Holiday Inn Express Solana Beach/Del Mar
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... at 40 degrees - C not F.) Despite all the dramas we had with our reservation at Ceasars, it was a really good place to stay. Relatively safe and lovely rooms. Great location also. During our drive across the desert I noticed a correctional facility. If you managed to escape, you wouldn't survive in the desert. Oceanside is lovely. Population about 180,000, beachy and friendly. I ...
... of Balboa Park, as its 100 year anniversary, and some art of this area. Our final visit in this park was to the Museum of Man... I really thought I would like this museum a lot more than I did. I mustn't like anthropology. One thing I did find interesting was the Kumeyaay exhibit. The Kumeyaay are the native Americans who occupied this land before the Spanish. I learnt a lot about the history of San Diego today and can't wait to continue learning more about the west coast in my ...
Atascadero to LA (to pick up a part for the van) and back to san diego. Pretty uneventful, but very glad to be back again. The van did OK, we just didn't stop the engine at all, even for gas fillups!
It was a great trip. We saw a city we'd never hung out in before, visited states Phil has never been in before, and got wet.
3000+ miles were covered, one starter needs to be replaced, and apart from that, all is well.
... guests travelling to Legoland and Seaworld. I must say we were extremely disappointed with this tour as we were the last to be dropped off and the first to be picked up. We arrived at San Diego Zoo at 12:30 and were picked up at 4:30pm. For the amount of money that we payed this was extremely disappointing. We made the most of our 4 hours and saw most of the attractions and animals. We started with a ride on the Skyfari, this is just like the sky rail in Kuranda. You hop in a ...
... me is up for almost anything. On this particular Saturday, I would be asking for a lot. I wanted Roy to bike with me from North Park all the way to the Del Mar Fairgrounds over 20 miles away. He obliged and reminded me to “take it slow.” We began our descent into Del Mar atop the infamous North Park Hill, south of the 8. It gave us a false sense of hope. We were able to coast for nearly a mile down the hill, passing the freeway and ending up in ...