Extended Stay America - San Diego - Fashion Valley
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... we joined Another Side of San Diego to do the San Diego highlights tour. We spent the day with Vince, in the morning it was Liam and my own private tour which was fabulous! He took heaps of photos of the two of us. First stop was Coronado Island...we drove over the Coronado Bridge which was built by the Navy, it was designed to get the Navy personnel and equipment straight to the base, so it has an unusual curve in its design. Liam took a video of this machine which moves the centre ...
... and bars everywhere. The first bar we went to was science themed with all drinks being served in boiling tubes and glasses. We then were recommended BarleyMash for dimmer which had a chilled sports bar themed but within an hour was full of men and women who had finished work... The food was incredible and I had a pesto chicken flatbread which was incredible and I left extremely full! Back to juniper band to the campsite to play some card phases to pass the ...
So I am now half way through my one week stay in San Diego and thoroughly enjoying my time.
On Saturday evening Kate, her friend Jess and I drove down to Seaport village, a beautiful little tourist area by the water with plenty of little shops and attractions. We bought enough salt-water taffy to feed a small army (in flavours that included 'buttered popcorn' and 'molasses') and had a lovely dinner before attempting to find our way home ...
... newbie” out of the loop of possibly learning something important. This can hold them back from advancement and sometimes intentionally. It’s a tough world out there and they either sink or swim. There is a lot of pressure to succeed but a lot of disappointment when your supervisors and superiors aren’t going to help you become the best you can.
I remember back in the days when I first started on the QE2; early 1980’s. I ...
... for a couple of drinks. While we initially struggled to find somewhere which would accept UK driving licenses, we managed to squeeze in a couple of drinks before EVERYWHERE shut at 11pm. Despite the early closing, it was a lovely night.
The following day started in the best possible way, with chocolate chip pancakes providing the perfect fuel for a day at the beach. Having decided that we would try our hand at body boarding, with visions of riding ten foot waves, ...