Hampton Inn San Diego/Del Mar
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... snow for 4 months definitely doesn’t sound enjoyable. Challenges will be daily, maybe hourly. I accidently stumbled upon a site where both military and civilians blasted where I will probably be living. I am now completely sure it will be 100x more difficult than I thought when I signed the offer letter. With this in mind, I am able to adjust be optimistic attitude for a more realistic one, which appears will also save me some frustration during the transition ...
... orange juice, I had to laugh they are, apparently, famous for their coffee and none of us tried it! Still least I can say I have been there.
The journey to and from LA is a nightmare, not because of the roads, but the traffic, it’s stop start all the way so takes around 75 minutes for a relatively short journey. Floss and Nicky were going to do the LA city tour like I did, but we saw most things that they wanted to see and they were ...
I LOVED San Diego. I was also lucky enough to have my beautiful cousin - Stacey show me all around SD! In fact, SD is now tied with Vancouver for my favorite city, if I were a city person I could live there!
When I arrived I was staying at my most expensive hostel to date, which ironically was also the shittiest hostel that I've stayed in so far. The location was brilliant, but that was all it had going for it. It was weird. Everyone was Irish.. the girls ...
After some yummy pan du chocolat for breakfast with Myriem, we drove down to Coronado Island and walked around Hotel del Coronado. We ordered a pomerita and a Karl Strauss with some crab and avocado dip to celebrate our anniversary.
We thought we might find some good camping at Silver Strand State Beach, and even though ************e was there, it was mostly RV camping. So we walked around ...
... Del Mar' (an actual place, not a phrase to mean 'beach' as we had once thought!!!) where we found a nice laid back restaurant serving 'modern american' food. i.e. absolutely everything! We had some delicious calamari, shrimps and for me, mojitos. Kids were on fire, running around the place, making huge amounts of noise, Lucas pretending that Frank was a horse, losing Frank (to find him in the ladies loo!) and generally having a good time....Well we were, the next door ...
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
- Free parking