Vagabond Inn - San Diego Airport Marina
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- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Continental Breakfast
- Refrigerator in room
- Microwave in room
- High-speed internet in room
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... and a beer before we boarded.
Off down to board and everything is going sweetly until the attendant checked my boarding pass and said you are a lucky guy. I know I did not win OZ lotto so was hoping for an upgrade to First but no it was just an instruction to come over to get tested for explosives. At the start of the testing the guy made a general statement to me that went something like this "USA Homeland ...
... We watch out the window as we fly pass Catalina Island. Before long we can see Balboa Park. When we land the boys fight over who gets to be the first on San Diego soil. Chris and Elizabeth are smiling form ear to ear.
Our shuttle home is quite entertaining. The boys excitedly point out things. "Look there's that wall!" "The construction is done over there." We unlock the house, it's really hot inside from being closed up but it feels incredible to be ...
... home is) and into Los Angeles, which is difficult to avoid. Being about 5 pm on a weekday we did expect a bit of traffic delay. It just crawled though the 60 miles (100 km) across LA from Hollywood to Capistrano but it is still urban for a bit south. The scale of this city is hard to put into context.
We were to meet up with Terry in San Diego, a friend Rosie has connected with via an app ...
... me a different perspective of trying to take things a bit more easily... Which I totally didn't do for the next few days! But is something i've definitely implemented since. I guess you cant live at 100mph forever, even with a diet largely based around Sugar!
Next day... Balboa Park... OK... Colonial... Bit boring... then walked all through San Diego's barren districts and harbour for about 3 hours just to go collect my backpack from Ocean Beach, eat a couple ...
... like the kind of guy who's good fun with a beer in him. He then invited us to the park to hang out with two of his sober friends... We politely declined his invitation. With that excitement out of the way we got a boat across the bay to get a taxi to Sea World. We got in the first taxi at the rank, maybe we should've skipped it. The taxi driver looked like Huggy Bear from Starsky and Hutch. We all got in and told him we wanted to go to Sea World. Alarm bells started ringing when he ...