BEST WESTERN Oceanside Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Hot tub
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Refrigerator in room
- Outdoor pool
- Multilingual staff
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This was a surprising day. Heading south from Brawley CA on CA111 to I-8 w began cool and sunny. Ziggy stayed in my pocket. The farmers were out baling hay and traffic was light. Heading west on I-8 was surprisingly beautiful. It began with vast, flat, irrigated farmland at sea level and rose into the mountains past miles of solar and wind farms. …
It started out so early with a car picking us up at our hotel at 7:30 am. I dreaded the long travel day ahead and prayed for our safety. As we waited in line for our passport check and boarding passes a security agent, a dog, and a military armed officer walked by. The dog sniffed each suitcase. I thought to myself, that's good that they do this. And then I flash backed to pre 9/11 when life was different. I've always been a bit nervous about flying but my ...
... which restricts the view of the beach however it is very quiet and since it is a dead end lane there is virtually no traffic except for the four or five other houses that share the lane. Two houses are not occupied at the moment. Our immediate neighbour has not been here until last night when they had a raucous birthday party for the owner celebrating her 50th. They finally exhausted ...
... skilful Cirque del mar and rounded it off with the fun Pet Rules show featuring dogs, cats, birds, pigs, geese and even a couple of Wallabies! In between we watched adolphins being trained, sea otters, sharks, star fish, rays, tropical fish, seals, sea lions, frogs and penquins. It was a great day. On our return to La Jolla in the early evening the girls went swimming whilst Annick and I paid another visit to a Whole Foods Market to get food for dinner and lunch. The Whole ...
... areas of land available. Since then the film industry has grown rapidly and attracted all the glitz and glamour that comes with it. Our first few attractions in LA were areas to visit rather then actual attractions so we took the car and explored. The first thing we noticed was how many homeless people there are - they're everywhere and although they're not threatening you realise how divided the city is. We made our way to the famous Rodeo Drive and ...