Sycuan Golf & Tennis Resort
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- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... the set was amazing , they have still got it after all this time, When Stevie sang landslide I cried my eyes out thinking of dancing with my dads on my wedding, we left before the last song after looking at how many people were in the venue, it was the biggest concert I have ever been to , we did make it back to our room in 8 minutes with no traffic and now it's time to get some rest. Off to San Diego zoo tomorrow to see some pandas . More adventures to come Katie & ...
"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 ...
... having some kind of episode. Try to deflate it as quickly as possible and move on. I am learning this but have yet to follow my own suggestion...I leave that to Adam.
3 - Travel with a professional masseuse. (If not possible train all the kids in the art of massage and threaten lack of ice cream/coke/candy if they do not rub you down!)
4 - Food is VERY important. Carry snacks at all times and drinks and try to know where dinner will ...
... we could only stomach a couple queues!
The best part of the day for me though, was shopping at Carlsbad Premium Outlets in the afternoon! It is definitely something we will go back to before we leave San Diego, as it is so vast a whole day there wouldn't even touch the sides!
Dinner on New Year's Eve in Little Italy last night was great, so authentic and very festive. Dessert was amazing, and as always ...
... 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 ...