Ramada San Diego North Hotel & Conference Center
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... Canada Train, Vancouver's version of a subway pass by. The mountains beyond the water are carpeted in a thick layer of green, that rolls up and down the mountainsides. Here and there houses peek out from the green, their red roofs disturbing the fluidity of the forest.
The sun slowly sinks lower behind the mountains, as we talk and visit, looking expectantly at the door to no avail. By 8pm, we've been waiting 90 minutes. The kids have been great, playing ...
... the water by the harbor with a small little collection of shops selling anything from ice- cream and fudge (as Jessie perused) to American vintage apparel and posters (which we all perused) . At this point we were all beyond tired and after Kamal, Jack, and I split a pitcher of Stella we decided to head back to the hotel and relax in the hot tub before going to bed. On our way back we stopped into Old Town—the old traditional Mexican section of the city—to check out ...
... a section that contains a wind farm as the winds get up to 100mph.
We stayed on Interstate 8 most of the way and as we drove along it we found out that the road runs very close to the Mexico border and in some places we were about 0.8km away from it. This meant that there are actually a number of border check stations on the road. The border patrol checked licence plates, licences and also had a series of cameras set up along the road. The rugged terrain ...
I reserved most of this day for the long drive back home. We packed up the tent and were out of the campground by around 8:00 AM. The drive took us about 10 hours to complete stopping three times for gas, the restroom, and food. We made it home around 6:00 PM just in time for me to make it to my weekly tennis ...
... Diner! A '50s throw-back, with sassy waitresses in poodle skirts that decorated kids hair with straws, we all just LOVED this place. Plus, they all received a $10 credit card which allowed them to use the amusement arcade and accumulate points which could be turned into tatty prizes. This made the girls night ...