Howard Johnson Inn San Diego State University Area
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... it is situated next to a tram station, so we rode into the central city.
Never before in my life have I craved gelato so much, and this was just after entering Chocolat, an Italian cafe in downtown San Diego. One thing I have noticed about American service, however, is that the people are very efficient but also quite relaxed and chatty, not the ideal personality for us New Zealanders!
While Pascale and Jason went ...
... but other things kinda got in the way (i'll explain) so it never happened... I'd have totally (not) bossed it though!
Soooo, things I did... went along the coast for a deeeecent walk, bought some McChickens ($1 here - actually cheaper to eat than the supermarket - no wonder Americans are fat!), went to a Weiner BBQ on the beach, visited some thrift stores, and the reason I missed going surfing - bought a Macbook!
It had been something on my mind for a few weeks. I ...
After the weekend at Disneyland, I was discussing my options with Kim and where to go next. In their originally plans they were thinking of heading to San Diego to go to Sea World for a day trip but run out of time. So I wasn't too sure if I should head down there or not. But I decided what the hell, I had the a few spare days. And it ended up pretty good! When I first got there on the Monday I was looking at some information trying to work ...
... We played a couple of arcade games and won Danielle a couple of soft toys before visiting the Shark Encounter exhibit which wasn't hugely exciting. We then headed to our third and final show - The Sea Lions and Otter Show. This show was a comedy and was bloody funny.The guy entertaining the crowd before the show started was a scream and the show itself was great also. The Sea Lions were pretty clever imitating their trainers and the otter was pretty cute. We ...
... a lot of little things that added up, whether it was booking flights (and trying to determine if Egypt was safe or not), understanding visa requirements, getting vaccinated, international health insurance, cell phone access, etc. There were also lots of logistical items I had to address ahead of time like car registration, car insurance, storage, bank accounts, suspending my current cell phone, power of attorney that added to my list. ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking