No prices found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
Travelers also looked at:
TripAdvisor Reviews Dmitri's Guesthouse San Diego
Travel Blogs from San Diego
... to warm it up. I have to say it was pretty good - very tense moments and we found ourselves asking 'what would you do?' which was interesting. Some times we kind of wanted to scream at them for being stupid, but overall it was very good. We preferred that to Black Mass. After the second film, we were ready to go back to the hotel, so we set off walking back for some dinner. Today has been a chilled out day. Couldn't really risk doing much else but ended up being pretty ...
... table is ready. It's called NoWait and they text you when your table is ready. Saves them all the hassle of the pager, and just moves us one step closer to a world that if you don't have a cell phone, you won't even be able to eat.
Tomorrow is the San Diego Zoo. It's open from 9:00 to 9:00 so there should be plenty of time to see everything.
12.3 miles today
12,972.7 miles total
0.0 gallons today
313.769 gallons total
... to be true (because the experiences in my life have made truth evident to me at different times).
After a profound talk with my mother recently and feeling encouraged by the strength demonstrated to me by a new friend, I finally feel I can stand on my own two feet and defend my convictions, or in other words stop sacrificing my convictions and hold to the boundaries I have always been trying to set for myself.
Consistency is key...man ...
... cafes and Italian restaurants. San Francisco was the heart of the beat poet movement which began in the 1950s and a nearby bookstore known as City Lights was a reflection of those days and was still in operation. It continued to support this style of writing and was our next point of interest. Perhaps the most famous of the beat poets was Alan Ginsberg and his works were displayed throughout the shop, including the infamous 'Howl', which brought to prominence to the Beat ...
... lizards who would jump out of the way and scurry across the rocks only to dive behind one out of sight. Birds were singing their lovely tune hopping along the rocks and flying between them and the few shrubs along the way. Harris ground squirrels popped out seemingly from no where, startling me and making me jump...which wasn't a good thing on the face of a mountainside! Many species of cacti lined the rocks on the lower region of the trail, closer to the summit there were ...