Staybridge Suites San Diego Rancho Bernardo Area
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... an 18 hole executive course with two par fours on each nine and the rest par threes. The course is in excellent shape and the greens are fast and run true. The price is a little higher than Desert Hills in Yuma. The pace was leisurely and we had to wait on a couple of holes but no one cared. The highlight of the round was Dan knocking in a 20-foot birdie on the last – his first ever! That will make it a memorable day for sure.
On the 6th we visited ...
... how Karen was doing. She had a good night without anything since the night before so she was given the clear all clear to leave the room. We spent the day relaxing and playing cards. I walked the deck for 5 km. today. The show tonight was Tony Pace, singer/comedian , he was rally funny. Temps. are starting to warm up again 23C.
November 22nd Saturday
We arrived in Manta Ecuador this morning at 6am, people were getting off the ship by 7:30. This is a working port and ...
... white, red and green) and revolutionary Spanish words. What we also found quite interesting was the way how different social classes were distributed in this area: Loganīs streets are full of homeless people, but after crossing the bridge to the Coronado Island where very wealthy people have their mansions you feel like visiting two worlds apart within a few seconds.
From Logan we headed to Horton Plaza where we had a quick lunch (burger with fries for USD 7). After lunch ...
... see a sports game ever since we had come over to North America. I had hung off till San Diego because it was our best chance to see an American Football game. Although, as it turns out, the San Diego Chargers were playing away when we were in town. The next best thing was the San Diego Padres. The towns Baseball team. Neither of us understand Baseball but it'll be fun to experience the atmosphere. The next day was our last here before we head into town ...
After a nice train trip with views of the pacific ocean, we arrived in beautiful San Diego. A clean city, and a lot more relaxed than LA. Friday, Sat and Sun were taken up by a tennis tournament, during this time we celebrated 4th of July with amazing fireworks and enthusiastic Americans. Such ...