Days Inn San Diego Chula Vista South Bay
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... as they rolled through Main Street until I realized that the cell phone is a great form of communication and I decided to call them. They came back and we embraced for the first time and what felt like forever (but was actually only about 68 days). I found myself to be the most emotional that I have been in a long time when I saw my mom. Suddenly, the end of the trip became a lot more real. Which also meant, the end of me living in California and far away from my mom and dad also became ...
... corridors and comparing the cabins of the Captain, the Admiral who used it as his forward operating base, ad those of the ordinary ratings. The thing that will stay with me though is the veteran we met on the hangar deck. This old geezer was in his 90's and had actually been at Pearl Harbor the day the Japs attacked. he was weighed down by medals, and after a lifetime of service was full of memories. He told about what he had seen that fateful day and how, in ...
... we hadn't foreseen was the huge difference between the breaks of the 2013 Kia Forte and Hannah's dad's unknown-year, taped-up second hand Vauxhall Astra which she had driven in the UK. A light tap on these brakes would stop the car; Hannah's foot to the floor approach nearly sent us flying through the windscreen every few minutes on the freeway. "Ollie to the kerb!" became a commonly shouted mantra as Hannah took longer than most to get used to driving on the ...
... 8211; they must have travelled as far as we have!
We then wandered through the Gaslamp Quarter, which is the oldest part of the city, and where lots of nice bars and restaurants are located. We stopped for a cider, before heading back to Little Italy and Filippi’s again for dinner. It really was that good!
It was just a short stay here, as when we were rescheduling after we had to stay in ...
... wait to go around them.
Telegraph Canyon Road was so crazy with traffic that it caused us to do something we've never done before, we rode the sidewalk. For miles.
I am sooo out of shape. We are going to spend the first month trying to find me some muscle.
Beautiful day once we got out of the city and traffic.
It smells like spring, flowers and green grasses and actually quite significantly warmer than expected.