Residence Inn San Diego Rancho Bernardo / Carmel Mountain Ranch
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... hike where we turned around and saw that if we had gone a little further we could have followed the path leading above the water entry into the mountain then out to the road. But we were glad to have gone back to our original trailhead rather than walk the road back to Jimmy. After arriving back at camp we grabbed some snacks and rested in our lounge chairs with beers and wine. Later, Doreen fixed a great sausage ravioli dinner and we caught up on more ...
... Ski Valley were there were never ending hiking trails and campsites available. After my wonderfully scenic 5 mile hike in the mountains up to Williams Lake, I found my resting spot for the night in a little campground off the side of the road. I woke up the next morning to find that I had received visitors during the night…a family, as well as, two big horses staring wide eyed right back at me!! Day 4: Making my way to the Grand ...
... s house we ate, watched some TV (America's got talent is actually quite entertaining), did laundry(!!!) and now everyone is fast asleep as I write this, getting their weary and sunburnt bodies (even though we reapplied at least 4 times) ready for tomorrow's excursion - KAYAKING! and then the long ride to LAS VEGAS.
Enjoy the pics! I spared you the many many animal pics the Strauss's love to take.
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So this might be a bit of a long one, and there also might be more than one mention of wine. Just a pre-warning. We got to San Diego on Thursday evening, and checked into our hostel (same chain as the one in San Fran, but smaller). We then wandered around a bit and found somewhere to eat whilst we watched the San Diego 5k 'Dine and Dash' run. We sat and watched them running while joining in for the dine portion of the evening. Later ...
A day after arriving and seeing as much as we could, we were leaving LA and about to embark on our All-American road trip to the Grand Canyon and Yosemite National Parks. We picked up the car we had rented - a spritely little Kia Forte saloon (and were slapped with an unexpected extra $180 charge due to misleading small print on insurance). Hannah was driving as I'm still under 25 and it cost too much to add me to the insurance. With much excitement, fanfare ...