Clarion Hotel National City Sand Diego South
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- Adjoining Rooms
- Shuttle bus service
- Breakfast Available
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Smoking rooms available
- Swimming pool
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So today I graduated! It turned out to be a lot more fun and more exciting than I thought it was going to be. I hadn't really thought much about it since it's only my associate degree, but I was very pleasantly surprised with how good it felt to walk. I don't have a whole lot to say about it other than it turned out really well, I enjoyed graduating next to several friends and classmates, and I got to celebrate with some of my favorite ...
The great adventure begins with the crossing of the Mexican border at the Otay Mesa crossing on the way to the Tijuana airport. Crossing on a Friday night near midnight on foot is never a thrilling prospect but so far so good. My flight from Tijuana ...
... heartbroken. It's the agony of the tour, nothing is guaranteed, but his son Max Homa is a good golfer that I am sure will make some good money this year.
Rosalee and Maureen visited beautiful La Jolla and came back with an interesting story on the La Jolla parking meters. It seems that on a wall behind the parking lot there is a series of boxes with slots in ...
... food places and a Home Depot and a Petco which I dint get a chance to go into. Our bags were picked up at 7.00 and we left at 8.00 am. this tour the times are very reasonable and not crazy like the last tour. We travelled through Cleveland National Forest which is a rocky desert with very small bushes and very uninteresting and the more we move into the National park the more hilly and rocky it really is. We transitioned into the Sonoran desert through the ...
... a small neighborhood east of hip, idyllic neighborhoods like North Park and Normal Heights. In my 20 + years of residing in San Diego I had never ventured into this area. Strange how moving 1,000 of miles away from home forces you to experience the parts of your hometown you may have otherwise never seen.
Upon reaching the end of Normal Heights, Kensington welcomed us with a large sign that stretched from a "bougie" Starbucks to the adjacent ...