Vagabond Inn - San Diego Airport Marina
- Continental Breakfast
- Refrigerator in room
- Multilingual staff
- Microwave in room
- High-speed internet in room
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... Where are the ancient stone towers and cobblestone streets?
Slowly we've merged back into American culture. When we first returned we marveled at how wide our roads were, now we once again drive aggressively, constantly on alert for crazy drivers. Sometimes we still slip up with the dialect. The other day Julian asked for crisps, and when Elizabeth replied, "you mean potato chips?" Julian said "no, Mom, crisps!"
Heading to the west coast now, about 5-6 hours driving. Driving through the desert, nothing in sight except some cactus plants. We only stopped for fuel, a snack and drink. mostly drove all day, though mountains of rock no plants growing on them, quite unusual, then back in complete sandy desert. Arrived late so didn't get a chance to look at the area we are staying in. Went and picked up pizza and brought it back to the hotel and ...
... and over another hour passed until it arrived and we were, at last, just a tyre torturing manoeuvre away from freedom!
The shipping company in Vancouver was Beacon International Despatch Ltd, in case anyone is thinking of using them.
On the other hand, Phoenix Cargo is the sort of company we would and probably will use again and we are thankful to Terry Pittaway in particular for his valuable assistance. His contact address is ...
... I went to get ice and there were half a dozen excited gorgeous fat girls that smelled of toilet air freshener stepping out for the evening to go party stating to me whilst pointing..."she's getting married" and not giving a **** about anything other than the noise we'd hear later on I replied..."Ah, well then, congratulations!". With my bucket of ice to hand I stepped back into our room to give Stef the bad news. She quickly reminded me ...
... loved the snakes and otters (he finally got to see a King Cobra), Jess loved the Giant Pandas and the Polar Bears, Tim all of the Bears and Lily the big cats. Despite the $5.00 ice creams, it certainly was a worthwhile and thoroughly stimulating day. We got to ride back and forth on the Sky Gondola, had a 40 minute tour through the zoo on a double decker bus and even saw a short film in a 4D theater where we felt the snot of a dinosaur hit us on the ...