Days Inn La Mesa Suites - San Diego
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... Marette. If your reading a travelogue of places, scenery and events with mouthwatering description of the foods we've eaten, it's Ken writing. if you want to comment about the entry you've read, there's a section at the bottom for comments. Don't reply to the email. That will only come to me and Ken won't see it. in ...
Took the kids to the wave house a very cool surfing venue that's situated on mission beach. They had two different activities the barrel wave and the flo ride, both of which looked very daunting. The kids however loved every minute of their hour learning how to master the waves whilst bella surprised us all ...
The last few days have been so busy! We travelled from Zion National Park into Arizona and stayed the night at a free campsite a little outside of the Grand Canyon National Park. The next morning we were able to hike down into the canyon and back up. It was an awesome day for it as the temperature was only 27 or so. We finally saw our first elk while we were at the canyon! We went back into town after seeing the canyon and decided to head in the direction of Cali. We found a campsite ...
... debate in my mind, I decided this was going to be 'my ride' on this journey.
After a thorough inspection and a bit of tetris-ing (my luggage doesn't quite fit in the boot flat, lol), we are off to my first stop. I navigate my way to T's, thanks to the GPS, and find myself pulling into a lovely little complex. It's Spanish influenced, warm and welcoming (like my friend and her family).
T greets me ...
... arrival the relief of seeing the van all in one piece was indescribable and a dent it acquired along the way was pretty well irrelevant. What was not so great was the floor of the warehouse being some 4 feet higher than the ground outside and the only ramp they had was for the use of their fork lift trucks and over one foot narrower than the van, the reason why we were told a truck was needed to take it out of there. It transpired the biggest thing they had ever ...