Staybridge Suites San Diego Rancho Bernardo Area
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... between the window and the wall. It was perfect. If our passing of Starbucks represented the 7th level of heaven, the accommodations of this room were like meeting God himself.
My musings of San Diego will include the novel and anomalous experiences, as I would never want to bore you with the standard and predictable.
At 23 years of age, when I was just coming out, I could hardly imagine myself finding ...
... were the lamas which seemed to have some unique personalities between them. We moseyed through the rest of the zoo stopping at the tortoises, reptile enclosures, the monkeys and birds and whatever else tickled our fancy at the time. The squirrels ( running wild) were friendly enough to pop out and say hello every now and then. But most of the big cats were hiding high up or behind things. So there weren't many picture opportunities... :( On to seaworld we ventured we ...
... the streets of SD. The weather is beautiful here and the tramps\bums are out in force. Yelp advised us that we could get a top notch CA Burrito at a restaurant called Mexican Fiesta a mere 2 miles away. We walked the two miles to discover that Mexican Fiesta was more of a Mexican food glory hole than Mexican restaurant. Seating aside the burrito was superb and at $5 you could not argue with the price. Me and Les shared ...
... We ate there too and then walked slowly back to the hostel. We ate dinner and went to a chocolate and ice cream shop down the road to get dessert. We ate too much and made ourselves feel sick but it was worth it. We headed back to bed and woke up Friday with plans of the zoo. I said we should walk there as it didn't look far but I was wrong. It took about 45 minutes and it was uphill almost the whole trip. So annoying. When we arrived we ate straight away and then ...
... several grills dotted about the premises for diners to cook their preferred steak cuts as they so like. Quite a different concept. We went for a New York Strip and a Guiness and Garlic marinated cut. The steaks were brought out and laid beside the grill to warm while we had our starter, a mound of crispy teriyaki wings, they were amazing! Despite not feeling too hungry after our wings, we proceeded to the grill, glass of red wine in hand. Well, ...