Howard Johnson Inn San Diego Hotel Circle
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I love to ride bikes. On a bike, I feel completely alive. I’m entranced in my own carefree world where anything is possible. And because I’m so enthralled with my own little world, I generally like to bike alone. Aside from a new indie album or shuffled playlist, there is nothing but the sound of passing traffic.
Which brings me to my next point- the man I will soon marry is one of the few people I know ...
... a hurry. So much whale. And nearly as acrobatic as the dolphin show. With way more of a splash. With only 30 mins left till closing after the show we headed up the sky tower. It was a little disappointing because of the vinyl stickers all over the outside. But it did give us a good view of the surrounds nonetheless. There was just enough time to sneak into line on the manta rollercoaster. Carriage no.1 gopro set and battery flat. We were the only ones on the ride. Oh ...
When we left Joshua Tree, we drove to san diego where we got our first taste of cali traffic. We bought a canoe first thing and I probably pulled the trigger too soon and settled for one with a slight leak which turned into a bigger leak. I fixed it so i'll let you know later if its good to go. Lol. We then went to Walmart to stock up on needed food supplies etc. what a nightmare. It was super crowded and a lot of the shelves were literally ...
Battle royal and bfast courtesy of Freder-ique
Went to Old Town to hopefully meet up with Elaine's Ninong (god father). Used an ATM at the old WellsFargo
Drove up to San Bernardo, saw lola ting, uncle juju, his wife and jube
Met up with old college friends at Polite Provisions. It was great seeing Ginger & Mari again!!
Drank yummy cocktails
Shared a punchbowl
Got tacos,met up with ninong at el zarape
Passed out watching hunger ...
... lots of rustic buildings. We sampled 10 different wines.
After that sampling, we decided it was time for lunch before we sampled again. Whew! The next stop was Callaway Winery for a splendid lunch overlooking the vineyard. Wow!
Next stop (saved the best for last) was Leoness Winery with beautiful venues. After several hours we ...