La Quinta Inn San Diego Old Town / Airport
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... to complete for Mexican auto insurance and doggy health certificates. We have a vet appointment. We need Mexican fishing permits. We need Thanksgiving stuff. We need more beers. We need pesos. We need a can of fake snow. (See Robert Earl Keen, Christmas with the Family) Bobby and Cory chatter nonstop, I take a nap. We are invited to dinner at the Hamovitch's. Bobby's Aunt Judy is expected. What an incredible lady, doing great at 89. And sharp, nothing gets by Aunt ...
... with the service and the quality of the planes. The air hostesses are neat and tidy and their manners and dealings with the customers are a level higher than any of the other airlines I have used.
While saying that - the courtesy of the Americans we have met are such that you have to see before you could believe. They are so helpful and nothing seems too much trouble. While there are exceptions to the rule, I would have to ...
... who give presentations and can answer questions. The aircraft are launched with the aid of a catapult, which can accelerate the planes from 0 to 180mph in less than two seconds and apparently if you attached a car to it the catapult would throw it 1/4 mile (presumably they have tested this!) On Saturday we visited San Diego Seaworld, which we highly recommend. There are numerous shows staged throughout the day featuring ...
... 1 (you need to scroll down to the 06/17 show and then skip to around 44 minutes for the magic to begin). The story is that Cleo and Yasmin had been in contact with this radio station for a few weeks ever since they accidentally found themselves on air whilst in a taxi in New Mexico. The radio station (or Billy ‘Fatback’ Cornelius’s show ‘The Fatback Nation’ to be precise) insisted on regular updates of their ...
... Oh Canada” sung more loudly and with more slurring than the Star Spangled Banner.
It was a closely fought battle throughout, and as the ninth inning came to a close, the game was tied (reminding me of every damn soccer game I've ever seen). So the game went into
overtime (extra-innings, in baseball lexicon). We had to see this through; after all it is our quest. We stayed through the ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Pets allowed