Quality Inn & Suites El Cajon San Diego East
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... for 23 years -- the last 7 to the same park model in Yuma. Before that they were in other places in Yuma and before that they were in Apache Junction. Denis and I think Yuma does make a good winter place but the park we stayed in again this time, Arizona Sands, doesn't have much in the way of amenities-- nice washrooms and laundry and the dike to walk on and buzzards to watch-- but that is about it and not near much to walk to. We ...
... in San Diego was younger than most of the ones I've had so far, and after picking me up from the greyhound station we went back to her house in the northern neighborhood of University Heights. It's full of students, and thus equipped with it's fair share of 24-hr coffee shops and $1 taquerias, but also trendy wall murals and pomegranate trees on the side of the road (from which we duly borrowed/stole - the nearest one was suspiciously close to a residents garden ...
... just before sunset. The next couple of hours were spent making our way back to Los Angeles, this time taking the highway. Back in L.A. before finding our lodging, we started following a grilled cheese food truck for what would be a great culinary experience. I had a mac and cheese grilled cheese that was extremely cheesy and delicious. Ben enjoyed an arugula, tomato, and goat cheese grilled cheese; which was just as delicious.
Having had ...
... the third(!) chapter in Dushanka and Neven's wedding adventure. This being the traditional Serbian wedding service which took place at the Serbian Orthodox Church, one of the most beautifully mosaiced churches I've seen. The service was followed by good ol fashioned celebration - at which point even a 27 year old bottle of rakia was opened by Branko, kept from when Dushanka was born. As Shana was the Kuma and associated VIP of ...
... to her unit from an attempted break-in!
First order of the day was to restock the coach with groceries. We emptied the fridge before storing the coach so it was a big order! Not only did we need new fruit, vegetables and meat but we also needed to replace many of our condiments. We originally planned to stay long enough to visit the San Diego Zoo but decided we were 'traveled out'. Next time!
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