Heritage Inn San Diego Near Sea World
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... That is until I saw a memorial for a man who lost his life falling off the cliff and a warning sign saying the rest of the climb is very strenuous and not for beginners. I was ready for the challenge, and looking straight up at rocks as far as I could see, I set off for the summit one step at a time. The environment was unlike any hike I had encountered before...these boulders were varying sizes and you had to maneuver right and left, up and back down, in order to find ...
Yesterday JD took the truck for an oil change and did some errands. When the truck speaks, we listen. Don't need any trouble with the truck! R & R the rest of the day, rode our bikes and explored a little. Caught up on the required reading.... Ahhhh. So today was a day to GO! First on our list to see here was the San Diego Zoo. What a great place. We first took a bus tour of the place to see how it was laid out. Then ...
Who doesn't like San Diego? My sister didn't get a chance to join us, but the 4 of us headed up Hwy 74 through the mountains and then south at Temecula into San Diego. We got an early start and were in Old Town by 1030. Lots to see and do there and it was after noon before we were done. From there we headed down to Seaport Village for lunch and a walk along the water. The weather cooperated beautifully as it was warm and ...
... in the middle of the park. I shouldn't have worried about that bit......as i discovered big bubbles and 9000ft altitude don't mix. A few sips and the frog concerto was up and running. I managed the pint but I think dinner is going to be a struggle. Anyway, the beer - actually it's the sweetest brew so far. Strong but not an overpowering aftertaste. It's a hit (if you are not ...
... up to La Jolla (pronounced La Hoya, despite Tanya's continual pronunciation of La Jolla) to see the seal beach and take in the coast line. The village of La Jolla was a beautiful coastline, sun shining and blue skies meeting a blue sea. We walked through the village (after Tom crashed in to a parked car) and this was the more beautiful side of California we saw. We didn't see enough of San Diego during our stay however from the bits we did sea, we would ...