Staybridge Suites San Diego - Sorrento Mesa
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
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... in San Diego came to a close. Jacqui and Phil had hosted us generously, driving us around, feeding us and allowing us to wallow in the luxury and comfort of their home. Our final Californian experience before they left us at the airport was breakfast at the Studio Diner, an authentic American diner decked out in shiny stainless steel and melamine and serving good old traditional diner food of excellent quality. A fitting finale to a truly wonderful week. ...
... about 10:00am. Just about that time RV Pro Service showed up to have a look at our balky slide-out. He spent a few minutes and decided he needed to contact Newmar to discuss the problem and asked if he could come back next Monday after talking with them. That freed us up for the rest of the day so we took advantage by going over to Mission Bay Golf Course which is right across the street from our location. We spent half an hour on the range warming up until our time was called. ...
... was there at the airport to meet us and we had no problems. Karen was still feeling a bit under the weather from the altitude and rested all afternoon on the ship.
November 20th, Thursday
Karen was sick overnight so she is now isolated in the room for 24hrs. the ship is very serious about people being unwell. We made the most of the isolation by watching movies.
November 21st, Friday
The morning started off at 8am with a call from the medical ...
... br> Then Ricky showed us supposedly the most dangerous neighborhood in San Diego called “Logan” where members of the most dreaded Mexican gangs still live. It honestly didnīt look so bad but he explained that things had improved a lot in last few years. He used to live in San Diego so he can probably say if the situation got better. We even stopped for a while to look at some of the graffiti painted on the columns of the Coronado Bay Bridge. Most of them included ...
... our last night here. We were treating this place as a rest bite and to find an apartment for the rest if our time in San Diego. In our time here we went to the laundrette and got talking to the owner. It turns out his ancestors moved from Fife. We even got two free bottles of water out of it. SCORE!! That night we looked into apartments. We decided to go with the one that was the most central. Only ten minutes to the zoo and the Baseball park. We had ...