Courtyard by Marriott Rancho Bernardo
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... through some beautiful residential neighborhoods to get there, and found we had to drive through a military base to get to the point. There is an enormous military cemetery that lines both sides of the road. We were not expecting to come up on that and it was quite sobering. We didn't end up staying too long as we were all hungry and headed a little further north on the coast to Ocean Beach to find dinner.
Ocean Beach is a little more ...
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... Lisa, Martin and Amelia Hayes having lunch on the waterfront! I work with Lisa and we knew they were in San Diego but random to see them!! They are off skiing in Colorado but will be in Joshua Tree national park in the next few days so we may catch up with them again. It was great to compare notes and see familiar faces!! We hit the road again and have ended up arriving at Temecula in the dark (at 5:00!) so will see more in the ...
... the US government had its shutdown.
Again have no real interest in politics and for this, but I guess I was pretty lucky to have just missed it all, as all the National Parks had closed and that was pretty much the foundation of my entire trip through the USA!
What I did have to put up with though, were the massive floods in Mexico. I had no idea this was happening either until a quick message from mum, but fortunately it was the complete opposite end of ...
... wanted to see snakes; Derek wanted to see turtles and Sid the sloth; and Darby the Lions. We saw them all and more in our 3 hours there. The only animal we did not get to see that we would have liked to see we're the Koalas but there was a 30 minute line to get in! We saw a snake slithering; two turtles fighting; elephants running back and forth playing chase; a jaguar growling for food; two ...