La Quinta Inn San Diego Oceanside
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Sue and I have decided we cannot leave the beach! Fortunately our house was available next week so we are booked in until Sunday,February 22nd.
We have not actually spent a lot of time at the beach so far but expect that will change in the coming days.
I had not played golf here until this past Monday when I was invited to play with a couple of Carleton members who are also in the area. We played at an ...
... When I was about a block home, I started running. I bursted into my room and opened the little door. I couldn't see the ladder anymore. It was just dark. Finally, after staring into ithe dark for 5 minutes, I started to get ready. When I just put on my dress. I heard a knock. I thought it was my mom so I yelled at her to go away. But she replied: I WASNT KNOCKING. That's when everything turned so weird. ...
... one night because Momma drove 8 hours today and then we are going to Southern Arizona. Suburb traffic was horrific, so we made the decision not to even try going to LA, which we are told is much worse. Hopefully more pictures tomorrow......good night ...
... in Man v. Food! Our day was always going to be centred around San Diego's Zoo. Apparently one of the best known in the world, and considered by some to be superior to Twycross. I do like Twycross but it is beaten slightly by this one. A 45 minute bus tour required just to see 75% of the Zoo. We spent the next 4 hours walking around the huge zoo, which literally had everything. Sian's favourite animals being the Elephants. And I was much happier once I had seen ...
I spent my last day in Mumbai strolling trough the city's tree lined boulevards, exploring fashionable boutiques and marveling the stunning Victorian architecture. Although many facades are on the brink of falling apart, they still manage to stand proud and shine in their "shabby-chic-ness". The majestic Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus, the largest and busiest train station in Asia, is mind boggling. I sit down and watch in amazement how thousands ...