Crowne Plaza Mexicali
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- Shuttle bus service
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
- Non-smoking hotel
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We left Motel 6 at about 11:30 after waiting for our Uber driver. She was lovely - young, but seemed like a confident Uber driver. She took us to Santa Ana bus station where our Greyhound bus was due to depart over 2 hours later, but after collecting our tickets the cashier told us to try to get on the earlier bus (11:25 that was late and due to arrive at 12), so we did and were successful! Very good. We arrived almost 2 hour ...
... bus; firstly, we missed the bus stop by walking straight past it. Secondly, when we found the bus stop, we discovered that the bus only accepted exact change. We did not have exact change, so had to venture back into the airport to buy something. This, and waiting for the bus, took a long time. We’d gained two hours on entering the US but were pretty tired already. We reached our hostel, ventured out and had a Mexican meal that was much better ...
... Terry had told them I was coming in.
Terry made me a fantastic breakfast that morning. Started with an Acai Bowl- I had never had one before ( a thick blended smoothie of frozen acai berries topped with all sorts of fresh fruit and crunchy granola. Yummy! He also made me a delicious Creme Brûlée french toast, which he soaked over night before cooking in the morning. Spoiled me rotten and I loved it. Happy that he's ...
... Springs state park with Leesh (who worked there as a part of AmeriCorps during the past year), the ride into Julian (especially the good life convo with my main ride buddy Tay), seeing Aunt Diane cheering us on at the top of the long, hot climb into Julian, getting to go to my childhood best friend's cabin in Julian that I had thousands of memories of razor scootering, shooting cans with BB guns, playing cards and eating Lucky Charms on the deck. A place I haven't been in well over ...
... looking up the local Auto Zone. We drove there and shelled out the $140 for a new battery. After switching off the car i tried to restart it, and it was as dead as a dodo. Confirmation that our battery really had given up the ghost. I mustered all my man skills and installed the new battery. We were back in business but i wonder for how long?
Come on Volvo. Don't let me down now. I just need you to survive one more week.