Extended Stay America - San Diego - Hotel Circle
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... then Seal Beach, and finally Huntington Beach. That's where the crowds and the traffic really started getting crazy. It turns out that Huntington Beach was holding the US Open Surfing Competition this weekend, and it looked like half the state of California was there. It was fun to people watch as we rode through. Riding through these areas of the PCH was more like a ride through A1A in Florida.
Finally we passed through ...
... pre check in on Wednesday. Think I took too long to find contact phone numbers and paso rats. So locked me out. Second attempt was blocked once clicked on checking. Told to do airport checkin.
Surprise we were prechecked once got tickets! No removing shoes or belts or camera or liquid containers under 4 oz. not required to be shown. Left us with over 2 hours of waiting. With breakfast, newspaper and book time was no eventful.
Hola amigos! Que pasa? Ok... so I'm not in Spain... nor Mexico... but I am literally only about 20 miles from the Mexican border... WOW. I am practically in MEJICO BABY. But not quite, I'm still Stateside, in San Diego! I'm staying at another USA Hostel and took the special Hostel Hopper service from LA down to San Diego, a two-hour drive and only costing me about 40 bucks! Not bad, considering it's door to door and I don't have to worry about ...
... but he has admitted that some of the best meals he had had have been the Italian foods we've had in the past week: this is a huge statement! Following dinner Ryan and dad wanted gelato, so we walked around Little Italy trying to find somewhere. Eventually a local marine pointed us in the direction of the best gelato in town; we went to the first place & they had 5 boring flavours. We went to the second place which was recommended to us, and they ...
... the bar and found its way onto my hand. Various pictures which have yet to surface provide evidence of this strange encounter, but I refuse to seek them out for the incident still confounds me and forces me to ask the question 'why is a woman walking around with a snake in her purse?
Originally we had only planned two nights in San Francisco but the difficulty in seeking passage elsewhere had forced us to stay a third. I was not dismayed for I loved the city, ...