Foxwood Suites

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

Now is a New Day! (My Bad Habits)

A travel blog entry by aprih.york on Mar 05, 2015

12 photos

... view and I would gain a false sense that I had solved the issue from running away. By not standing up for myself, I strengthened my lack of resolve and ignorant denial that the problem resulted in me and in my lack of reaction the entire time.

This has lead me to realize all of the red flags of myself being the runner. The good times, when it was used appropriately...and then the wasted times, when I could've chosen instead to do "what was ...

Rellies, Pandas & Biking!

A travel blog entry by twodrifters07 on Feb 21, 2015

92 photos

... Museum, a decommissioned huge aircraft carrier, that is now an amazing museum, right on board the old ship! We watched a very moving film, "Six Minutes that Changed the World" that talked about the importance of the air Battle of Midway, and the loss of virtually all the US torpedo bombers and crew, providing enough of a distraction that the Japanese ...

The West Coast

A travel blog entry by michael.bell on Feb 17, 2015

13 photos

... old building not far from Nob Hill and Chinatown. The room itself was small but cosy so we decided to seek our beds and leave our exploration for the next day.

Once more I allowed Anna "the master of schedules" Prior to organise our first day in San Francisco. The Lonely Planet Scriptures spoke of a walking tour through the city and down to the ocean. It began in Chinatown and after passing the impressive Chinese style gate I began to feel excited by the ...

Born in Arizona, moved to Babylonia - King Tut

A travel blog entry by knightc on Nov 22, 2014

2 comments, 11 photos

... took over a year and a half to disassemble it all, working in cramped quarters with stifling heat. They had to rig up pulleys and ramps to remove the pieces and put them on rails to go to the museum at Cairo. They only had so many pieces of rail and would take up rail behind them and place it in front to keep going.

The human effort to prepare the tomb and all the various pieces in it would have been massive! The mining and ...

Many have wondered about Shipboard life

A travel blog entry by kwdestinations on Sep 26, 2014

2 comments, 27 photos

... of the new doctor boarding. She was coughing her guts out and was surprised no one escorted her out of the room so she would not infect any of these new recruits and re positioning personnel from other ships. At one point the security officer said in a double edged way. “You are coughing a lot, you should see a doctor”! I had my hand and fingers over my mouth and nose through the entire orientation.

He finished with the importance ...