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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Thursday in San Diego. Both of us slept in and we didn't get moving till close to lunch time - I think jet lag and disappointment and frustration re Turkey zapped all our energy. Yesterday we were too tired to do much when we arrived so had thought we would squeeze a lot in today - but not to be. The first thing we did was track down a SIM card for Rob's IPad - he finds it frustrating when he can't access the net. ...
... diner, and walked to the beach. Very nice little town. Which it could be seen it used to be a 'sleeper town' which had just been awoken over the last half decade or so.
After a nice scouting, I returned to the highway ( 2:00pm ish ) to hitchhike my way too San Diego.
My back was killing me !!! My pack had grown exponentially over the last week.
Anyways. Off to San Diego I hoped! Better luck than last ...
... we just could not get enough! Mike told us that the Sunset Market was not something to miss. So we invited Billy, Lydia and Brian to go with us. We walked around downtown for a couple hours looking at cool art and eating yummy food.
These are the two coolest things we feel are worth sharing:
Salty Sisters is a candy company that has amazing toffee and scrumptious chocolate and salt combinations. The owner recently quit her job with the local ...
... primarily will only look at Internet or a computer at all for that matter in order to book the next hostel accommodations or put subsequent posts (which I'll have to outline on pen and paper as to not hog a hostel computer for too long). I also had an awesome last hurrah sharing drinks and laughs on Mission and Garnet over the weekend to cap off my tenure in San Diego with all of my favorite people.
I love you all! Farewell!
... but we couldn’t stay long, as the ocean was calling us to return.
Like a clock that ticks away the time, with no end in sight, Sloboda steadily returns to the sea. Awake for another one of the countless sunrises we have gazed, we push further out to sea this time, with 360 degrees of nothing but water around us. Little did we all know when we awoke, that this day would be later be considered ...