SpringHill Suites San Diego Rancho Bernardo/Scripps Poway
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... not exist in Australia. We met plenty of extremely friendly and interesting people at the tournament, and had a traditional American BBQ with them. Sunday we finally got to see the famous San Diego zoo, which was a lot of fun! Monday we went to Tijuana, Mexico, and the next day flew to Flagstaff, ...
... pretty dangerous and definitely didn't seem like it was under control at all. The smoke was everywhere too which was as dark as you can imagine. We stopped off for lunch at this old school train station that had a bunch of little shops and take away places including an entire stall dedicated to beef jerky. We then continued on to San Diego. As we got closer the traffic became more congested and palm trees became more common. At one point we were driving on the highway which ...
... right hand side. I love watching both the surfers and the seals expertly riding the swells. Nights in ocean side campsites spent falling asleep to the sound of waves crashing on the beach (trying not to think about the constant tsunami zone warning signs).
After a week off the bike in Los Gatos, staying with family, it took a while to get back into the rhythm of the road. Great weather helped, as did some of the most spectacular and iconic scenery. Field upon field ...
... the states from then on. When I heard of this, I naturally wanted my five minutes of fame so I pretty much demanded that Cleo rang in again with another ‘update’. So as well as being known for my Mario Kart endeavours, I’m also now famous to a further six or seven people in New Mexico who tune in to ‘The Fatback Nation’.
Giddy with fame, we headed out to celebrate Cleo’s birthday or, more importantly, me being ...
... the midway, just about all that one sees are fried food booths.
We got a wheelchair for Eleanor, but I am not sure who needed it more - her or Jo.
We did share everything, because nobody in their right mind could consume whole portions of any item. The new item for the year was a sloppy Joe on a ...