Red Roof Inn San Diego Downtown
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... the show with International Musician Daniel Bouchet. At first we thought he was not going to be good but by the second song he just blew us away. His voice was amazing and he plays the 12 string guitar like I have never seen before, he also sings in 5 different languages. After the show Karen wanted to watch the movie that was playing call "I Origins" about molecular mapping, we watched the first 30 minutes and left, it was terrible. Played cards for awhile and on the way back to our ...
... see that far, there was a stunning view part of the San Andreas Fault which jagged across the ground. After spending to long at Joshua Tree we began our route to San Diego. For the record, as we approached the city, we drove on what is certainly the largest road we have ever encountered. With nine lanes going one way, this monster highway sped us into the city. After settling into the hostel and cooking dinner, we walked the mile towards the beach to meet Abbie's university ...
... to walk outside in the middle of the day and be able to actually go for a walk and enjoy the outdoors was, literally, a breath of fresh air. We explored many areas and I was truly awed by the natural beauty of the area. San Diego is on a very hilly peninsula so there are areas of flat sandy beaches that give way to rocky areas that become cliffs looking down on the power and majesty of the Pacific Ocean crashing on the rocks. As you walk ,there are ...
... br> Some came back after getting pizza, but instead of finishing Casino Night they were all completely content to sit in a bunch of bean bags across the floor, talking about their schools and hobbies and whatnot. Fine by me though it meant more boredom. Everyone luckily went back to their cabins around midnight to sleep, so I stayed another 30 minutes and then closed up early. Good thing I have the day off tomorrow and I can sleep in! [[I said this too soon ...
... get on with it. The start is tomorrow (Monday) morning at 0900. It is supposed to be quite the spectacle. The mayor will be there as well as high ranking officials from Mexico. It will even be covered live on TV! The starting gun they will use is the official America's Cup starting gun. Pretty cool eh?
We normally finish a post after we have departed from a spot. Since we are leaving in the AM we're writing this last bit of the ...