Econo Lodge Inn & Suites El Cajon San Diego East
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Travel Blogs from El Cajon
... The rest of the ride was full of good scenery & climbs and descents as the surrounding area began to look more and more like we are actually in SoCal. Once we arrived in El Cajun, we started looking for churches we could ask to stay at & Starbucks. I had the idea to just go to Starbucks & talk to the locals like we do and see if they could help point us in the right direction. We asked the baristas for suggestions & they recommended ...
... super psyched to see Sinclair. Our first afternoon was spent down by the pool looking out at the ocean, and watching dolphins in the distance. After watching dolphins for a while, we were very surprised and giddy to see whales as well! Neither Husb nor I have ever seen a whale before, and we could see them in the distance spraying with their blowholes and sometimes their entire tales would come up out of the water. It was pure magic and such a rush to see it. ...
This morning we spent with Laura and Lee.
Laura, Beth and Ruth went "baby shopping" . Keith and Lee went to the local rifle range so Keith might instruct Lee on the handling of a muzzleloader rifle that he built for him. It was a rifle kit that Laura's Uncle Bob had in his collection and did ...
... Diners, Drive-ins, and Dives) before carrying on to El Cajon. Rain came down very hard a few times in El Cajon. Jessica had been wishing for a rainy day -- Talia had such a grand time playing in the puddles. Simple pleasures to make the heart happy through the sadness.
We arrived at San Diego by 10.30am, a nice easy trip in the van, time passed quickly.
We spent the morning walking around the old town, lunchtime picnicking in Mission Bay, the afternoon at mission beach and the evening in our campsite.
The old town is a tourist spot, with shopkeepers dressed in period costumes and buildings as they used to be when San Diego was part of Mexico rather than the USA. ...