Harbor Inn & Suites Oceanside / San Diego
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Friendly vendors. I picked up some goat cheese Feta from the first guy and first press organic olive oil and some delicious olives from the second. His name was George and he went to great pains to tell me that all that is good in the world was invented by the Greeks. He also had a dog eared paper showing how in an earlier time he was a designer under the tutelage of CoCo Chanel. ...
... when the center closes (3 times per day), we must clean every surface and toy that has been touched by the children. We are not allowed to bring out the game boards, games, or other activities because they cannot be cleaned properly. If we use playing cards we must throw them away afterwards. Hahaha. And of course the big concern is that we are NOT allowed in passenger areas unless we were with the children. Not ...
... at work when they were excited and when everyone had done a great a job, so I was experienced. We met some guys there in which my Aunt thought it might be fun to set me up with one of them. After the show, they walked us to our car and since the parking lot was packed out for the next hour, we decided to have a dance party in the parking lot. We had fun groovin' and movin' and great aunt and niece time. Much needed for the amount of times I get to ...
... not that far away from where we are - less than a 30 minute drive and also warmer than on the coast where we are. The reserve is quite a large wilderness area (as wilderness as it gets around here, that is) with lots of walking trails. About 11 miles worth I think. Most of these trails involve an up hill hike with viewpoints along the way. The trail we took was called The Way Up Trail. Not a very imaginative name I grant you, but very accurate and at least you ...
We came back to the West Coast one last time for two reasons: one to check out Legoland, and two to take a small side trip down the coast on a cruise ship.
For those who have (or know of) young (and not so young!) boys, Lego is THE toy for imaginative creating. For Jakob and Zak, Legoland was like mecca - everything Lego in one place! We spent an expensive, but fun day creating, viewing and playing. The ...