Rodeway Inn Pacific Beach
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I was so tired last night after the Zoo that I decided to wait till today and write a double entry about the two days we have had so far in San Diego.
First though, I'd like to write about a few things I have learned on our travels so far:
1 - Whatever time you planned to leave in the morning add half an hour (on a good day) to an hour (on a less good day).
2 - Whatever fun you are having probably will be spoiled a bit at some point by ...
... I need gas - not so on this segment - fuel for the driver was the reason to stop. I have a camel-back water sack which holds about a quart of water. It would last about 1 hour if I rationed it a little. The problem with rationing it was that the last half was like drinking bath water. I tried tucking an extra bottle in my shirt but that got hot even faster and wasn't the safest move handling it with one hand at 84 miles an hour. As for the scenery - it ...
... not in our case... It's been cold and rainy all the time since we arrived. Everybody is amazed by this fact and keeps assuring us that "it only rains like ten times a year around here"... Hmm, bad luck? ;)
We are staying in Pacific Beach which is supposed to be a great outdoor area (when it's not raining...). It's pretty far from here to Downtown, but there are trolleys and buses and the journey doesn't take that long. A bit nearer is the ...
... above Naval Base, assigned to a different vessel) joined us for a drive out to a different local venue, La Jolla Cove Beach, which is another delightful setting and place to take in the atmosphere. There's a section of the waterfront where seals routinely emerge from the water to sun themselves, complete with a viewing walkway that curves around the area where the seals congregate, and we were treated to quite ...
... a public car park.Unusual for the trip,it was a pay and display, and at $6 for two hours, not the cheapest.We found a good spot for our lunch.It was nice to have some food that didn't consist of fries and mountains of food.
The day flew by and it was not long before we were returning to the hotel. As we left the car park, we found loads of places we could have parked just along the road for free.Still full from our ...