Casa Granada

Address: 1718-1720 Granada Avenue, San Diego, California, 92102, United States | Hotel
 
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Addictive Tendencies of Loneliness

A travel blog entry by aprih.york on Dec 19, 2014

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... you to understand it and make it less threatening.

* There is a simple truth when sharing your experiences that I thought was GOLDEN!
"Shared pain is half the pain, shared joy is twice the joy".
- Isn't that beautiful! I just love that quote and is so incredibly true when it comes to healing.

Embracing it entails…(has a faith component in there!)

Caveat from the author: "Precious little about divorce is good. But ...

Day 3 San Diego Zoo

A travel blog entry by kschu140 on Oct 19, 2014

8 photos

... swap the piece of fruit back and forward in her hands and lick the juices off her fingers and palms, just as a young child would do. As she was enjoying it the large Silverback started heading towards her to try and steal the fruit - this meant a great opportunity for William to take some photos of the large silverback. I was glad to be on the other side of the glass, as he was as big and strong as I imagined as he walked towards us on all fours. There were 3 in the enclosure, ...

Many have wondered about Shipboard life

A travel blog entry by kwdestinations on Sep 26, 2014

2 comments, 27 photos

... have gotten bigger, and crew have become more spread out (with different positions being housed, in some cases, in various parts of ships), the basic positives and negatives of onboard romance have stayed the same.

The Real Scoop

On my first contract the ratio of women to men was 5 to 100. As a result, females could really pick and choose ... and were often the subject of relentless pursuit. One of the oddest dynamics was a scramble ...

SDCC Day 1 - You Can Never Be Overprepared..

A travel blog entry by tahwhoo on Jul 24, 2014

12 photos

... for this day. We were only able to get badges for Friday and Sunday, which tend to be calmer than the other two days of the convention. While we prioritized panels and created contingency plans, we wanted to be as prepared as possible after hearing horror stories and how crazy the convention could get; queue lines in particular. Our first attempted panel was the Under the Dome panel at 11am but we ...

You stay classy, San Diego

A travel blog entry by wiscampsin on Apr 24, 2014

27 photos

... told that it might pass on its own - there was no sign of a total obstruction so nothing to be done at that point. We headed home and had no trouble sleeping after those stressful hours.
The next day, we laid low as I was still not feeling well and growing more concerned. I made it through the night and part of the next day laying on the couch or in bed at Laura’s using the pain meds I’d received from my hospital visit but not feeling much relief ...

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