Residence Inn San Diego Sorrento Mesa/Sorrento Valley
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... hands with everyone else as they showed up and were ready. We got in a circle, arms around each other. Sam yelled, counting to three and then we all yelled BIKE & BUILD. And then we darted into the ocean, everyone hopping and falling and leaning and dunking. That's when the hugs and tears started. Hugging and crying everywhere. The sense of joy and pride and love and accomplishment was just, it was too much to process. Everything was overwhelming. We got in a group and then ...
This was an amazing place with its whiteness almost glowing in the noon day sun. It looks so new, not like it was built in the 1700s. I can hardly wait to see this place where so many Spanish speakers learned to speak English and other non-English speakers learned the new language of California too. For quite awhile it looked like it was going to be Spanish, but the missions influence brought in English. Is this true of false?
... pretty good, it had quite a lot of exotic animals in there, and then 4 differing floors regarding all different wildlife. The experience was then finished off with a 3D movie about great white sharks, which wasn't as impressive. Still we made our way back to our restaurant for the full Mexican experience! A few hours of latin music, some provocatively dressed Mexican waitresses, and fajitas, and we were done. On our way back to our campsite, we took ...
We drove into the Old Town Historical Park in San Diego today, this area of San Diego has been colonized over the years by many countries. Today it has a very Mexican/Spanish influence. Missionary's were one of the first people to settle in this area, they built 21 missions, which served as the cornerstone of California's colonization in 1769. The Immaculate Conception Catholic Church built in 1865 built outside the mission system. The ...
... on the "skyfari" a gondola that takes you from one side of the zoo to the other. It was quite high up and it was nice having a birds eye view of the whole zoo. Part of the admission cost included a double decker bus tour that gives you an overview of all the different sections of the zoo and animals. The tour was about 40 minutes long and what we learned in that short time period ...
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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