Rodeway Inn - Encinitas
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... last one of the tour, it felt appropriate that the hiker- biker area was right at the far end with the least wind protection on the site and furthest away from the showers. Tonight would be our last night of camping for quite some time, which was a little sad, although neither of us could honestly say we'd had a good night's sleep under the canvas at any point on the tour. John, who we'd met the night before in Dana Point, was already there and progressing well ...
... were some amazing photos there.
We then went in search of a place to eat and ended up at a "pub" where they filled orders at a window and people ate at outside tables. It was a beautiful day and the park had lots of people enjoying the sun.
After lunch we wandered around a bit more, went to the botanical building that is a wooden structure with open air between the pieces of wood and beautiful plants and orchids. We ...
On our way to Encinitas, we experienced a new technology phenomena, unmanned highway toll levy. No machine or person to give our toll fees to. We went online to pay the $7+ toll. Since we weren't sure when the toll started, we probably got hit with the max toll. Technology costs!
We also stopped by a rest area that had a view you would definitely not expect, an ocean view! And the facility buildings seemed to be fashioned ...
... anthem all the way) and went to a bar with enormous margaritas where we gatecrashed a Canadian guys stag do. After escaping from that we headed back to the hostel for cheap beers and went with people from the hostel to watch the fireworks. They were very impressive. Typical usa, just doing everything like us but MUCH bigger. The next morning we sorted out the hangover then went to meet uncle Eddie again to go to the zoo. He's ...
... the car, drank coffee at the "love cafe" which was exactly what you'd expect: super nice new age folks enjoying gluten free muffins and transcendence. We went back to wait for Sarah at the devils bridge trail head and she came in just before dad was about to access the onstar emergency phone system. We ate a hardy breakfasts at a poverty that had 100 omlette varieties. Sarah didn't have an omlette but bought a pair of fabulous frida bottle cap earrings. Then we changed our ...