The Inn at Rancho Santa Fe
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- Reduced mobility rooms
- Room service
- Non-smoking hotel
- High-speed internet in room
- Swimming pool
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Travel Blogs from Rancho Santa Fe
... tigers and hippos, craft beers and Mexicans too. They bring them across the border when they are very small. In tour groups so the guide told us but non of them go back at all. The was one great big lion called Aleisha who's nose was all covered in scars not from fighting for dinner but trying to catch zoo cars. The fish taco's are made from Tilapia a scourge of our water ways, they live in the hippo enclosure and you know ...
The other day whilst looking through things to do in San Diego I booked a hop-on, hop-off tour for us, and today we went on it. We arrived at the Old Town Transit Centre at 9:30, and wandered up to the trolley stop. We shoes out tickets, and began the 2 hour journey. We thought it best to tour first and then choose where was worth getting off. San Diego is larger than we anticipated. It's huge! There was so much to see and ...
... a filling a couple of days ago, so I found a local dentist that could get me in. She declined to fill it as she thought it was too compromised and drilling it would put me into pain that would require a root canal or extraction. She offered those services but I chose to try and finish the trip. This cost us a few hours of sightseeing.
After I got back we went to the Mission Basilica San Diego De Alacala, it was the first mission created ...
We still had our rental and I decided to make the most of it. We first drove to Cabrillo National Monument out from Point Loma. On the drive we passed through Fort Rosecrans National cemetery, headstones cover both sides on the roadway. Liam and I both couldn't believe the number of military personnel who have lost their lives. Over 85000 headstones are along this stretch of land. At the end of the road is the monument. This place offers stunning views of the skyline of San Diego and ...
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