Holiday Inn - La Mesa
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... but it was warm by NZ pool
standards), spa for the adults and kids. Then smores, true USA smores
with Graham crackers, marshmallows and Hersheys chocolate. Yum! Such
a nice environment being out in the fresh air, sitting around the
fire pit. We talked USA/NZ comparisons and shared stories. Earlier
night with getting the kids into bed at 10pm, the adults were a little
later at 11pm.
... the festival there in April. On through desert landscape and we see a small diner at a crossroads, not quite what we were imagining but we're hungry, as we go in we get quite a surprise for 11am, an old guy sitting at a keyboard playing and singing. The young waitress greets us with 'welcome to Paradise' not sure I'd agree with the naming of the cafe (or maybe it's the name of the crossroads) but the wait for our ...
... br> We have sushi for dinner and walk a bit more. After this, we do a drive through of Little Italy and head back to the hotel. San Diego has captivated us. We would like to return at some point and spend more time in this wonderful city.
Tomorrow we fly home. Give me a day or so and like all the other blogs I will wrap things up with my comments on the entire trip. It's been grand, and so was my traveling companion.
... had a hard time singing songs in church. I had a beyond a hard time singing anything especially topics that had to do with the family. I would swallow my pain as if it were arsenic.
Then I found a guy who was willing to help me find a way to "turn off", meaning he was willing to train me how to "turn off" my emotions so that I wouldn't feel the hurt anymore. For years he had attempted to teach me to lie, disguise, and mask my ...
... but that was about all I remember. My first day in San Diego I was alone. I ended up walking to the hotel, which was only about a 30 minute walk. Most airports in USA are quite a way from the city centers, however San Diego's airport is only a couple miles from downtown, so that was nice. It saved me some taxi or bus money. The walk to the hotel was pretty nice. I followed the water for about a mile and enjoyed the great ...