Holiday Inn Express San Diego South - Chula Vista
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... bachelorette parties sitting two rows in front of me on their way to a "wild" weekend in Vegas. I first found out when we took off and as soon as we left the ground they started screaming "Woooooo!!!! VEGAS!!!" Oh no...
Most of the flight they're fine, and by fine I mean they're well on their way to being intoxicated, but they're not screaming which is an achievement. There is some loud laughing and talking over the ...
... amp; freeway everywhere. What I didn't expect was the view of it from the sky - LA is a concrete jungle! You were hard pressed to find a park or piece of greenery anywhere!
The trip from LA down to San Diego took about 2.5 hours in a very comfortable & large shuttle van - the Asian-American driver had a wealth of knowledge, was interesting but also loved the sound of his own voice. One thing that did come as a surprise ...
... Bottles (2)
- Driver's License
- International Driver's License
- Yellow Fever Certification
- ATM Cards
- Credit ...
... made camp.
We realized after seeing a million bikers pass us that we were on the olympic training course. Apparently it must be the speed training course for bullet bikes also, as they sped through there like a blinding light zipping past.
We stopped at a little RV park store for a chocolate milk. Cute older lady who wanted to make sure we were riding single file, cuz those other bikers ride two or three abreast and cars ...
... one of those chance encounters that left us better informed about the American mindset.
We make the trip to Hearst Castle moaning at the cost and the lack of joined up tours and find ourselves immediately falling back on our English snobbish 'You think this is cool/old/tasteful?' mindset. It is actually pure kitsch. It is though technically interesting and the huge endeavor took nearly 30 years to get to its still unfinished state. In the end the question ...