Extended Stay America - San Diego - Mission Valley
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... m sure we will go into the pool again before we leave. We ended up having Chinese for dinner again which was very nice. In my fortune cookie I go it says "you will take a chance in something in near future", interesting I say. I don't believe in fortune cookies but hey they are still fin to read. Tomorrow is SeaWorls which means I get to see my most favourite animal in the whole world. A Killer Whale, I'm soooooo excited. Hopefully I will be able to sleep ...
... fishing ... The only downside was the weather as it was cloudy... To finish the day we snuggled up on the beach and had a sleep before coming back to the hostel and sitting up chatting.... We were chatting to claire and ant from Manchester and ant was showing us how to use the technology like the iCloud... Funny I'm getting like my mum not knowing how to use stuff and I'm not 30 yet ...
... and relax for a bit. I was excited to finally meet Alice (his almost-five-year-old daughter), and she is adorable! And looks like a mini-Jim. I see a lot of Dayna in her too…but then we got to see the photos of young Jim and Dayna, and Alice truly is the female version of Jim. Alice showed us her room, toys, and special lemon tree in her backyard, and then performed a very spirited ballet for us. Quite a treat.
In his exceptional generous Koontz ...
... were helicopter manoeuvres ongoing. Apparently the NAVY Seals train here also.
Our temperature was a cool 66F in comparison to the high 90s we experienced in our more southern latitudes.
We really enjoyed seeing more of the city and although we had shopping time, we were shopped out.
The previous evening we attended the Crew Capers, a show put on by the crew and it was very entertaining. ...
Today, I am officially leaving home to start my (hopefully) glorious semester in Madrid! I know very little about what's coming, save for the fact that I am stuck with - sorry, incredibly lucky to be placed with - a 68 year old live-alone "mom" named Visitación, which does actually mean Visitation in Spanish. Que?? The only other information I've received about her listed her hobbies, which include sewing and crossword puzzles, so clearly we have a lot in common! ...
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed