Best Western Santee Lodge

Address: 10726 Woodside Ave., Santee, California, 92071, United States | 2 star hotel
 
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Travel Blogs from Santee

Check in time

A travel blog entry by charvet on Oct 17, 2014

Last minute cramming to end up with only 33 lbs in a duffel bag to last almost two months. It seems an impossible task. I have re packed three times. Last time I was at 32 pounds, but I have been adding and adding.... Just a few things. My friend Santosh was quite impressed a woman was able to pack everything in a small duffle for two months! Checking in ...

Bon Voyage and the dreaded suitcase

A travel blog entry by charvet on Oct 12, 2014

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Five days to go!!!  I am continuing to procrastinate.  I do not want to tackle "the suitcase", so I thought I would send out my first post on my travel blog on my iPad.  I want to see if it works....... And if it does not, I can still ask Mike or Bill to teach me how it works.  Having tech savvy sons is wonderful! I am only allowed 33 pounds in my suitcase for a two month trip to various climates and situations.  Right now I have about ...

Lyf moment #4 San Diego

A travel blog entry by lyfjourneys on Aug 01, 2014

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... of the other highlights was a whale watching excursion and actually seeing blue whales feeding. They are magnificent creatures and I will always remember seeing those HUGE (up to 100 ft and 4000 lbs!) animals breaking the surface and blowing a spray of water high in the air as they take a breath.

Two of my favorite experiences were purely vicarious in nature but so much fun. The first was watching the surfers from OB pier.Though obviously a very ...

Day 10

A travel blog entry by drhammer on Feb 19, 2014

... hot half way through the hike that I was ready to dive into that tantalizing water, but I didn't. Don't tell anyone, but I let the dogs drink from the lake. Shhh. We were hot and thirsty and no other water was available. Some trees on the trail that grabbed my attention were a funny looking palm tree and a white barkless tree. The first looked like it was wearing a shaggy skirt around its trunk because as it grows the palm branches ...

Day 14

A travel blog entry by warwicksoption on Sep 09, 2013

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... is the historic heart of the city. It is a 16 block area and has at least 94 historic buildings. Many events and festivals including Mardi Gras are held in this area throughout the year.

We continued across the Coronado Bridge which takes one to Coronado Island which is a very affluent part of San Diego. There are about 25,000 people living here and of those about 60% have military backgrounds meaning they are either classified as Active or Retired. The ...