Holiday Inn Express San Diego-Sorrento Valley
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
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... seating. The kids enjoyed playing in the sand pit with some local children for the 2 hours we were at the game. Alex and Grace went off to buy dinner and an hour later returned with hot dogs, nachos and a large salted pretzel. The hot dog was very tasty even without the ketchup, the nachos had a spicy warm cheese sauce that Grace didn’t think much of and the large salted pretzel was too salty. The LA Dodgers won ...
... the highway thinking about what we’re going to do. We see a sign that has a picture of food, a bed and a campground on it, so we take that separate highway to see if we have any luck. We drive around 10miles and feel we’re driving into the mountains and into no man’s land. We finally see a campground and quickly pull in. It’s a pay by yourself campground, so we had to drive around the camp ground and see if any sites were available. The first one ...
... a 3 course meal for that price or just 5 dollars more for an amazing Vanilla cream soda. I also found this great burger place called the smash burger!
Little Italy - Slight offshoot but as above a great place to eat out. I got a Vamoni burger with fries that was amazing! San Diego is a good place for food!
Balboa Park - A wonderful park in which you can and I did wander around all day! Such a cool place when the weather is nice. It is enormous and ...
... although that was bit of a hairy road! Great scenery, though...!) and the ride into San Diego was surprisingly good, no traffic mishaps to report, thank goodness. The RV park here in Mission Bay is great (accepts Pass. Am!) right on the beach, with a gate that leads out to a walking/biking path that goes around the whole bay, over 20 miles, we reckon! ...
... have gotten bigger, and crew have become more spread out (with different positions being housed, in some cases, in various parts of ships), the basic positives and negatives of onboard romance have stayed the same.
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On my first contract the ratio of women to men was 5 to 100. As a result, females could really pick and choose ... and were often the subject of relentless pursuit. One of the oddest dynamics was a scramble ...