BEST WESTERN PLUS Casablanca Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... the waves. The Pacific Coast train runs right along the beach....the Surfliner. This would I'm sure be a fantastic way to travel up the coast, but we've got the car. At the end of the day, we set off off the PCH towards our next stop.....Costa Mesa, just inland from Newport Beach. We chose here as the beach hotels are getting quite pricey as we head north. We checked in to the Best Western Plus at Costa Mesa for one ...
... it just breaks my heart!
Dana Point was our next stop to check out the pretty harbor. We had a quick stroll around and saw a sea lion out in the water. It had some lush restaurants there with amazing views, would be nice for an expensive dinner out, if we ate seafood!
On we went to San Clemente and stopped in the town to grab a bite to eat. We found a lovely little cafe and had an awesome burger! The town was really nice and had ...
... to the states and got in touch with them once we had booked our flights. Although they had tried to get in touch nothing ended up being planned, there was mention that they were in Huntington Beach though. And what do you know, there Billy was at Hertz rental when Adrian was dropping back the car. If any of you know the history of Adrian it's that he knows just about everyone in Darwin and whenever we travel he often spots someone he knows. So if it was going to happen ...
... desire was leading to anxiety. I felt that a lot of it came from comparing myself to my peers, which I know is not a healthy thing to do. During my travels I saw that when people compared themselves to others and desired for the things that other people had, it lead to unhappiness and bitterness. I didn’t like that I was feeling this way, but I wasn’t very good at letting it go, being patient and accepting, and just happy for what I did ...
Well we pulled out of Cedar City, Utah this morning after trying to sleep at the most poorly located campground we've seen so far. Thank god for earplugs, because this place was right on the main drag and the tent sites were directly behind a fence that separated us from the road. We packed up and headed south to Las Vegas. We passed through another roller coaster ride through the canyons south of St. ...