Super 8 San Diego Area / La Mesa
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Greetings from La Mesa, where Octoberfest is as tacky as ever and suitcases remain unpacked! Ken and I leave Tuesday. We're giving ourselves at least this entry as practice before our heads are spinning in a foreign language. Here are a couple of tips for you as you read our blog: If you're reading an interior monologue, it's ...
... out as a road we needed was not marked as we expected. We brought Susan back to swim in the bath water warm pool, only she did not want to swim. We packed and had dinner from the leftovers in the fridge. Ed and I took another walk on the boardwalk by the bay. The clouds blocked the moon tonight.
Seems Mary and Pat will be home tomorrow and so will we. Our blog followers are going to be seriously deprived of reading material. ...
... Seaworld' is perhaps an understatement as a visit to Seaworld is a fun, entertaining but exhausting day. Although the park wasn't at full capacity the queues for the rides were more than an hour so we skipped those and just viewed all the aquariums and attended all the wonderful shows. We started in the Shamu stadion with the Orca show followed by the Blue Horizon dolphin show (definitely the highlight of the day). We then attended the very amusing sea lion show, the ...
... He said to let him know if we were ever back in San Diego. Our kayaking adventure was so much fun! Kayla, Jacob, Brenton, Jess, Dusty, Brooke, Bree, Steph and I all went out with a group at La Jolla Cove. We planned on goin out by ourselves but there was a bit of a swell out there so they put us in with a tour group for no extra charge. $25 each for the kayak hire was all. They told us a lot about the geographics of the La Jolla cliffs, the history of ...
... airport in Maui. I had called Shane to find out where to meet him. We were at different spots at the airport, but, while talking, he had walked to where I was standing and told me turn around and look left . . . and . . . there he was.
I have found out that Hawaii, the 50th U.S. state, is the only U.S. state made up entirely of islands. It is the land of warm beaches, diverse natural beauty, active volcanoes and loads of skateboards, ...