Travel Blogs from Oceanside
Up and at it again. Our last real transit day. A familiar drive. And one that still impresses - particularly the spectacular scenery through the north western corner of Arizona along the I-15. Its only a 20 mile stretch, but the rugged cliffs, bluffs and passes make us wonder why this part of the world never gained any national park significance. …
... diner, and walked to the beach. Very nice little town. Which it could be seen it used to be a 'sleeper town' which had just been awoken over the last half decade or so.
After a nice scouting, I returned to the highway ( 2:00pm ish ) to hitchhike my way too San Diego.
My back was killing me !!! My pack had grown exponentially over the last week.
Anyways. Off to San Diego I hoped! Better luck than last ...
We were very excited about coming to San Diego, as it was the location for our family reunion with Rachel and Robert, Stephen's sister and brother-in-law, who came to see us from Phoenix, Arizona. It was the first time that they have both met Blake and Phoebe, so the long weekend was much anticipated by all of us! Arriving in San Diego from Anaheim yesterday afternoon, we were suitably impressed with our accommodation for the next five nights - an ...
... we just could not get enough! Mike told us that the Sunset Market was not something to miss. So we invited Billy, Lydia and Brian to go with us. We walked around downtown for a couple hours looking at cool art and eating yummy food.
These are the two coolest things we feel are worth sharing:
Salty Sisters is a candy company that has amazing toffee and scrumptious chocolate and salt combinations. The owner recently quit her job with the local ...
... It is a 1996 Toyota Camry, 89,000 miles, 5-speed and two door, garage kept it's entire life. Art loves it and says he is keeping it, NOT selling it. He is very relieved and feels confidant that this car will get us back across the US.
We find a nearby Seaside Market with terrific food that we purchase and sit outside watching the sunset go down over the Pacific Ocean. Everyone is ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
- Pets allowed