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 ...
... but we could just call her RJ! We left at 1.30 pm and we immediately crossed the Colorado river. We are now in the wild and wooly west over the river and because we are so close to the border and I'm talking literally right beside the bus and you can touch the fence to Mexico there was some interesting info told to us. Senior citizens move to the border here and set up their RV's so that they can partake in the illegal purchase of prescription drugs across ...
... out where we would be staying for the night (our original hosts may have probably forgot about us) and we also took that time to clean out the trailer, bins, van, and coolers. The end was more present than ever. We ended up finding a place to stay (thanks Youth Venture of El Cajon) and then rounded off the perfect day with celebratory margaritas at a local mexican joint. We danced around for a bit before the last official sleep on our beautiful green thermarests. The next morning we ...
I hadn't really planned to write on this recent trip home from San Diego. We spent just over a week down in San Diego to be with Jessica and the granddaughters while Brent was on conference in Hawaii. When it came time to leave, hard as it was, we wanted to cover some new roads or see something new and soon the words were flowing in my mind. So, here is a short blog covering the three ...
... cottage/lighthouse that has all its historical furniture and carer's belongings.
After admiring the view from the top of the hill, we headed to Sea Port to admire the harbour from the little village there. Full of quirky shops and a mixture of restaurants, it was a lovely place to walk through, especially with all the people flying kites around us. For lunch we headed to Little Italy in Down-Town San Diego and had the most amazing flat bread of my life; ...