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Travel Blogs from Coronado
... us to be tossed out of 801 for 4 weeks!
The flood caused more damage to the carpet and walls than to any of our belongings, so that was ok.
However the asbestos scare was incredibly scary but when the tests came back we were assured that the amount of asbestos exposure was minute (California has tight laws and thus had to be cleaned/sorted even with such low levels-thank goodness) & that our time of exposure was so short that we should have nothing ...
... hot pepper. Then we asked about ice cream. On the way we saw a sign for gelato.....it was the best I can remember ever having.
The ipad is FULL again. No matter what Ed deletes the photos keep reappearing and then we have no space/memory to down load more. This ranks up there with the GPS frustration. The good the bad and the ugly sometimes!
Susan is sunburned today. Luckily mostly on one arm. I can not remember the last time ...
Do and I woke up early to another beautiful day and went down to the park in front of our hotel to do some fitness training. The park is above the La Jolla Cove and we did our exercises to the sound of the waves, the cry of the sea birds and the barking of the sea lions on the rocks below. The travelblog is easy today as all that we did after having a bagel breakfast on the roof of the hotel overlooking La Jolla Cove was a visit to Seaworld. Mind you, to say 'all that we did ...
The beach is a stone's throw from our room and we’re reminded of how relaxing the lulling sound of the surf can be. At the Del Coronado, we woke up to the waves crashing against the rocks, along with some cloudy weather. Oh no! What happened to "it never rains in Southern California?"
Our children’s diet hasn’t been extremely healthy, so we decided to stock up the mini-fridge in the room with some healthy choices. After we had ...
... phone went into roaming mode. It was beautiful, and apart from some slight smog on the horizon, it was a perfectly clear day. The 360 degree view (yes, I realise all views are technically 360 degrees, but this one had pretty stuff to look at for all 360 of them) gives you a look at Mexico, Coronado Island (where we spent our Saturday), The Pacific Ocean and San Diego. Point Cabrillo is a military base and cemetery; Dave's father is actually buried there. There is ...
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