Residence Inn San Diego Rancho Bernardo / Carmel Mountain Ranch
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... package. Our three children were the only kids there! Do you think they appreciate it? The food was tasty - lobster bisque followed by swordfish for Megan and Clark, salmon for Darby and Ribeye for the boys. Then Megan sprung the surprise - our concert package also included two rooms for the night. For an unknown reason the hotel upgraded us and one of our rooms had a balcony that looked out directly over the concert theater! Add to that 4th row seats - Awesome! ...
... 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 ...
... know - Rubios is a Taco chain, quite a lot better than Taco Bell, but still not quite fine dining! The one we found was pretty much like Leigh Delamere services (off the M4) - so we were far too overdressed, but the food was amazing! We tried some of the fish tacos - deep fried pieces of fish in a soft tortilla with some kind of white sauce and shredded cabbage! Add in a bit of chipotle sauce and it was out of this world - so many thanks to Woody and Beth for a dinner that was by ...
... a rollercoaster ride that is sure to get you wet (although not as wet as the "Shipwreck Rapids" which we managed to by-pass). The funniest thing about these rides was the adjacent drying booths where, for $5.00, you could stand inside and get blasted by warm air to dry off your clothes. Dylan had a second go on Atlantis with Dean & Erin and ended up the wettest of all of us.
That was pretty much the end of ...
... providing a 9 passenger SUV so we could all ride in one car). I notice that the "Check Engine" light is on, and ask Christian about it, but my dad says it was like that yesterday and they made a 200 mile trip to Indio, CA and it drove fine. We head south on the freeway and I notice a lack of power in the transmission and some stuttering, but it is isolated and I choose to ignore it. We continue 2 more miles down the road and the intermittent hesitation of the engine is ...
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
- Free parking