Days Inn San Diego Chula Vista South Bay
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
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After the hike we decided to head to Pacific Beach for dinner at the Alehouse. We got the lobster mac and cheese, an amazing smoked chicken pesto flat bread and a mango wheat beer that was absolutely delicious. The sun was setting and we walked down to the beach for the sunset. It couldn’t have been any better. Not a cloud in the sky, sand beneath my toes, 80 degrees, and my bestie by my side. Life is pretty perfect right about now. ...
Up bright and early. Quick b/fast at Burger King, and then some site seeing around Sedona, a little smokey but never the less beautiful. We had a look at The Chapel of The Holy Cross, built on the side of the canyon in 1956, and has since been made a national monument, due to its unusual design and location. Went for a look at Montezuma's Castle. A deserted Pueblo Indian ...
... Admittedly the item was sold as a jumbo cupcake. It could have easily divided between four though.
Driving down to San Diego I stopped at a place called San Juan Capistrano for a coffee. They had an air-raid style siren being tested today, which according to the woman on the next table is a tsunami warning. I would never have thought of that. It is the Pacific ocean though. And I know the words Fukishima and Banda Aceh from the ...
... tables are rustic kitchen style with burlap wrapped chairs. There are chalk drawing atop some of the walls, but the main focus is the large, orange, tastefully-done graffiti wall which is a showstopper.
The both the drink menu and the dining menu are filled with creativity and inspiration that makes it hard to choose which beverage and food item you will want to try first. It is one of those restaurants where, if you had a stomach the size of an elephant, you would want to try ...
... cars and as winding, with blind curves, as any mountain road. It felt like every car that ripped past us was just a lucky circumstance that we didn't get hit! There was an aggressive mid-road rumble strip that they refused to pass near. Scotty got nervous. I just did not want to turn around, a thing that kills my mental state on a bike trip. It was just way too dangerous, we said a prayer, we turned around, rode through border ...