Sycuan Golf & Tennis Resort
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- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... center .7 miles away from where we were. Excited to try to provide housing for our 30 friends, we hopped back on the bikes to go check it out. Ali worked her magic & was able to get us the youth center to sleep, however we could not go until 8pm. So with Lauren's DM skills, we were able to take showers at Crunch Fitness & clean out our trailer, van, & inventory in their parking lot. We then headed to the host and were locked out since it ...
Checked into pull-thru 120 here at Sunland Vacationer RV Park on East Main in El Cajon-- 3.3 km from Jess and Brent's place.... not a bad park-- fairly close to Highway 8 but didn't prevent us from sleeping... has a pool which we will check out today as the kids are coming back for a swim and dinner in a while.... This weekend has turned even hotter and out here away from the ocean where they live is about 10 degrees hotter than San ...
... drove to San Diego, where we walked along the Coronado beach. Kyle already shows his amazing cooking skills. By making fajitas all on his own. Later he shows us flip cup and ring of fire. Other than that we played beer pong, which later turned into gin-pong. Wasted. Jaq danced to baby got back and Sean sang my heart will go on. ...
... the sides, the tables are farm kitchen style with chairs wrapped in pieces of burlap bags from assorted industries. On a wall above the main dining area are blackboards with chalk drawings, and the big attention getter is the huge wall painted orange and decorated with graffiti. Cayter would love to have seen that. The drink menu, as well as the table menu, is very creative and unique. It truly was really hard to make a decision because everything looked so interesting and ...
... start this adventure. I know what classes I’m taking: Spanish 240, Spanish 260, IR 468, and Art History 496 (in case anyone has the notes for these already, send them my way? Kidding, Mom and Dad!). I know my address, though I have no idea where it’s actually located in the grand scheme of things. And I know the language, vaguely, from many years of Mexican-Spanish learned in high school. Not that that’s gonna help me much, because apparently ...