Americas Best Value Airport Inn
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After a long journey here, late night, loooong 18 hour day yesterday, and still being ill, today we decided to relax in the hotel. The only issue we have had is food! We had the delightful (as ever) 'continental' breakfast (consisting of muffins, literally) and later decided to visit the 7-Eleven (15 minute walk away) in hopes of buying some food. …
We finally made it! We are now sat in our motel bed after an iHop meal and a well-needed shower. The room is basic but clean with a cool, classic motel look. Simple but it has a purpose.
We are exhausted so are going to sleep as its nearly 11pm over here.
Tomorrow we will be exploring the city!
... where the first ever Starbucks is, and this mug addict needed her "you are here" mug. Unfortunately, since it was pretty late in the afternoon, the market was basically closed up for the day, so we didn't get to see the market in all it's glory with the flying fish and such, but Starbucks was still open.
The store is tiny. It is NOTHING like a "modern" Starbucks is. It is about the size of a dorm room, the floor is wooden, and the menus ...
It was an early departure from the hotel with Driver Eddie to the airport for our 20-hour trip back to Solana Beach.
After the 12-1/2 hour flight from Hong Kong to Seattle and a 3-hour layover, Callie and Henry said while laying over in Seattle "I'm not even tired." Right... ...
... and walking gear, Chad's tools.
We have contacted the insurance companies and the shipping line but so far got nowhere, everyone passes the buck.
It is a loss we have to just accept and move on but the sad thing is that we have spent a lot of time and effort to find just the right things for our way of life - not a great monetary value but valueless to us as we find ourselves in a new country trying to replace what we have lost.
We stocked up with ...