La Quinta Inn San Diego Oceanside
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Travel Blogs from Oceanside
... into San Diego afternoon traffic. Have to say, it was refreshing to have four travel lanes after having only two for the majority of the trip. Made it north on the 5, loved seeing the Pacific again after being away for 15 days.
Got home and unloaded the car. Even though we left two Rubbermaid boxes and two suitcases in Clarksville for Ashley, we still had a ton of stuff with us. We sorted, stored and tossed everything with ...
What a fantastic way to start our holiday. Getting into wetsuits was the first challenge of the morning before paddling like mad to get through the surf and we didn't come off our Kayaks like most of the others in our group so very smug! Saw lots of wildlife on the way to the coves but due to the swell, it was too dangerous to go in. We were taught how to catch the waves coming back in but did capsize like everyone else. Have named our car Betty ...
... neither of us had remembered our wallets. So, we turned around and jogged right back.
We spent the day walking to the store, cooking yummy food, laying on the beach, blogging, and petting the dogs. Who, by the way, are absolutely crazy! Christopher Robin barks non-stop and Honey only has 3 legs. They are quite the duo.
Later that evening, after playing an intense game of Settlers of Catan, we went out with Lydia and Billy to a local pirate bar. We ...
... WE MADE IT! Just in time for a night on the town to celebrate New Years! We watched fireworks on the beach and had a Spanish countdown to 2012 last night. The four of us feel so blessed to have come so far on such a perfect, smooth journey. The entire trip feels like a dream and we almost cannot believe we are here. We now have 4 more days to explore La Paz, and plan on scuba diving, snorkeling, ...
... However no gears and back peddling for a break! All a bit alien and it takes me a little while to get the hang of it. Oh and you definitely notice any kind of incline! Just as well there is a flat cycle route from the beach going inland then.
So we gear up and armed with sandwiches, fluid and our map we head off on adventures. The San Luis Rey River Trail it is ... all nine miles of it should be enough. The sky is heavy with grey clouds and I ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking