Howard Johnson Express Inn National City/San Diego South
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Slightly later start today, recovering from the trip .... So the girls dropped off the boys to the USS Midway Museum - a massive aircraft carrier, I reckon Top Gun was filmed on it!! They loved it!! So the girls went shopping to Ross's Dress for Less then Target - Cool .... Picked up the boys & a wander around Seaport Village for lunch .... Then aboard a Hornblower cruise for a couple of hours around the San ...
I've never blogged before or ever really felt the inclination to for that matter so bear with me as I get started. I promise I'll get at least a little more interesting once my trip is underway!
So, to begin I guess I'll tell you a little about me. I am 24, I am graduating on Friday (unfortunately only my associates), I have the travel bug, and I just quit my job as a preschool teacher to backpack through Southeast ...
... heartbroken. It's the agony of the tour, nothing is guaranteed, but his son Max Homa is a good golfer that I am sure will make some good money this year.
Rosalee and Maureen visited beautiful La Jolla and came back with an interesting story on the La Jolla parking meters. It seems that on a wall behind the parking lot there is a series of boxes with slots in ...
... It is so much cheaper and easier to access than through the US system. The citizens from the colder states like Chicago and New York etc. are called "Snowbirds" because they come from the cold to this intense heat of the Arizona to lube up their joints and access cheap drugs, it's 105 degrees or over 40 degrees Celsius. There was a fair drive to our destination in Tucson at the Best Western so we watched the movie Wyatt Earp with Val Kilmer filmed in 1993. We had ...
We were en route from Death Valley to Joshua Tree National Park with about an hour and a half to go when my abdominal pains started to get much worse. We stopped for groceries in a small town out in the desert, and my stomach began shaping itself in strange and painful ways. When my belly button essentially sucked itself into my abdomen I decided that was the final sign that it was time to head to San Diego. I was so bummed to have to alter the plans on the trip, ...