El Cordova Hotel
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- Adjoining Rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... We learned an alarming lesson to us here. The restrooms for the cafe were pay toilets. They did provide a token for the locked doors. After a visit to the longest wooden pier on the west coast, also in Oceanside, we needed to make a bathroom break quickly. This is not anything new for us that Susan has to GO. But we did not know that gas stations do not have public toilets. We were sent to a Subway down the road, but their restroom was locked and ...
... him, after a few quick lessons.
Both Mac and Josie took turns with the kite, and we chatted with the Dad. Nice family – their children were close to the same ages as Mac and Josie. We thanked them and then made our way back to the room to drop the boogie boards and chairs.
Almost as soon as we got to the pool, it started to drizzle. The kids opted for the hot tub, but they weren’t the only ones. It was a large Jacuzzi, but with ...
... hard-earned money to these fraudsters. Some unfortunate ones have also had to pay with their lives. So, the moment you come across any such mail, all you should do is DELETE it.
Website or blog - You have to have a website or blog where you can send people. If they have no place to go to find out more about your business or products, then you will never make money with it.
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... considered public property). Her house itself was a lot smaller than most of the ones I've stayed in so far - apparently PhD students don't earn loads of money(?!) but her housemates and boyfriend are lovely, so it turned out to be a really fun change of pace, as well as giving me hope that I'm not expected to be mega rich 5 years after leaving Balliol.
Being young and reckless, the first thing we did was go to a cafe so my host could work for an ...
... named Sue Britt. She had several paper tapestry works on display there. Too bad I didn't have the $ to snatch up one of her pieces. She only recently started displaying her work, and if my taste in art is worth anything, I predict that she will go far in the art world.
The San Diego episode of our trip is almost over. I will make a separate post about our Whale Watching tour shortly. Until then, I want ...