Extended Stay America - San Diego - Carlsbad Village by the Sea
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... before heading back to the car to explore a bit more. We decided that we just had to have pho one more time so we went back to Saigon on Fifth for an early dinner before returning the car.
The past few weeks we’ve seen quite a few movies. We saw Robin Williams’ last movie “Boulevard” (didn’t like it at all), “The Overnight” with Taylor Schilling, “Borrowed Identity” (amazing) and “That ...
... is also very different. San Diego lies on the coast of Southern California on the edge of the desert with mountains to the east and a series of 200 canyons running through town. The urban sprawl runs north and south along the coast and huge housing developments and office parks crawl up the hills on either side of the canyons. The vegetation reflects the arid desert like climate where the average rainfall is just 8 inches a year and ...
... I am a work in progress, but one thing I know for sure.
There is a concept the Lord Jesus Christ revealed in the Garden of Gethsemane.
"Father if Thou willest remove this cup from me...but not my will but Thine be done!"
After all of the fluctuating back and forth, relying on my own human strength and then the wisdom or the strength of other men (even if they have good intentions), was proven to not be enough!
... went south around a mountain. We drove that direction but could not find the water. Then back to the RV to break camp and the four of us were on the road by early afternoon.
We headed west on I-8 just past Yuma to the Quechan Casino off Hwy 186. This casino has a huge RV section that had at least 100 RV’s parked in all directions on a dirt parking area. We found two sites together and set up camp. Our routine is to find a fairly level ...
... park where the Padres play, and it doesn't look like a ball park at all! It's a mix of stone and steel, and it looks like it belongs in this part of the country. While walking around, we notice a line to get into the convention center. We wondered what it was, and in this age of smart phones, we found out quickly. It is the San Diego International Auto show......one of the biggest auto shows in the country. I'm a car guy, so you ...