Foxwood Suites

1145 23rd St., San Diego, California, 92102, United States | Condo
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Travel Blogs from San Diego

Short and Sweet

A travel blog entry by twoelusive on Jul 17, 2014

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Short and sweet is the only way to describe our time in San Diego. What a beautiful location to live in. Equipped with lazy, porch suburb-y houses, oodles of fresh air and greens next to a bustling, cutesy, hip city centre simply across the waters from mile after mile of hot, golden beads of beachy-ness.

After arriving late evening to San Diego from our road trip, we spent our full ...

Game 4: The kindness of strangers (sort of)

A travel blog entry by pattycake_4 on Jun 03, 2014

2 comments, 5 photos

... Behind that, across the walk way is a small grassy hill. For $5 a fan can bring a blanket and sit here instead of in the stadium seating even though the hill is technically on stadium grounds. A small stage was also on the hill. In the opposite corner of the outfield was an equally interesting feature, made more interesting by Wayne's knowledge of the background. A brick facade of an old downtown building juts out of the stadium seats on to ...


A travel blog entry by payne6roadtrip on Oct 12, 2013

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... as we have been on a few rides like this before we were prepared or so we thought. As we came round one of the bends someone had paid to squirt us with water but it wasn't just a squirt it felt like a huge bucket of water had been thrown over all of us, it hit me square in the face! From then on their was no hope we got soaked again I was very thankful for our waterproof jackets so our tops were dry at least. We all got a chance then to pick up ...

It's Not As Cold As Emma Thinks

A travel blog entry by frostie77 on Oct 04, 2013

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... sleeping digs for the lowest ranking sailors on the ship. Their sleeping quarters were ridiculously small and I climbed onto one of their beds to see what it was like. I would never be able to sleep there as it was so claustrophobic and pretty sure I would smack my head on the ceiling about 10 times a night. The ships brig (prison) was a great photo opportunity but I’m pretty sure they didn’t allow prisoners to have their own cameras and a bottle ...

The long journey home via Texas

A travel blog entry by lordofthehens on Aug 15, 2013

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... that he didn't need me to pay extra for the use of the TV's. He told me they were all fine without them, and he was happy to wait until we got free ones on the flight from Houston. His sincerity made me smile, and I gave him a hug.

Leaving the plane for a connecting flight broke up the journey nicely and we headed off the plane at Houston with plenty of time for our connecting flight.

So Far, so good.

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