Quality Inn I-5 Near Camp Pendleton

Address: 1403 MISSION AVE, Oceanside, California, 92058-2634, United States | 2 star hotel
 
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This 2 star hotel, located on 1403 MISSION AVE, Oceanside, is near The Pier at Oceanside, Witch Creek Winery, Carlsbad Village Farmers' Market, and Emerald Isle Golf Course.
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    Travel Blogs from Oceanside

    Exactly how to puppy proof your cottage

    A travel blog entry by venomousal934 on Nov 18, 13

    ... Bowls are places where your young puppy can stray and potentially drown. Constantly keep your commode bowl lid down as the toilet cleansers you make use of might be dangerous to your puppy if swallowed.

    Location Cleaning Offers in high cabinets or again you can use child security locks to your cabinets. Because the vapors could get in their eyes as well as wreak havoc to their lungs, when you are cleansing and is utilizing spray cleaners keep your puppy ...

    Shamu, sun and surprisingly soaking rapids

    A travel blog entry by callumsianknapp on Jun 25, 2013

    1 comment, 15 photos

    ... No! So we both fell asleep for an hour and woke up to scorching sun, and now a few red bits. But perfect. We ended the day with a 'posh meal' at the resort, it was delicious and the setting is breathtaking, the sun setting over the bay as we ate. A perfect end to a pretty amazing day. If today is anything to go by, we really are in for the holiday of a lifetime. Callum xx Ps. We will add photos with every entry so don't forget to ...

    Oceanside, Awesome ride Chinese lunch

    A travel blog entry by conaz on May 18, 2013

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    ... and learn more about all things Aussie. It actually shames me that I forgot his Mexican name. I have a lot of footage of our encounter that I urn to view soon. Well, as soon as I can access a computer. His sentiments were very touching. Far too kind. I have learnt a lot from him. And will endeavor to open my heart to strangers more.

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    Snotballs

    A travel blog entry by allenfam on Oct 06, 2012

    6 photos

    ... classes and three months in South and Central America would have helped me with my Spanish, but alas, no.) The "Children's Pool" at La Jolla was our first destination. It was supposed to be a good, protected swimming cove. Despite our best efforts with our GPS and mobile Google, we were unable to locate the spot, so we headed down from the La Jolla headland to La Jolla Shores, an expanse of sandy patrolled beach to the north. It was actually lucky that we didn't find the ...

    Whataride, Oceanside!

    A travel blog entry by amarika on Sep 27, 2012

    1 comment, 26 photos

    ... a game. We had a fun time playing Family Business, a crime family card game. Mike told us he was heading to 7-Eleven to get a Slurpee before going home, and we let him in on a little secret: we had never had a Slurpee before. He was appalled and confidently insisted "We're going!" We walked to the corner, Mike treated us to a Slurpee, and our lives will never be the same. Thanks for introducing us to a world of wonder, Mike.

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