Ayres Lodge Alpine
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
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... car (Kelly, the shuttle lady) kindly offered to take us out to see the signature holes along the cliffs. So we all zooted out onto the course on the back of her buggy and took some great pics on a couple of the famous holes. It was really friendly of her to take us out and it was great to see some of the course. The girls then spent an hour or so in the pool back at the hotel before we went out to see some of the sights of San Diego. ...
... me she couldn't help me but lent me the phone so I could call the customer care people ( everyone here is very nice and helpful) so we called up and arranged for us to pick it up that night from another UPS destination. All this stuffing around and not having a US number to call and fix things was proving to be a hassle so with some instructions from the girl who lent me the phone we made our way to 'Best Buy' ( sort of like ...
... Pie. This Du-pars apparently won some sort of award in Trip Advisor 2013 and is a Dinner similar to the Happy Days type with the waitresses dressed up in that decade style. The pies were nice but not as good as all the cooks at home I know.
We are just staying in tonight and i will now get onto getting us some tickets from the internet for the San Diego Chargers match against Texas tomorrow evening. Until the next blog, see you. ...
The contenders for favourite places are coming thick and fast. Having left Santa Barbara saying that perhaps it would have been nice to have ended our trip there, we have now decided that San Diego would have been a good finish! We spent our first full day exploring Balboa Park, the Gas Lamp Quarter (the historic part of San Diego, named after the old style gas street lights!), Little Italy and the seafront. San Diego is ...
... the loudest hostel I have ever stayed in. It's by a few bars, plus with 24/7 traffic noise and windows that do not shut. It is hard to sleep the whole night especially when people are out partying at the weekend. The weather is not what I expected, I am 30 miles away from Mexico and yet the temperature is not that warm, especially in the morning and evening. Plus, the sun didn't make an appearance for a few days. But it does mean it ...