BEST WESTERN Poway/San Diego Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... Small, no roads, no cars, no motorbikes. Only can get around by walking, or by boat. Basic places to stay, cheap! Okay beaches. Not a lot to do. But did I mention super cheap! People stay here a while. Best place to stay - Sawadee- Basic, but built nice! *6. Ko Phayam- near Ranong and Burma as well. Great island! No cars, just motorbikes. Pretty beaches, not too many visitors, still quiet! Great local feel to it. Very pretty, very clean. Great bar there called the Hippie Bar, ...
... like Halloween to us. Skeletons dressed up in different costumes and many items for sale with skulls and skeletons on them. We found out that Mexicans have what is called Celebration of the Dead where they honour their deceased relatives. All through October, Old Town will be decorated and celebrating this event. Our plans for our day in San Diego were to first off return the Silver Bullet to Alamo, then take a taxi back to Old Town where ...
... stroll around gaslamp area before going to Hodads for burgers ( a place recommended in Jaynes diner book she gave us). One of the nice things is the temperature (high 70s) as it has been a while since we could be comfortable outside. Hodads is a hippy surf set up but food good and plenty of it. Back to hotel and girls stay in room while adults go for wander. Head towards waterfront and take rickshaw for 30 mins tour with Spanish cyclist. Good fun and it is a lovely ...
Just a short entry today! Today we drove into Poway, which is about a half hour south, to visit with Shaun's friend from college,Liam and his family. They have a son, Conor, who is 10, so he and Matt hung out most of the day together. Their daughter Erin is 8, but she was away in Georgia, staying with Jenny's mom.
They have a ...
Day 292 - 293 - Today we took the road West to San Diego. It's about 189 miles and goes over the Cleveland National Forest to a height of just over 4,000 feet. The scenery is pretty cool - still desert-like but piles and piles of rocks everywhere. Very different from what you see in Yuma.
Our first stop was a day at the zoo. It's an older one, but they are doing all they can to update it. They have several ...