Quality Inn & Suites El Cajon San Diego East
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... all, it's Bike & Build and there's no judgement & when else could I get away with that at 7:30am?! Packing down the delicious calories, we were then nice, heavy, & ready for some descending, hoping the extra weight would help us go faster down the hills. Descents did come, but so did a bit of climbing--and by a bit I mean a lot more than we were expecting. However, the scenery today was beautiful and the company even better. I rode ...
... she would discuss future potential surgeries with me if we ended up back in the area, and after the partial blockage cleared up due to the massive amounts of fluid and diuretics being pumped through me I was discharged.
Erik’s parents had arrived in San Diego during the hospital fiasco for their planned vacation and visit to see us. They visited me in the hospital and I have next to no recollection but I do know Husb was able to go out with them for ...
... at doors.... the cars and/or trunks were mostly decorated and the people costumed-- some in themes such as Duck Dynasty, Wizard of Oz, Lord of the rings -- so cool, really, It seemed that perhaps the church supplied most of the candy which also meant it was all pretty much the same which also was good. All in all, such a neat idea. Chloe slept through most of it, and being Sleeping Beauty, that was totally appropriate. Talia was Snow White.
... At the El Fornaio restaurant on the island we met another guest with our dinner party. It was "Andrew", a young man we met several years ago when Beth first moved to SD. After a fine dining experience, Andrew drove us back to the mainland to retrieve our vehicle for our drive home.
What a great day and evening. Thank you Beth!
... of the grounds from the entrance, allowing us to work backwards through the Zoo. One of the first stops was the Polar Bear sanctuary, and MAN, those things are absolutely MASSIVE! Their heads alone are the size of a Smart Car and they're utterly gorgeous creatures, simply stunning to look at. We enjoyed the whole Zoo, and if it weren't for there being billions of moaning little children around, it would have been even better. I guess ...