Sycuan Golf & Tennis Resort
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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"Butter. Definitely butter." That quote was from breakfast this morning. Jamie got Belgium waffles at the Julian Cafe and Bakery. Mmmm. And now, GUEST BLOGGER!: Alycia Britton aka Rally Aly aka Rally (that's what I call her) aka Ally Cat... meow. Here she goes: Rally Aly here! But in real life people just know me as Alycia. I am from NJ, and have lived in FL for the past 6 years for school and work. Ali and I were Affordable Housing presentation ...
Another huge day for the mighty travelers today! Starting with a sleep in ( much deserved and somehow still not enough)...We strolled downhill to the local markets and got some fresh fruit and a yoghurt for brekky along with some other bits and pieces we had forgotten... Suncream!!!! We were at Meg and Steve's lobby at 10.30 sharp and jumped In with our Uber driver and headed to Staples Centre for the playoffs games between the LA ...
... over here to El Cajon on this past Monday, October 28th. What a drive!!! We left Yuma in the sun and warm and as we neared the mountains to the west of Plaster City you could see rain and a change in the weather. Often windy down there at sea level there is a big wind farm and we did hit a head wind much of the trip west from there. Leaving sea level you climb and climb with radiator water signposted at the sides of the highway maybe ...
... food. Had the pulled pork sandwich with hickory smoked sauce. O. M. G. it was beautiful. Few drinks and shots later - we are all in bed before midnight. But we can be forgiven. Some of is haven't slept since 6:30 15/10/13 aus time. As I write, Aaron is asleep in his queen bed- I am watching tv in mine. I will go to bed soon. Big day tomorrow. San Diego Zoo. There is 1 thing I have been surprised about- the amount of water in the toilet as a norm- photo attached so you can see. ...
This is the home to a huge variety of birds, lizards, and mammals (all hiding from the heat of the day). The Oasis at Mara is the only location in the park that was permanently
occupied by Native Americans. They were able to survive the sere
climate because of the springs that fed the oasis. The rangers half-heartedly warned us off hiking the trail to the Oasis, as the ...