Harbor Inn & Suites Oceanside / San Diego
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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We had a lazy morning in our room, checked out about 11am and headed for IHOP. The first IHOP we went to had a queue around the block and there was about a 25 minute wait so we found another one 3.5 miles away. The best thing about the US is all your favourite things are around you and there is usually about 10. I had another stack of pancakes with …
... to tennis played on a much smaller court using paddles like large ping pong paddles and using a plastic whiffle ball a bit smaller than the size of a soft ball.
The unusual name for the game comes from the originator of the game whose dog was named Pickles. Hey he/she invented the game so I guess they got to call it whatever they wanted. The game is very popular with older citizens and is played all around ...
... cruise line, to remain anonymous, slashed their crew salaries dramatically claiming they needed to make their income on tips. Imagine cleaning cabins – I’m sure they saw some ugly things, remaining discreet. These crew bend over backwards, exceeding expectations, in passenger’s dining experiences or bar tending. Then there are all those below deck (behind the scenes) who make the cruise experience a memory or a disappointment. One of the ...
... the marine, they pointed out the fault line that goes out to sea and creates the great surfing conditions. And how the cliffs and caves developed and continue to develop/erode overtime. Lots of houses continually being renovated because of the eroding cliffs. The funnest part was getting out to sea across the wave breaks then kayak surfing the waves back to shore. We moved on that afternoon, in search for a rest spot to stay the night, Torrey Pines state park ...
... 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 ...