Days Inn San Diego Chula Vista South Bay
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
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After checking into our hotel "Days Inn" we quickly showered and changed to hit the town! We went to the Gaslamp District for dinner and drinks. Dinner was at Fred's Mexican Restaurant which was so good- check out my salad pic!
Two of the girls on our tour that we met early on in the day, Emma and Aleasha, bought us moustaches to wear so …
... and someone came to the rescue with the funding, otherwise they would have had to close down) These are the moments I have loved about this trip where you meet someone new and they have some tie to another strange adventure from the trip. Camping (yes I know we were not officially in a tent) has always been the best for meeting friendly folk.
... heat. Later in the evening we went to an LA Lakers game at Staples Centre located in downtown. I've always loved basketball - it's easy to follow, entertaining to watch and incredible to see live. Unfortunately they lost but we did see Ashton Kutcher and Jack Nicholson enjoying the game - our first celebrity sighting. There are a lot of tours of the celeb houses in LA - the area is home to a lot of celebs so it's probably the easiest place to spot them. ...
On my trip itinerary I simply put day off. This was going to be "make it up as we go along" day. We spoke to one of the waitress' last night to get an idea of where to visit today. She suggested a place called La Jolla (pronounced holla) about 3 miles north on the coast.
I wanted to just picnic today, and found a local supermarket called Ralph's which did everything we needed. We got some hot BBQ turkey breast on the bone ...
... lady casually asks "Passports please" I hand her my Mexican passport, Mary's US passport and Diego's SENTRI card. She looks at type card turns at a young man next to her who appears to be her supervisor and says "they can't use this to fly can they?" A sudden twist in my stomach told me they did not know what kind of V.I.P. documents the SENTRI card was...I mean anyone can get a passport, but not anyone can get a SENTRI card! I kindly tell her is a US trusted traveler card OF ...