Southern California Beach Club
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Refrigerator in room
- Microwave in room
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... to tennis played on a much smaller court using paddles like large ping pong paddles and using a plastic whiffle ball a bit smaller than the size of a soft ball.
The unusual name for the game comes from the originator of the game whose dog was named Pickles. Hey he/she invented the game so I guess they got to call it whatever they wanted. The game is very popular with older citizens and is played all around ...
... through the hotel no one even noticed us! We took the elevator up to the hotel and just walked around. It was difficult to amagine that this was the same Spot. Now instead of just beautiful white sand on the Pacific side...it looked more like a Hawaiian resort. Even the Whale Watch bar was now transformed into a modern looking bar. The view was still just as beautiful....but now the actual bar was on the other ...
... into San Diego afternoon traffic. Have to say, it was refreshing to have four travel lanes after having only two for the majority of the trip. Made it north on the 5, loved seeing the Pacific again after being away for 15 days.
Got home and unloaded the car. Even though we left two Rubbermaid boxes and two suitcases in Clarksville for Ashley, we still had a ton of stuff with us. We sorted, stored and tossed everything with ...
After touring Desert hills on highway 371, I jumped on the freeway for a second and arrived safely at their doorstep ready to party. At Aunt Ellen and Uncle Todd's house it's always a party and the cousins meet there for a weekend away and a fun time so from the quiet house of grandpa's to this place, I knew the fun was about to begin. It wasn't long after that we got it started either. First stop: Coronado Brewery and Tasting room. The beer was ...
... until 2pm so decided to find somewhere for breakfast and to take the drive slowly. Rob is managing to pick up driving on the wrong side of the road really well, with only a couple of almost whoopsies, although he has had to put up with some seat squeezing, panicked squeals etc from me (Matt and Bec - see it isn't just your driving). We found a little place called Chuck's Coffee Shop which was a really stereotypical American diner, as soon as we ...