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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... 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 ...
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 ...
... tonight and we contemplate going, but in the end decide not too as it's our last night tonight before we head home tomorrow. Dinner in the hotel is fine and during it, we are able to check in and alter our seats for the flight back, once out of dinner we take a stroll down to the beach to watch the sites and sounds of san Diego at night, it really is a very pleasant place here and we can see the planes coming in and out of the airport every few ...
... and included buses and trolleys (trams/trains). We had pre booked a boat trip for the first day courtesy of Christina’s friends at PPU Cockett, this was AWESOME(see video). We saw lots of dolphins, seals (again how agile) and one Minke Whale. So thank you again as this was caught camera with another one of my lovely pressies. We then explored the Mission Bay area which is a lovely part of San Diego.Day 2 in San Diego we took the ferry ...
... national parks in the near future, which are all currently closed, and of course that will be impacted! It will be a game of wait and see how this plays out. On another note, San Diego is very cool. After jumping on the train and enjoying 3 hours of scenic ocean on one side and beautiful houses hanging over steep cliffs that our Christchurch mentality questions big time with flash backs to the sumner area, we spent the afternoon ...