Howard Johnson El Cajon/San Diego Area
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Awoke to an amazing sunrise and a hummingbird in the flowering bush beside our home on wheels. Cloud cover meant slightly cooler but still very comfortable but grey clouds over the mountains made me wonder if rain was in store for us. Travelled the west side of the ...
... good friends at Josh and Caren's house. They spoiled us with grilled salmon, beef, tomatoes we picked from their garden, josh's very dirty rice, and avocados from the neighbors tree. As a bonus we got to visit the neighbor goats and new baby alpaca. Softest guy ever! Then it was back to Erin's to pack and crash out. Day 4: After some hastened good byes we were back on the road. Keep your eyes open for " sorry, we were having too much fun part 2". Ciao for now. -Jill and all her ...
... is very easy to drink, the French know how to make pastries, flaky and not real sweet. By not understanding the complete language we were able to be in our own world.
To everyone who is thinking about any journeys, do it now. We always think we can do it later when we can afford it, when we have the time, but now is the time. ...
... to Point Loma and walked along the beach at Newport Beach - a less salubrious version of its namesake further north.
The trip home was tedious as the Interstate was beginning to get busy. At point all five lanes ground to a halt as US Border people pulled a van over and dealt with the occupants - Mexico is only 10 miles south of San Diego.
After such a short night last night, I think it will be an early one tonight!
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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