Blue Heron Farm Bed and Breakfast

5910 Camino Baja Cerro, Fallbrook, California, United States | B&B
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This B&B, located on 5910 Camino Baja Cerro, Fallbrook, is near Point Reyes National Seashore, Guajome County Park, Antique Gas & Steam Engine Museum, and Oceanside Municipal Golf Course.
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    Travel Blogs from Fallbrook

    Good-bye Disney, Hello San Juan Capistrano

    A travel blog entry by 4memorieswego on Jul 28, 2014

    1 comment, 25 photos

    ... here; it’s less than 2 miles from our house and rather cute.

    Everyone joined in at Vons and helped shop for things they wanted to eat. Nice store, friendly people. We signed up for a Safeway card many years ago when we first started traveling around the country and we still have it and use it on these trips. Saves a lot of money at these stores as they give a discount to those with a card. Safeway owns Vons as well, and is ...

    Cabo San Lucas

    A travel blog entry by cherylhilario on Apr 16, 2014

    28 photos

    ... the Los Archos rocks. We were able to negotiate a price of $12. each for our boat ride. Had a fun boat ride! It was great just getting outside and smelling the sea air. Next we decided to do a little shopping. I had the whole day off (finally my first) but both of my friends had to get back to the ship to work. I walked around town for a bit waiting for my other friend Vicki to get back from her tour. We ...

    3 Automated Online Businesses

    A travel blog entry by gainfulmav843 on Nov 23, 13

    ... the list of home based businesses as it is the best thing to do and is a part-time business if you think of it. No one usually comes for classes in the late evening, do they? Start by tutoring a few children at a time and through them you will soon get more students. When the count of your students increases, you can hire one more teacher to work for you. Slowly, once you think this is growing a lot, you can actually even hire ...

    Made it to Ben and Elise's in Fallbrook

    A travel blog entry by natolir on Jul 29, 2013

    After a great night at Gene's cabin last night we woke up this morning and went to his ranger station. We got a National Park pass that will get us into any national park across the country for the entire year so that will save us a lot of money and let us see more parks. After leaving Gene's ranger station we set out for the ocean near San Diego. Along the way we were hit with a ...

    La Jolla ( La Hoya)

    A travel blog entry by lucysureoffoot on Jul 24, 2013

    17 photos

    ... with multiple cars (white and smug) virtually no black or hispanic people but the beach and coastline were lovely and there were big gatherings of seal families, pelicans and cormorants on the rocks. Apart from the odd 30s buildings and some groovy villas, yep the wildlife was the best thing about La Jolla (La Hoya). Annoying name too! Out for Indian food in the ...