BEST WESTERN Poway/San Diego Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... know what that is). The result went the way of the Padres. The atmosphere through the city was amazing. We had expected people to flock to the pubs in the Gas Lamp district but nobody did. I guess it's not a big thing over here. That evening we went back to the apartment and had Kirsty's amazing stew. It was a nice wee piece of Scotland in San Diego. The next morning we got up nice and early to get ready for KT. We had decided to head to the ...
Just a short entry today! Today we drove into Poway, which is about a half hour south, to visit with Shaun's friend from college,Liam and his family. They have a son, Conor, who is 10, so he and Matt hung out most of the day together. Their daughter Erin is 8, but she was away in Georgia, staying with Jenny's mom.
They have a ...
... see of the California coast. Imagine! Off down highway 101, one beach prettier than the next, so many people (holiday weekend!) campgrounds right on the ocean (we were so jealous!), tons of bicyclists on the highway too, very busy. We passed the Torrey Pines State Reserve. Old twisty pines with hiking trails right on the coast. Looked a little too rigorous for us to hike so we kept on going. Made a stop at La Jolla. This town has the pricier stores and upscale restaurants, etc. We ...
... through 13 countries but as I said, my dear wife of 41 years is very worried about Venezuela or Columbia Can anyone give us some advice as to the safest way to travel We are all driving off road four wheel drive vehicles, plenty of power, gps maps all the way down, but until we appease our wives about the danger the trip is on hold. Please ...
... she got us there just after the park opened. We had booked in for a 2hr Caravan Tour for $95 which takes you out into the exhibits on the back of a truck.
To walk the entire park it takes about 6 hours, unfortunately, we didn't have that much time but got to check out the gorgeous Gorillas, they even had a little baby with them, got some good pics of them later in the day he was super cute!
It was amazing to see how many babies there were in ...