Howard Johnson Inn And Suites San Diego Area/Chula Vista
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- Swimming pool
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... about improving my relationships I so badly want to improve back home, in real, non-Bike and Build life. She even washed my socks for me. So this goodbye was difficult, but I managed to stick to my Breezer ways and sped off before any real emotions sunk in. I drove home and got to work packing, doing things I needed to do, and then sacked out for about 2 hours before my sister came home with dinner! We ate pizza while she shared stories from her trip to Hawaii and her current rotation ...
... from their part of the world.
We are now back in L.A. Airport after a short 25 minute propellor flight up from San Diego, and just getting ready to board the long haul 14 hour flight home. It has been a great trip. Thanks to anyone who took the time to read all these blogs. It has been a marathon I know, with fresh updates from so many places.
It's remarkable how different they all were. It felt like we visited different countries. Even Savannah and ...
... ones stayed on land. We hung out in a lovely park on the bay and did 2 geocaches. Austin & I had our first In & Out Burgers. The others had a fabulous sail and left Dad's ashes to the pacific in a beautiful swirl of turquoise as described by Dexter & his sister, Dori.
July 17th – The family, now down to 9, met at our campsite and then we caravanned to Old Town, San Diego. ...
... t have enough time to explore the zoo. We hired a Surrey bike and rode through Balboa park, lots of fun! After this we headed back to old town and saw a production about the Mormons battalion, and had " the best pizza in America" for dinner, we walked up to cold stone ( same concept as cold rock) and Sam had a huge sundae whilst Emma had a try of root beer ( ewww taste like watered down sasperella) and that was our first day in San Diego ...
... minor hills it was an easy ride and with the bay beside us and the city skyline ahead of us it was very scenic but most of it was alongside a major auto route so it wasn’t nearly as enjoyable as the Santa Monica bike route. We stopped to take photos at a couple of the naval yard gates and discovered that the finely manicured lawn area was artificial grass! Our campground is fronted by a city park complete with a sandy beach and a fishing pier. So at the end of our bike ride ...