Carlsbad Seapointe Resort
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- Wireless internet connection in room (surcharge)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Refrigerator in room
- Swimming pool
- Microwave in room
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... You traveled across the US to me, and shepharded Zach and I to Burning Man and back. I sold you to CarMax. I'm sorry we chose Ravina over you. But they'll fix you up, paint you a more hip color, and I hope you find a good new home. Fair well, my friend.
... gas cost me $3.47 per gallon. As the lady in the gas station told me, "We live paycheck to paycheck in California." As with Texas, there is no way to cover the tremendous diversity and dynamics of California in this entry, so maybe down the road, California can be more thoroughly addressed. Although not surfing or catching a few rays on the beach, from ...
... ago.. The fit one's did a FAST morning walk - me almost running with the fast pace set by Gene (I had forgotten he had done marathons, walking in the past) and he set a cracking pace. I enjoyed seeing the different type of gardening,( as I struggled to keep up) - no lawns but 'anything' grows in the desert, as long as it is watered, and the private gardens were beautiful. Another Mexican meal for ...
... as a PT student. I, of course, rambled on about bike and build for a bit before my 2 best friends from high school, Marissa and Christina, came to say their goodbyes. You'd think I'd be getting really good at goodbyes by this point, but this one was again a toughie. At least they promised they'd come visit me real soon! After they left, I finished up some stuff for financial aid before hitting the sack around 130a, just in time to squeeze in about 4 hours of sleep before it was ...
Photo Album: Bitterballen!
On my last day we decided to do what we had been talking about for days: make bitterballen! When Angie came to visit me seven years ago she loved them so much she had never forgotten about them. And as it turns out they taste just as good when you make them ...