Residence Inn San Diego Sorrento Mesa/Sorrento Valley
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
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... went south around a mountain. We drove that direction but could not find the water. Then back to the RV to break camp and the four of us were on the road by early afternoon.
We headed west on I-8 just past Yuma to the Quechan Casino off Hwy 186. This casino has a huge RV section that had at least 100 RV’s parked in all directions on a dirt parking area. We found two sites together and set up camp. Our routine is to find a fairly level ...
... well as, completing two massive hikes back to back. My first hike was 7 miles roundtrip from the far west side of the GC at Hermit Trail literally straight down the unmaintained steep trail,1,040ft elevation loss, to Dripping Springs. The views during the hike were amazing…went down below the rim and got to see the inner side of the GC. Unfortunately, Dripping Springs was a bit of a letdown, wasn’t much to view. The way up was ...
... Gen.Eisenhower came to live in Indian Wells and there is a memorial to him, also, we did notice as we passed Indio, two days ago, a memorial to Gen. Patton, so maybe he came out this way as well. Back in the hotel and it's very quiet in a our room, but then I see that O&J have the I-pads out under the covers so that they don't disturb there mother, very wise. Come, 9am O,J and I go for another good swim, it's really good pool here and not at all ...
... dressed up in 1800s dress, it was all lovely and very unexpected, we just thought we were going to walk through a standard park. The reason we were walking through the park in the first place was to go and meet uncle Eddie (from the wedding) at the old town Mexican cafe. And uncle Eddie was the reason for all the tequila. After all the tequila we took a tram back to the gaslamp quarter where we were staying (singing the ...
... we hadn't foreseen was the huge difference between the breaks of the 2013 Kia Forte and Hannah's dad's unknown-year, taped-up second hand Vauxhall Astra which she had driven in the UK. A light tap on these brakes would stop the car; Hannah's foot to the floor approach nearly sent us flying through the windscreen every few minutes on the freeway. "Ollie to the kerb!" became a commonly shouted mantra as Hannah took longer than most to get used to driving on the ...