Residence Inn San Diego Sorrento Mesa/Sorrento Valley
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... is) and once you get outside of the gates, the terrain is very brown, sandy and full of scrub brush. There are signs warning to be aware of rattlesnakes in the area. The hills in the resort make for good walking for exercise, and Emily actually ventured out for a run yesterday too.
Today we headed into San Diego to explore some of the city and beaches there. We also made a detour a little south, ...
So after four days in Sin City, two more than recommended. I headed back to America's finest city to finish moving and tie up some loose ends. Moving sucks and fortunately my good friend, Matt Austin, offered to help me move which was a huge favor. So after a grueling day on Monday, I was officially moved out. Kind of sad as Long Branch was very good to me and I have great ...
... in the morning we set off for the hour drive into San Diego. Not knowing too much about what to do when we got there, we parked up in the middle of town and scouted out the situation. We decided to walk around downtown visit the port, then visit a museum at Balboa Park before returning to downtown for our dinner. The main road through San Diego, Fifth Avenue, was a pretty cool place, with some nice looking restaurants and a few decent shops, ...
... for our four legged friends, but it's clear that people here really love their dogs! When we go to the beach I was surprised to find a large free public parking area right next to the HUGE dog beach. It was several football fields of white sand and dogs could run off leash. We saw surfers catching some big waves. We all must be getting old because Dave was not feeling going surfing, and Abby and Scrappy were not feeling running around ...
Headed out of the City of Angels after enjoying another morning with great friend Mary Fran. The world needs more Mary Fran's, or at least we do. OK, next stop San Diego. The swallows have left San Luis Capistrano, so, no need to stop and pick up a feather. San Diego is on the horizon, right after that moth balled nuke at San Onofre, built in 1968 and decommissioned in 2012, that sucker looks dangerous.
We agree ...