BEST WESTERN Poway/San Diego Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... boat on your tour, so you can visit the small bays around it. Worth visiting! Despite the crowds. Can't stay here! 11.-Mosquito island - day trip from Phi Phi Don. Known for the thousands of Mosquitos that cover the beach at sunset, doesn't sound pleasant! I only went during the day. Can't stay here, even though I did see a make shift camp with a kettle, someone might be trying to stay there! Also known for its snorkeling off shore. Rocky beach.,no place to stay except for ...
... well as, completing two massive hikes back to back. My first hike was 7 miles roundtrip from the far west side of the GC at Hermit Trail literally straight down the unmaintained steep trail,1,040ft elevation loss, to Dripping Springs. The views during the hike were amazing…went down below the rim and got to see the inner side of the GC. Unfortunately, Dripping Springs was a bit of a letdown, wasn’t much to view. The way up was ...
Left Tucson early, traffic moderate for 20 or so miles, then light. Cruise at 80+ all the way to Poway, CA. Leaving AZ both sides of the road for a long distance was nothing but sand dunes. Then rocks very much like Fountain Hills. Not much exciting except for ...
... with a pool and slide and two cute dogs. The kids (and me..) got our dog fix as we have been missing Winston terribly! We had a wonderful home cooked meal! Liam and Jenny went all out and had a feast of crab, chicken, veggies and root beer floats for desert. We hung out until almost 10 pm, just laughing and telling crazy stories. A great ...
... another border crossing further north, about a 10min drive. We got there and couldn't believe the line to enter Mexico, super long. Upon reaching the check point we were secondaried again. This time we had to fill out a piece of paper stating what we had, it was all in Spanish which I think worked in our favour, ignorance is bliss right. The officer checked our stuff asked for registerstion however we had had 2 hours in lines ...