Days Inn El Cajon
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... We then packed up, ate homemade streusel provided by the church, and even washed dishes in the bathroom sink (desperate times...!). At route meeting, we learned that our host for tonight fell through & that we would have to try to DM somewhere for us all to sleep tonight (surprise!) Everyone was then fired up by Rally Aly herself before heading off to second breakfast. Before getting to second breakfast, however, we had to work for it by going ...
... with the bartender and an RAF helicopter mechanic who happened to be at the bar stool next to mine as he waited for his American girlfriend to arrive.
When the words "Time Marches On" were first laid down by Janine di Giovanni in reference to a Pope (perhaps much like Pope Francis of today), the reference was to the need to recognize that things change. Well, here they change as well; Kansas City BarBQ is not the same. ...
... for 23 years -- the last 7 to the same park model in Yuma. Before that they were in other places in Yuma and before that they were in Apache Junction. Denis and I think Yuma does make a good winter place but the park we stayed in again this time, Arizona Sands, doesn't have much in the way of amenities-- nice washrooms and laundry and the dike to walk on and buzzards to watch-- but that is about it and not near much to walk to. We ...
... Don't get me wrong, I love Zoos, but we had been told that this one was unique and world class. It was a zoo. I think we have been blown away so much on this holiday starting with Alcatraz then Monterey Aquarium and Universal, that we were expecting to be amazed here. Erm, it was just a zoo. The koalas were sweet, and I had never seen a grizzly bear up close before but the rest was a bit of a let down. They didn't have ...
... room was kinda crazy- the shower had no door. The sink was the desk. The room was called "the Stanza Vista" in case you're curious.
However, if you want food, you must head out onto the clubby streets. We did however, find a not so clubby gastropub called the Hopping Pig. Honestly, I was kinda afraid of the place because in the Marina there's a bar called "The tipsy Pig" that also identifies itself as a gastropub. It ...