Rodeway Inn - Encinitas
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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I have spent the week with Lynn and Malcolm who used to live in my village. We know one another through a mutual friend and from meeting up at village events. It has been so lovely to spend time with them getting to know them better and they have been most generous in allowing me space to catch up on myself and relax. Of course some sightseeing has been in order and I spent Thursday travelling into San Diego on the train and then taking the trolley bus ...
... okay. Well, let me tell you, that doesn't cut it with the San Diego County Sheriff on a motorcycle!.He came up on his cycle, got off, and started walking around the car taking pictures of the wheel well, the license plate and who knows what else. Anyway, he then proceeded to tell us that we were in violation of the red curb law which means you can't park, stand, or load/unload in this zone. Dick explained what we were doing and that we ...
... etched in the hillside. There were so many cool little shops and artsy places but we only stopped in a copper pot store and the firehall so I could pee. Off again to more winding mountain roads and eventually the town of Preston, another cool fun looking town with shopping opportunities we just couldn't experience. The mountains roads faded into empty desert highways that shot straight on for miles and miles. Cacti as tall as 12 feet high dotted the hills along with beat ...
... however still getting used to being able to turn right on red lights.
On our first full day here in San Diego we went and checked out the Old Town and then caught a trolley into the city. San Diego is a very nice, clean and a modern looking city. And for a major city in the US it isn't very busy or have much traffic. The next day Mez got to live her dream and visit the Happiest Place on Earth... LEGO LAND!!
... is the historic heart of the city. It is a 16 block area and has at least 94 historic buildings. Many events and festivals including Mardi Gras are held in this area throughout the year.
We continued across the Coronado Bridge which takes one to Coronado Island which is a very affluent part of San Diego. There are about 25,000 people living here and of those about 60% have military backgrounds meaning they are either classified as Active or Retired. The ...