicked people here but you know what drinking excessively every night and sleeping in till noon every day isn't really me, good for short time. Shawns gonna be here soon and then we are out of here like a rocket ship! I've dreamt for this trip for years and for it to finally come to ...
... in the middle of farm land. As we made our last turn past giant tractors and people harvesting some kind of green vegetables we were convinced we had the wrong address.
Near the end of the road Camacho's did actually exist and there were even a few cars outside which made us feel a bit better. Inside we enjoyed some carne asada burritos (something we would normally not order up north due to the general lack in beef quality) It ...
We arrive early (about 9:00 am..in order to assure ourselves of easy parking), grab a map of the altars and head to O'Hungrys for breakfast. As we walk San Dieago Avenue in Old Town, we come across the weekly street fair. Several of the altars are set up and several of the paper machai and wire statues are on display.