Ramada San Diego Airport
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... with the logistics. We had a 6:30am wake up, which, consequently, also included a 6:30am dance party. They're getting good at coordinating those wake-up dance parties. We had to be out of host by 7:30, but we didn't have to eat breakfast so most people were pretty pokey this morning. We cleaned up, thanked our wildly generous host for allowing us to stay there, took one last preride selfie and then hit the road. We rode in chunky groups down the street to Denny's for breakfast. ...
... arrive at the apartment about 4.30 and we have a few glasses of fizz before heading to La Jolla Hotel for Lobster night. We had been recommended to go the La Jolla Hotel by the group of San Diego pilots we had met while in Singapore. After meeting them in Singapore, they had said to contact them once we were in San Diego and they would make suggestions of things to do. One of the suggestions, was to go to La Jolla and watch the sunset. As it turns out ...
... we do manage to walk a lot. It will be interesting to see the bathroom scale when we return to Wooster.
Beth has a huge wedding that she is styling the bride and nine bridesmaids. I believe another syylist is helping with some of the party. She loves to do weddings and be creative with up-dos. I would ...
San Diego edition Day 1: Arrived in beautiful San Diego Saturday around two. Erin was ready and waiting with open arms and a full cooler. Boys went swimming and we enjoyed fresh grilled carne asada compliments of Erin and Mike (her dad). Since we'd been up so late the previous night, it was a short one. All asleep by 9 and out cold. Thanks to some slick planning and very good measuring a la Erin we were able to ease "Bethany", our pop up right into Erin and Mike's garage. ...
... to get an overview of the city. We really enjoy doing these tours because you get so much information about the city. It's nice to be able to get a good look at everything and not have to worry about traffic or directions and you can get on and off to spend more time at the places you find interesting. The kids love going on the trolley and Clare cuddled right into Gramps for ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility