Residence Inn San Diego Scripps Poway Parkway
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- Heated pool
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Wednesday, February 25. Another easy morning of coffee and book reading. We continued our coffee outside with Tank and Doreen to decide what we wanted to do. I mentioned that I was curious where the water flowed that came out of the mountain. None of us could recall seeing signs of it going into the lake so decided to jump in the Jimmy and find out. We drove back up by the waterway through the mountain and followed it to a point ...
... but not before making a few stops along the way. Experienced the Four Corners Monument and Monument Valley, both of which were amazing and so glad that I made the stops! After the long drive, I finally settled down in the Mathers campground on the South Rim of the Grand Canyon, where I would spend the next three nights. Days 5 and 6 were spent exploring the Grand Canyon. Rode the tour buses around and jumped off at various ...
... great blog! I have turned into the most faithful
admirer of your writing style: you write so vividly that I feel like I
had been there myself Have fun with your wonderful family & continue to share your trip with us. Big hug!!!!
Elisa Wirtschafter So
much FUN!!! Wanted to ask how the food worked out last Shabbat? So
happy you made this happen for you guys...all your hard work at
carefully planning everything!
... back to the hostel and chatted to some other foreigners while drinking Great American Wine (see pic). The next day was July 4th so we spent the day drinking tequila (bit of a change from wine, but more Mexican than 'Merican). Before the tequila happened though we went to old town San Diego where there is a park that they have rebuilt to looks like USA in the 1800s, so it was all saloons and tobacco shops. There were also loads ...
... we jumped in to go. 10 minutes later we were still sat in the parking lot, reading the instruction manual for an automatic car and psyching ourselves up to get out of the notoriously complicated LA roads.
We had expected that Hannah would have some trouble with adjusting to an automatic car, and indeed on several occasions she slammed the break in place of the clutch and flailed wildly with her left hand, searching for a gearstick and finding only a ...