Days Inn Mission Valley
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- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Refrigerator in room
- High-speed internet in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... And refillable. Awesome. The cinema was over 2 stories, so we went down the escalator to get to our screen. It wasn't TOO busy, but everyone had spread out so it was really awkward, so we sat on the front row of the slanted seats (not on the ground next to the screen, but where the seats start going up). Perfect view. We found the film okay - we wouldn't see it again, they seemed to speed through bits that could have been more in depth and it wasn't as fast ...
... Bright colors, and lots of interesting cars. The Model Club for these cars call themselves the San Diego 3-Railers O-Gauge. They have a website www.sd3r.org where they stream real-time video of the trains in action when the museum is open. I checked and it looks cool!
After we left Balboa Park, we headed over to Old Town San Diego for dinner. The plan was to do a little shopping at the stores in Fiesta Del Reyes, and have ...
... leading to a loss of self-esteem or healthy self-confidence.
In doing so, along with stopping to be a people pleas-er, I realize that once that was accomplished that I would be free to develop my deeper convictions. These are things I have had my heart and soul sown into, but over time I have had a hard time holding on to because I ...honestly didn't know myself well enough.
My convictions are what makes me personally ...
... for we had come across many impressive, old buildings and I still found myself enjoying the atmosphere and hustle and bustle of Chinatown. The sun cast its pleasant midday rays and I refused to believe that the Lonely Planet would fail so badly. We continued to follow the paths through the alleys of Chinatown and eventually came upon something which I did find exciting. The next alley was similar to the other two, but this one had the special title of being a film location ...
Day 8. The first thing I noticed this morning was the intense Phoenix heat that hit me head on as soon as I stepped in the sun. It felt like I was placed in an oven and Chef Summer kept turning up the temperature until I was well past done. I wanted to take advantage of being in Phoenix for the day so I slathered on the sunblock, rocked my sunglasses, guzzled water, and off I went on a difficult hike up Camelback Mountain along the Echo Trail. This hike started off on an ...