Super 8 East San Diego / El Cajon
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Travel Blogs from El Cajon
... to being myself. I walked around, and hung out with so many people with similar interests. It was wierd being around so many like minded people. My favorite part of the whole thing was that day pepper (trail name) gave a talk on his completion of the first ever winter thru hike. He showed slides, talked about the challenges, and answerd questions. Others presented about the lack of water on the trail, food and bears talk. There ...
... was just amazing. I bought my first thing , a pair of boots from Macy's 100 dollars on sale for 80 so I'm feeling pretty excited to pick them up tomorrow, I am finding it hard to shop because I want everything , I have never seen so many pretty shoes. Jake bought another beanie from H&M and then we had our first American pizza , OMG I can't even put into unabbreviated words how good that was! We left the shop at around 6pm to go and get ready for Fleetwood Mac ...
... are then going back to LA for two days to go to a theme park and check out LA properly. (hollywood, Santa Monica Pier, etc etc)
Basically winding down the trip in a very relaxed fashion, living up the SO CAL lifestyle before boarding the plane back to Australia.
I look forward to seeing you all soon.
... New Children's Museum, (a modern museum designed for kids to investigate basic principles of science and physics through interactive activities) Simone and I went shopping, a rare occurrence that provoked much surprise, as we do not enjoy spending money on pointless items such as clothes, handbags and shoes.*
Victoria's Secret, Nine West, Banana Republic and Bath&Body Works were probably my favourites, but for the ...
After leaving Fresno, we spent a couple of nights in Bakersville, on our way to Los Angeles. There we braved the Los Angeles freeways to see a couple of Ken's cousins - one in Claremont and one in La Mirada - about 25 miles apart.
Then it was on to La Mesa, just outside San Diego, to see a minister colleague of Ken's and his ...