Days Inn Oceanside at the Coast
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... and headed north on CA 163 to I-805. The upside was I found Miramar National Military Cemetery. I pulled off and rode through the cemetery. There were families there sitting in front of graves and there was a section of new places with temporary markers. I had to stop. There was a family there just staring at the plot. This choked me up.
This stuff is real, active, and the reason we need to keep supporting our military ...
... and dogs. Here is a pic of Sue and Dexter walking the beach. He and Charlie really enjoyed the sand and chasing the gulls. Bad news is we were told a few minutes after this pic that it was illegal to have dogs on the beach and would yield a $300.00 fine if we were caught. So back to the sidewalk:)
The beach is well maintained. So ...
... with plenty of tequila... And hung out as family one last time until our final wake up, which was a welcome 6:30am wake up and a major dance party! Ok picking up on this blogpost now in San Fran... Incredibly hard to write about all the final moments in one sitting!... It was surreal to wake up knowing that we had family and friends waiting at the finish line, and knowing that the day had finally come. We had breakfast at Denny's... Will pause ...
... Perk in Friends - they still have most of the items which were used including the sofa and the signs. Most films are now filmed abroad as it's cheaper but some scenes are still done in studios and interestingly the same backdrop would have been used in numerous films but the clever editing would make it look completely different. We spent the afternoon in Santa Monica - a lovely residential area outside of downtown by the beach. The area is really ...
... the drive-in movies. Monsters University, the prequel to Monsters Inc, our choice. $7 each and we get to watch on a huge screen in a parking lot 5 miles from the US-Mexican border. Strange but cool. So we parked our car up and I went to the concessions stand to buy our goodies (Sian had a slice of pizza and I had a chilli dog and popcorn). Definitely getting into the swing of this piece of Americana! The sound of the film comes through your FM radio of the car and ...