Days Inn San Diego Chula Vista South Bay
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... seats to each other that's obnoxious. Apparently some people complained because when we have about an hour left in the flight, the flight attendants have to talk to them about keeping it together and not making too much of a scene. They weren't pleased. One says, "This is Southwest airlines! It's supposed to be fun!" Yeah, I think they have the wrong idea of the image Southwest is going for...10 drunk middle aged women ...
... mountainous this area is. I had imagined it to be quite flat but that thought was not based on anything - just an assumption I guess. The number of massive houses parked on top of hills was phenomenal - some people here clearly do not need to be tipped - they have ample savings & more!
These crazy people drive fast & on the wrong side of the road. That's going to take some getting used to.
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... 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.
... kind of hubris would lead a man to want to build a fake bit of Spain atop a Californian hill?
Up the road from San Simeon is Cambria a town apparently designed to look like an English village. It doesn't but its hotch pot architecture and charm wins us over. Up on Nit Witt Ridge is the anti-Hearst Castle, a home built by the town's refuse collector over a 50 year period using found or recycled material. Now that is a proper castle.
Our Pacific ...