Travelodge San Diego Mission Valley
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The place, while clean, was not worth the $140 they charged during Comic Con!!! Also, the hair dryer didnt work and the front clerk couldnt send someone to replace it nor did he have one for me to come and pick up.
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... everyone was back in B.C.
Dan invited Maureen and Larry to join us for a dinner of spaghetti and meatballs. We had a fine evening that included an on-speaker telephone call to our mutual friend Valerie in Burnaby. Maureen, Valerie, and Dan had worked together for many years at Peace Arch Community Services.
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... prices in America are at least half of what we pay) we ventured back to the hotel as Ellie is watching the Golden Globes live on the TV, Robyn and I decided to explore what was left of the bank and happened across the old vaults which have been turned into meeting rooms and the vast steel doors have been left in position.
Tomorrow it is off to our last destination on this trip, Los ...
... over dinner! After dinner, we were talked for hours about the rest of our travels and Sam's parents gave us some awesome advice about where to go on our journey down from San Francisco (her mum even drew us a map!) Then it was time to go and we said goodbye but hopefully Sam and her mum will come over to England again ...
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