Best Western Yacht Harbor Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... While I was using the GPS device on my phone to re-orient myself with San Diego, its freeways, and its features...there were days when I'd be over-confident and decide 'Im going on my own wims to find my way'. Well, to be honest every single darn time I get lost. Now I use the GPS at all times, I even check it just in case there is traffic or alternative routes. I only don't use the GPS when I am 100% sure verses 100% overconfident. That has ...
... and bars everywhere. The first bar we went to was science themed with all drinks being served in boiling tubes and glasses. We then were recommended BarleyMash for dimmer which had a chilled sports bar themed but within an hour was full of men and women who had finished work... The food was incredible and I had a pesto chicken flatbread which was incredible and I left extremely full! Back to juniper band to the campsite to play some card phases to pass the ...
... but that was about all I remember. My first day in San Diego I was alone. I ended up walking to the hotel, which was only about a 30 minute walk. Most airports in USA are quite a way from the city centers, however San Diego's airport is only a couple miles from downtown, so that was nice. It saved me some taxi or bus money. The walk to the hotel was pretty nice. I followed the water for about a mile and enjoyed the great ...
... the coastline all the way down. Lots of Halloween things around everywhere we go. Country fairs and Pumpkin Patches where you can buy your pumpkins in all shapes and sizes.
The housing this side of Anaheim and all the way down to San Diego seems much more liveable, although in many places one house looks just like the one next door and the house next door to that is the same too. They could have 10 – 15 houses all the same in ...
... into my mild apprehension about the next chunk of my life living in NY away from the family and friends I have loved and lived near for the past 23 years. So brace yourselves, this is gonna be a long one. If I remember correctly, the last time I blogged was back in Prescott. Since then, we had prom (so fun!), our last build day (so chill!), and faced a lot of desert (so hot!). Some big highlights were seeing the California state sign, passing through border control, seeing the ...