Super 8 East San Diego / El Cajon
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... it all in, knowing that this was our last real ride day. Eventually we made it to lunch where we enjoyed any fruits, veggies, & left overs we could find. Since we have been doing nothing but eat all day, it was a lighter lunch with a bit of time to snooze & relax. With the hot sun beating down, we did not chill too long with a desire to get into some AC and find coffee. So Ali, Syrena, & I took off to finish out the last 15 miles of the ...
... over a week in San Diego, a city I’ve been to before and knew I would be falling in love with one way or another. I was exhausted from the hospital and so ready to see the ocean at the same time. Lucky for us, our friend Sinclair had us lined up to spend the weekend at his uncle’s place in Encinitas right on the ocean. We packed up as soon as I was discharged and drove up the coast to Encinitas for a weekend of relaxation. We unpacked at the condo ...
... a reasonable price (that is unusual for SD).
The afternoon was spent at Beth's apartment waiting on the Cox Cable Guy to come and fix her internet issues. He was thorough, but quite a talker. Beth was still at work so we stopped at Gabbinos Pizza on the way home for spagetti dinner. Yum! Leftovers for tomorrow.
A little warmer tonite, but to bed early because tomorrow we are touring wine country.
... through dust storms a couple times then turned off on the 78 to head to El Cajon via Julian, passing through part of Anzo-Borrego State Park. Lots of OHV use areas here. Light showers before Julian and much cooler. Ate lunch at Ramona Café in Ramona (one of the places ...
... chips were okay and our salads were beautiful.
The next day we explored the popular Gaslamp District, but to our surprise, it was lifeless. It seemed as though it was a nightly hot spot, with all it's bars and theatres etc. Ah well. We went for a drive up to the beaches in hope we'd see some Sea Lions lounging around the rocks as reported. We struggled to find a car park but eventually found one, a short stroll from loads ...