Lion's Head Guest House Bed and Breakfast

Address: 16001 Skyline Truck Trail, Jamul, California, 91935, United States | B&B
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This B&B, located on 16001 Skyline Truck Trail, Jamul, is near Sycuan Casino and Singing Hills Country Club - Willow Glen Course.
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      San Diego - city of the endless summer!

      A travel blog entry by gncrtravel on Dec 16, 2013

      28 photos

      ... Brent Richards for the recommendation. Monday and we hit the San Diego Zoo. An amazing zoo, very much like Taronga in Sydney as it's on the side of a hill. Highlights were the Panda and Polar bears and all the freaky snakes! On the way back we picked up an oil column heater (for when it gets so cold that the LPG freezes and the gas heater stops working) and some heavier blankets. No joy on the blankets - i don't think it gets ...

      Boo hoo - our last destination

      A travel blog entry by bobert on Aug 14, 2013

      8 photos

      ... we found a proper food supermarket and took a feast of sushi back to our room.

      after a rest we ended the evening in the swimming pool and the spa pool.

      today we're going to explore balboa park. there are a couple of interesting museums dedicated to space exploration and aviation. the aircraft carrier uss midway is here in the harbour so we might take a look onboard and, if i can push my luck, the maritime ...

      City Tour--overview

      A travel blog entry by amybrownstein on Mar 30, 2013

      30 photos

      ... city became part of the developing aeronautics industry.

      Our first stop was Point Loma, a huge property of the US government and home to the Cabrillo Monument. The lighthouse, located on the area's highest point was closed in 1891. The fog and clouds often obscured the light at its high perch, so a lower one was built. The area houses two large military bases and the Fort Rosecrans Cemetery. The view from Point Loma is fantastic on a clear day, but the gray ...

      It can only be up from here!

      A travel blog entry by boulderbigs on Mar 15, 2013

      3 comments, 2 photos

      ... in stability.
      We were so busy trying to get everything ready for this trip that we were unable to train much. We should have trained in technology as well as riding a bike that is so heavy you can't even push it.
      We thought we would hit so many little stores and gas stations, but nope. We hit 1 yesterday and it was bare. Chocolate milk though. We always prepare for food. However, not this time. Luckily we put in a ...

      San Diego, Here We Come

      A travel blog entry by jpandpa on Jul 17, 2012

      18 photos

      ... there.

      We travel with 3 GPS units, a Cobra Truck GPS, a Rand McNally RV GPS, and a TomTom. Every so often they are all disagree. The correct turn off Rt 8 was one of those times. We opted for the RV GPS. It had all pertinent info in it re: the coach - height, weight, length - all the necessities. The truck one did too, but since the RMcN got the directions by selecting the campground, what could go ...