Econo Lodge Encinitas
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... must have been at least ten miles. It was huge with multiple housing estates, supermarkets, restaurants and a golf course. The place was eerily quiet and despite the many 'TANK XING' signs on the road we didn't see a single one, or any other interesting vehicle - think the residents were all still on holiday... After negotiating the busy exit, we joined Route 15 and passed through the affluent towns of Oceanside and Carlsbad. As the sun was dropping like a stone, ...
... a ride in Malcolm's Morgan . The head gear made for an interesting photo ! It was a knee gripping drive- didn't dare touch the paintwork! And I have no idea hoe racing drivers get up to Formula 1 speeds. Being so low on the ground one felt very vulnerable! But it was fun and I saw some more of the environs of Encinitas. My last evening had arrived all too soon so we went to watch the sunset over the sea and then dined on the beach. Tomorrow Las Vegas and back to ...
This morning we woke up at the comfort inn in Indio just before Palm Springs and just after coachella. We are pretty sure the coachella concert starts soon so that's kinda cool. Goodbye Arizona and hello California! Although Getting to Indio was a bit of a gong show, and inadvertently became our third day of driving pretty much all day. We woke up the night before in the little butterfly cabin just north of Sedona and enjoyed a lovely basket of fruit and banana bread. Poor dad ...
... Carrier ship. The ship is just gigantic. With tunnels and tunnels inside and all the fighter jets and helicopters on the top deck there was so much to see we couldn't see all of it.
At midday we went to a meeting point and got picked up by a bus as we had organised a day trip to go and see Tijuana in Mexico. There was only another 10 people on the bus. A few years ago there used to be hundreds of tour busses that would take ...
... to give everyone a fair chance but no one seemed to like that I was hanging with him. I don't know, I gave him my blanket and wished him well to the next time we ran into each other. He was a little strange but everyone is i think.
Throughout the week, I attended events from the Mission Community and got to know them all better and a part of me felt like this could potentially be a home church one day. I went to dinner at the family's house and met Grandma Phyllis and Body ...