Rodeway Inn National City
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... nothing to let us know why. Huntington Beach looks very affluent with lots of new buildings and wide open roads. Next Newport Beach had a McLaren garage, Porsche, Maserati, Ferrari and Bentley! Serious money here. Willie was counting the number of banks. There was creek living at Crystal Cove and next was Laguna Beach. No thrift shops in this area. The coast line got more rugged again with huge houses on the hillside and clinging to the cliffs. At San Clement we decided ...
... as we know it today began here and about the families that lived here. The tour lasted about an hour and afterwards we walked around the shops and saw the haunted house. Kirsty wanted to go in but I knew we would regret it so we opted for a few drinks instead. It feels like we are already in Mexico. The next couple of days will just be sorting out things for cancun. We have a long journey ahead and a lot of waiting around. It will all be worth it though and we can not ...
... with all of the nighttime activities and restaurant patrons. Cheryl and Elle checked around the hotel, to no avail. In about 10 minutes, they were all back at the beach, not a thought in the world that we might have been worried. Kids.
By this time, we were all tired, so we said our good-byes to our friends and made our way back to the room.
Tomorrow: On to Hollywood
Woke on Sunday with serious hangovers! Checked out of the room, packed up the car and headed for food. Probably wasn't safe to drive quite yet!! Once we felt a bit more alive, it was back on the road. Having initially underestimated the time it would take to get to San Diego, and the traffic, we finally arrived at 1900 hours over 7 hours journey, with stops! It was dark by this time but we could still appreciate the beauty of the hotel. We checked ...