Holiday Inn San Diego North Miramar
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On our last day in America and with little to do in LA, we decided a wander down to El Segundo beach would be a worthwhile trek. This initially seemed to be an awful decision with a sewage treatment plant literally on the beach front. However, after a lot more walking we made it to Manhattan beach and spent a lovely day seeing the nicer side of LA. After winding down the day in this relaxing fashion, topped off by make-your-own pizzas, it was time to ...
... and provisioned for the trip.
We went to Max's Mom's spare apt to separate out the provisions into three packs, napped and went over our route and plans. Woke in time to head to the airport to pick up Alex, I got to see Max and Meg again and meet little Anderson before we took off for SeaTac.
Picked up Alex on time and headed out to Taco Bell and the Econolodge of Buckley, WA!
... He got the full stink eye with attitude! ;) It was all sorted and the confusion ended up being over another booking that was cancelled with the same last name as me. The hotel was a renovated old bank. With vaults and safe deposit boxes on the bottom floor of the building. It was beautiful. Kicking myself I didn't take any photos. It was quite a rushed stay in San Diego. Three nights and only two full days. When ...
... 30th October) Our hostel was disgusting but was right on the beach! The first night was so much fun, me, Sam and Tim attempted to become wizards (it's a drinking game, google it)! The second night was Halloween, which was quite good but the hostel didn't do much for it surprisingly but there was a big group of us so we made the most of it! Day 4 we drove around SD and saw some sights, we had one more night out and then it was back to LA! This time we drove straight ...
... a lot about the traffic, we have been told a number of times that so many people move here despite the congestion because of the weather. I don’t think it would be because of the scenery. Being desert, it is very dry here, so the country side is not exactly what you would call ‘pretty’. Despite this, it is dotted with houses that are quite magnificent, and whose owners have worked around this problem by creating their own little oasis with manicured, landscaped ...