Motel 6 San Diego - Chula Vista
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... of the great view and location already in 1852 it became part of the Military defense. We found an old control station. We didn't t see the gun battery, where they had two 16-inch guns, which could fire 2300 lbs shells nearly 30 miles into the sea.
Fort Rosecrans National Cemetery
Since we were already in the area, we stopped and visited this Military ...
... campers and their dogs (we were pretty sure these dogs hated us) Tonight Melissa and Joe invited us to come hang out while they were entertaining Melissa's sister and brother in-law (Gynnette & George)
We chatted for a while and even Zooey and Zena the dogs seemed to warm up to us (or maybe they were just warming themselves by the fire). About ...
... pool with them since the fatality a little while ago. We all had a great day (except for Nathan) and we were lucky it was not too crowded. We have been very lucky with everything in terms of crowds as the kids here are all back in school. We are also lucky with beautiful sunny days. Tomorrow we head east out into the desert to Palm Springs. ...
... lovely stands and tiny shops selling arty crafts. We wander back through the park to the RV and marvel at what a great outdoor space this is and how lovely it is that so far on our trip we've had nothing but sunshine 99% of the time. What a difference from what we've had in the UK.
Tonight we are staying about half an hour outside San Diego, this time not in an RV park. We are doing what is termed as boon-docking. This basically means that we are able to stay ...
... in a grand and old hotel though are annoyed that the more expensive the hotel the more certain it is you will be charged for parking and wifi. You will not be surprised that we were surprised that San Diego was not as we expected. Not a quaint Mexican town, and not a pretty Spanish style resort. But instead a bustly and modern city with a few preserved bits, plenty of ugly high-rise and a huge number of homeless. But what to think when you see the homeless guy at ...