Hercor Hotel - Urban Boutique
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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We got a taxi to the airport for our 50 minute flight to San Diego.
Our hotel was cute - much nicer than we normally stay at, but it only opened a few days before so we got it really cheap. We walked to the Gaslamp Quarter. We had drinks and dinner at Dick's Last Resort, where the wait staff are supposed to insult you and embarrass you …
Hola. So last few days have been kinda fun. Yesterday I went down to la jolla with sam, Jen and irmaya. The surf was pretty small but still managed few waves. The weather was super nice so that was alright. We headed back to the hostel late arvo. I have been feeling pretty ****, think it'd because of my diet, subway and burritos. Not bad but ya know no fruit or veggies. Anyway I settled for a so so burrito from the store next door. Shawn and Gnarly came and picked me ...
... but good. We headed out to pay and get back on the road when the owners (Rosie and her Husband) started asking where Chris was from. When he replied 'London, England' they said 'You know the prince was in here?'. We had no idea what they were talking about but they explained that a few years back Prince Harry was in El Centro for training and showed up one day with a bunch of other British troops for some food and beer. They did not know it was ...
... which had a gorgeous beach we sat on for many hours :) In the evening we went back into Santa Barbara and saw the sights! So then that brings us to yesterday.. We left Carpinteria and headed down to San Diego, on the 1 road again so we saw a few more beaut beaches including Malibu beach :) Once checked into our hostel we headed out for a walk, with Sophie accidentally ...
... a lot of little things that added up, whether it was booking flights (and trying to determine if Egypt was safe or not), understanding visa requirements, getting vaccinated, international health insurance, cell phone access, etc. There were also lots of logistical items I had to address ahead of time like car registration, car insurance, storage, bank accounts, suspending my current cell phone, power of attorney that added to my list. ...