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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... one when I made the purchase .... So anyway - after this very helpful man wondered about our postal system in Australia he has got all the details and has assured me it will come it this address today... Fingers crossed...not a cheap piece of mail to lose! We sat down to watch a movie on the couch at 5 as we were so zonked. An hour later we woke up and popped upstairs to bed. 12 hours later we have woken up,it's morning, it feels like morning and we are somewhat ...
... 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!!)
... City these days? The place is exploding with newer, larger, flashier ways to take your money and lots of other money sinks riding on the coattails of the big name casinos.
So, without any travel excitement like dragging tow bars, no activities like 4 wheeling or sleeping under the stars and no scenery that not been seen before, here's a snapshot of life on the bus.
7:00 AM Time to get ...
... made our way right around Legoland. So we went back and did a couple more of the less interesting rides like the 'Coast Cruise' and 'Fairy Tale Brook' which are just boats going around some various Lego models. We also went on the Technic Coaster which had a pretty large dip in it, but it was very cool. (We actually ended up going on this one three times). We went and did some shopping (I am now struggling to close my suitcase). I managed ...
... 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 ...