Howard Johnson Inn San Diego State University Area
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... south of Santa Monica are "industrial", and "gritty". This is pretty accurate, evidenced by the large amount of industry and oil refineries right off the coast highway. Some of the places we're driving through seem kinda rough. We decide at this point to press on to San Diego and spend two nights there. This will leave us a whole day to explore the city.
We'll comment on San Diego tomorrow.
... of the afternoon as Dan needed to keep his foot clean, plus he could barely walk, so we just went to the hostel and checked in. This hostel was really cool, free breakfast, free dinners, free activities and it was super cheap to stay there. Everything was in walking distance too so it would be easy for us to get around the town over the next few days.
The next day we walked to Balboa Park, which took around half hour, and walked down El Prado, which is the ...
... and confident enough to just come up and ask our children to play (which is great).
Since being in the US we haven't seen or heard one mosquito but low and behold I've been bitten TWICE and they are so itchy. I must be the sweetest one in our family that's all I can think off.
Just chilling now for a few days giving Des time off from driving. I think we are going to like it ...
... dressed up in 1800s dress, it was all lovely and very unexpected, we just thought we were going to walk through a standard park. The reason we were walking through the park in the first place was to go and meet uncle Eddie (from the wedding) at the old town Mexican cafe. And uncle Eddie was the reason for all the tequila. After all the tequila we took a tram back to the gaslamp quarter where we were staying (singing the ...
... weather by parking up their RVs. The sea was covered with surfers, and the beachfront by runners and dog walkers. We spent most the day there, and we able to just easily wander back to our camper van to start preparing our dinner, after which we went to go see the beautiful sunset on the beach. However the next day was going to be a lot busier with a visit to Balboa Park, a walk around down town San Diego, and then the port. After a local tradition of ...