Cabrillo Inn & Suites Airport
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Refrigerator in room
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... us set off on our first official day in San Diego to the zoo. It is huge! They have all the usual animals you find at a zoo but they also have a panda! A freaking panda! It was the coolest thing to see. Just chilling eating some bamboo. They seem like such placid creatures. After spending four and a half hours wandering and looking at all the animals it was back to the hostel to get ready for a baseball game. Padres vs Pirates. James, our tour manager from contiki wound up in ...
... the water line) is small, two single beds (to the relief of Doune who doesn't want her mother to snore in her ear), interior (no window) with a small TV, closet, desk, a safe and bathroom just a little larger than a camper's. The shower surprisingly offers plenty of elbow room for a 5'2" frame. Not sure how a 6' person would fare though. In our cabin waiting for me was my Coca Cola refillable cup which I purchased a few weeks ago after giving it ...
... br> In doing so I am noticing more lately that he has been leaving doors open for me to make my decisions and then discern by feelings through ration and logic to sort of check myself and correct my own situations. In this way my free will or agency is fully intact and He will have merely facilitated the environment for me to make a correct decision and confirm any correct or incorrect direction as I ask him to confirm.
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... Circle was down a gravel road off Hwy 95, east of I-10 at La Posa South. The fee is $40 for a maximum stay of two weeks and is validated by a sticker for your rigs. This sticker can be used in all the BLM camping sites. We found the sign for the Magic Circle, disconnected Jimmy and drove around until we found a decent site. An older couple on their ATV rode up to help us as we had started to set up outside the clothing optional area. We followed them ...
... as we know it today began here and about the families that lived here. The tour lasted about an hour and afterwards we walked around the shops and saw the haunted house. Kirsty wanted to go in but I knew we would regret it so we opted for a few drinks instead. It feels like we are already in Mexico. The next couple of days will just be sorting out things for Cancun. We have a long journey ahead and a lot of waiting around. It will all be worth it though and we can not ...