Hotel La Mesa Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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It was quite an experience going into Mexico today. We caught the trolley to the border at San Ysidro and started to walked across the border. Luckily Liz mentioned about our Esta visa and if we left the country it might invalidate it, so we found an immigration person to ask as we were thinking they might not let us back in, and so completed the relevant forms. So far so good. We were advised to get a taxi and only pay up to $5, this the ...
... trim piece over the seams where the drywall met. I used a nail gun for this process. Sean Renneberg and I were the trim team. He measured and cut the trim pieces, while I nailed them in place. Towards the end, we needed to get creative because we were running out of long trim pieces. Sloan and Lochy were part of the crew painting the rooms. The main room was done in a pale mustard, while the back two rooms were painted a basic white. ...
Waking up early this morning to eat our complimentary breakfast, I had a cereal called Trixies, its like fruit oops but just in small round balls, along with bacon and eggs. You could have cereals, oatmeal, bacon, eggs, pancakes, waffles, croissants, danishes, pastries, yogurt and more.
We had to get our transfer to take us to Tijuana in Mexico, they were waiting for us in the hotel lobby as we walked out of the lift. We did some other hotel pickups on the way ...
... can no longer be contained. "What time is it mom?" Asks Kaeleb for the 20th time, he's anxious to board. "I like traveling on planes and I haven't don't it often." No kidding, traveling is expensive for a family of four. How we've made this journey possible is still incredible and will be until we see the bank and credit card statements come September. Julian jumps onto Chris's arm and hangs like the monkey he often pretends to be. When will we board?! The ...
We arranged to meet Hannah Campbell at college, so we swang by UCSD. (This is not easy - winding roads got us lost and turned around.) She is Bobby's oldest neice, the daughter of Mike and Marianna, who we saw in Woodside.
Neat place UCSD. Hannah looks great and is doing well and excited about her first quarter of college. She showed us around ...