Americas Best Value Laguna Inn & Suites
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... to re-stock a little before leaving. We also wanted to visit the hardware store to purchase some cans of spray paint. Relax, we're not going to vandalize any property, but we are visiting Cadillac Ranch and the kids want to have a chance to leave their own mark on the cars (everyone does it). ...
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We spent the rest of the day just hanging out at the pool, which was delightful. But we were all getting a little bored. Could we take another day of just hanging around? Or could we shorten our trip? Mark had made reservations at the historic hotel, La Posada, in ...
... Craig and Joe Kelly were traded for John Lackey.
Traffic into San Diego was again frustrating, with smooth stretches and then slow stretches. Somewhat easy ride into Downtown, however, and we made it to the parking lot easily as they had people directing baseball fans into the lots. Since we had arrived so early, we got a great spot.
Beautiful stadium. We were all wearing our Cardinal shirts and thought we would really stick ...
... little attraction. We were told on the ride that some of the plants within this ride were planted by old Walt himself. Meanwhile, Mark and Mac went to Fast Pass “Space Mountain” for 7:25 that evening. Mark and Mac met Cheryl and Josie at “Storybook Land,” and then it was time to head to the room for some rest.
Along the way, we saw the PhotoPass photographers taking photos of families in front of the castle. ...
This morning Paul and I caught the Amtrak train to Mission San Juan Capistrano. The trains are double decker similar to the ones in Sydney.
This Mission dates back to the 1700's and still has parts in use. It sits on 10 acres, and in the middle of each courtyard are the most magnificent gardens.
I saw a lot of Monarch butterflies floating round which is a good sign.