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Address: 1401 E Street, Unit C, San Diego, California, 92101, United States | Hostel
 
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Reviewed by newdiscoveries

Amazing

Reviewed Apr 6, 2014
by (2 reviews) Petrozavodsk , Russian Federation Flag of Russian Federation

Amazing

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2.50 of 5 stars Fair
 

Travel Blogs from San Diego

One Month in Paradise

A travel blog entry by daniel.scott on Mar 08, 2015

127 photos

... this area but it is difficult to see them all. Today we saw two more locations that I wouldn’t want to have overlooked. The first is Mt. Soledad near La Jolla. This is the sight of the Veterans Memorial Monument. Mt. Soledad is only 823 feet in height but has commanding views from Beyond Torrey Pines in the northwest, the beaches of La Jolla, to the entire valley area east of the Rose Canyon escarpment and to downtown San Diego in the south. There is a great photo no ...

Flew in from Beijing from over the pole...

A travel blog entry by wayneh13 on Nov 28, 2014

1 comment, 3 photos

... But now, every merchant is in their own glass-enclosed little store. It is typical of the way that the Chinese "fix" things. They modernize and lose all the cultural significance and charm that a place once had. It is still fun to shop here, just not as much as it once was. I love how the vendors yell at you -- either to come into their store or to come back when they haven't lowered the price enough. I just bought a "Rolex" for $30. I got 3 for $25 each 9 years ago, so not ...

Day 8

A travel blog entry by laurenschilling on Sep 10, 2014

4 photos

... to do, and the end result was worth every step of the journey. When I woke up today I said I wanted to climb a mountain, and that's exactly what I did. Accomplishing that reminds me about setting goals, big or small, and working towards them in order to get the results you want. Even one step towards what you want is better than standing still and not getting anywhere at all. When I would stop along my route I would look back at how far I had come and knew I was closer to where ...

Homeward Bound

A travel blog entry by efrohoff on Aug 31, 2014

4 photos

... so we don't have to stress about getting through customs. The boys are bouncing off the walls, they are soo excited to be back in California. We breeze through customs thanks to friendly TSA officers, an anomaly we rarely see. Unfortunately, we leave the International terminal and have to walk to the unconnected Terminal 4, meaning we have to go through security again. Ugh!

The humidity blasts our faces when we exit the Terminal. Did we actually ...

Can the bus do it again?

A travel blog entry by videoray.ag on Sep 28, 2013

2 comments, 4 photos

... and prepays (they usually don't let you pump 100+ gallons without that). Two people stand by at the pumps - one on each side of the bus - we're in the truck lanes with two pumps per lane. One person cleans the windshield. Once the tank is full, settle up the transaction. After a quick check of the tires and van everybody is back on board and the wheels on the bus go round and round (again). All that is ...