Holiday Inn Express San Diego-Sorrento Valley
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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... Went to Fiesta del Reyes as it looked very popular and was very busy, it was all open as well and being such a warm night it was nice to sit outside! Ordered a Fish taco because I enjoyed the last one so much and Dad had Chicken Enchiladas. They both arrived at the table and smelt revolting, like a farm full of cow **** (not exaggerating!!). The smell put me off before I even tried it, regardless they were tasteless, no flavour at all ...
Having been here a few years ago for half a day with Dan I always said I'd have to come back and see a bit more. There's this really cool vibe to the place, but can't quite pin point what makes it so.
... there were so many great photo opps. The main path around the lake is paved, but there is another trail about fifteen feet or so below the paved trail. We took the unpaved trail and I loved it. I was surrounded by nature and felt like we had the place to ourselves. It was almost torturous because the water in the reservoir is so beautifully crystal clear with an emerald greenish bluish hue to it, BUT no swimming is allowed :-( I ...
... by the Grand Canyon on a sunny morning.
For several years, my friend Pat Stark has raved about his annual Grand Canyon trips and how much he looks forward to future ones. I was a newcomer accompanied by experienced hikers. One of the group, Jim Hagan, was fresh off the completion of a 2650 mile Pacific Coast Trail trek that ended in October. Pat Stark has hiked these trails 18 times and ...
... city. As I write, I am sitting waiting for the shuttle to take us to airport. Observation of an Australian Tourist: the Americans are so very patriotic, and really do salute their military personnel. At the zoo and sea world, they and their families (serving or not) get in free, and at Seaworld before the show, they were asked to stand up and were clapped and shown on the large screen. At the Sheriffs museum they had a wall if fallen comrades on prominent display. Until Vegas - ...