Holiday Inn - La Mesa
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... to see everything, but wasn't really long enough to read everything - a lot of information with each and every artefact. It's also museum month in San Diego, which means half price museum entry to most of the museums here - an added bonus. Later we also stopped at 'Old Town', another suburb which is literally the 'old town'; it reminded me of a Spanish influenced Wild West film. It has the same look as Santa Barbara with the white rendered brick walls ...
... the city for one night has made me long for the mountains again. My heart lies with the peaceful essence of nature, not with the hustle and bustle of vibrant city life. The traffic is crazy, with eight lane freeways, and traffic jams at all hours of the day. There are so many people everywhere I turn that it seems as though you would never be able to just “get away” from it all. While it’s nice to visit and see a new place, I know I could ...
... that are used and how they are applied. School groups would defiantly love this show and be fascinated at how much work goes into creating special effects. It would be highly educational and very productive for both students and teachers/supervisors.
Overall today was a very educational and fun day, going on rides and also seeing how movies are made.
... breakfast now-a-days).
By the time I made my way back to the room Laneshia was up and getting ready but the kids were still cuddled up in the their beds. The battle to get them up was on.
Finally... we made our way to the van and got on the I-5 freeway with parents riding with us. Our first stop was to meet up with Travis and family at the Corvette Diner for lunch.
This diner was all about fun and the restaurant is not only loud with ...
... I was scheduled to work from 10pm-1am in the teen center tonight, so I had a few hours off before I was needed back at work. I went to the Princess Theatre--which was absolutely PACKED--to watch a famous comedian, Doug Funk, do an improv and comedy show. It was hilarious! Kinda reminded me of the tv show called Whose Line is it Anyway. Half the time, I was keeled over a railing laughing my butt off.
It was Casino Night in the teen center, but we only ...