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 ...
... It is so much cheaper and easier to access than through the US system. The citizens from the colder states like Chicago and New York etc. are called "Snowbirds" because they come from the cold to this intense heat of the Arizona to lube up their joints and access cheap drugs, it's 105 degrees or over 40 degrees Celsius. There was a fair drive to our destination in Tucson at the Best Western so we watched the movie Wyatt Earp with Val Kilmer filmed in 1993. We had ...
... food was ok and the beer was ok, there was one stage i wanted to run out as the hosts wanted us to do karaoke and i didnt want to. then the owner (kristy) was doing a bit where she wacked people on the bum with a paddle. it was not entertaining more annoying. after a small amount of drinks the girls and I headed back to the hotel, via the wallgries supermarket. this was the more fun than being at the bar! went a bit nuts on the candy and the beauty products. bed ...
... of my fellow work colleagues. I found this neat little park behind the baseball stadium which is few blocks away on the water that has a few exercise bars and what not so been hitting that up. Later in the night we went to a neat bar called duelling pianos, and it's 2 guys on stage that play song requests. Really funny guys. You put few dollars with the request and usually it gets played quicker. I requested a koona ma tata, great ...
... ahead as we watched the police, ambulance and finally tow trucks race past and after about 30 minutes we were moving again. We arrived at the outlets, found a map and then the priority of food for the boys. With that sorted, we planned our trip, well we worked out where to start and which way to walk. Countless shops and nearly 5 hours later we left with Paul successfully buying more than he packed for the holiday. He seems to have caught a ...