Holiday Inn San Diego - La Mesa
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... at puppy level and hunt for products that your puppy can chew on. If possible establishment them in locations your young puppy can not have or reach access to.
There are lots of plants in your house which can be dangerous to your puppy. Hazardous indoor plants can easily be altered with the non hazardous kind. Ask your veterinarian for a list of harmful plants so that you can recognize which are hazardous even those that are found in your yard.
... we are sat outside a starbucks using the free wifi provided by the shopping mall next door. lovely hotel though with a decent size swimming pool and gym.
we headed out for an explore of san diego after checking in. first we walked to the railway station. the modern terminus uses the old santa fe railway station. i think the iconic trains are long gone, replaced by modern shiny engines, but the decor of the ...
... yes, Ledgers I did find those chimps!), reptiles and amazing bird aviaries. I'm not sure if I would call the zoo the world's best but it certainly was a lot of fun.
You may wonder after spending a day dodging sugar-high, school holiday crazed children under the Californian summer sun that I still need to do more sightseeing? But yes, call me crazy, I headed out to Ocean Beach for a slightly more relaxed version of those sugar-high children to ...
... a bit but the next morning we had to head back to LA because we were due in La Mesa, CA on Tuesday afternoon. Our plans were to visit my friends Sharon & Linda near San Diego and I knew they would be looking for us around 1 pm. Didn't happen. We called and worked out a different ETA and everything worked out OK.
We had a wonderful visit with Sharon & Linda. They cooked us a great meal on Tuesday evening and then took us to the San Diego Zoo & ...
... tune we would stand up for but our national pride got the better of us. We visited La Jolla (pronounced it seems La Hoya) which is a resort close by the city which had a lovely cliff walk with seals and many kinds of birds but in particular herons in great abundance.
It has been a very special trip driving the coastal road sandwiched heavenly between the mountains and the ocean but we still have much to look forward to, not least the decadence of Vegas, our next ...
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