Holiday Inn Tijuana Zona Rio
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... ever learning his name -- I learned he researched/worked in the field of seismology, a job that led him to Switzerland. There, he married a local and had twins - two sons. Only weeks prior, one of the twins just had twins of his own! Just as any proud grandfather, he had the pictures to share, and the stories to go along with them. His son had married an English woman, and their twins were very fair with light hair and eyes to ...
Andrea drove us to the airport this morning for our flight to San Diego which left at 8:40 am. Flight was not full, so we quickly claimed the exit seats which have more leg room. Worked out great. After we landed at 10:15, California time, we claimed our luggage and found the bus that took us to get our rental car, a Chevy cruise. We then found our hotel, ( Dana Mission Hotel) but too early to check in, so we took a ride along the coast and stopped for, quick bite at Burger ...
... had diarrhea. After eating we headed back on the road for another 3 hour drive back home but before Antonio dropped me off we saw this homeless guy on the corner of Ventura and 99 and decided to give him the rest of our money. So we came home broke but we had a good experience. The trip was fun and interesting as we got to experience some of the stuff that has never happened to us ...
... says, the computer has picked you
for a random customs check! Oh no, but
she explains it’s a computer generated thing.
She takes me over to another customs man and he runs the check, it is
all done on computer no searches or anything (thank goodness), so we have a bit
of a chat, and he actually used to be in the Navy and has visited Fremantle on
several occasions and loved it. He then
very quietly tells me that they are having terrible ...
... homeless people everywhere, there wasn't a soul. We considered that this might be because San Diego has a large Spanish population, and therefore a more religious one, which might mean everyone was at church, but this was just speculation on our parts. The bus stop was apparently a hub for the homeless people, many of whom were searching through bins for plastic bottles to trade in (you can get about 5c a bottle in California, along with some other states), which made for ...