Comfort Suites San Diego Miramar
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... among other things. Our hotel back in early times was used as a manor house but Wow what a place, this place is spectacular inside, with narrow halls that you can get lost in and courtyards everywhere. Our room is wonderful, king size bed and nicely furnished. The hotel is in the heart of the city so we can walk everywhere we want to go. We put our few things away quickly so we could go exploring. We walked along the narrow one way streets with all the different styles, it's ...
Woke up around 7am luckily because we both hadn't set an alarm. Got up and packed up and headed down to one of the main streets of LA to get a taxi to the airport. This was a little harder than we thought but after about 10 minutes we got one. It took around 35 minutes to get to the Alamo car hire place. Once we were there we got our car (brad let me pick a VW beetle) then started our drive to San Diego. Stopped at the Torrey pines ...
... our last night here. We were treating this place as a rest bite and to find an apartment for the rest if our time in San Diego. In our time here we went to the laundrette and got talking to the owner. It turns out his ancestors moved from Fife. We even got two free bottles of water out of it. SCORE!! That night we looked into apartments. We decided to go with the one that was the most central. Only ten minutes to the zoo and the Baseball park. We had ...
... well as a very good Shepard's pie. Add Dublin Square to your Irish pub stops - along with McGurk's in St. Louis. Well I'm going to head back and get some much needed sleep - tomorrow I'll check into the Hilton then go welcome Karen to SD. The Way point clocked in at 3,055 miles in 8 days (but only 6 days of actual riding. I took off Monday in St. Louis and Wednesday and Thursday in New Orleans. Most importantly the Bike has performed very well in difficult ...
... Mexican border in Tijuana.
San Diego is known for its microbreweries and we checked out one of them - Acoustic Ale Tasting Room. I generally don't like beer at all, but the nice waiter let me try a few of them for free and so I was able to choose one that wasn't all too bitter.
The thing with the beer in the US is that everyone in Europe has this stereotype of an American drinking a disgusting Miller or Budweiser. While a lot of people ...