Staybridge Suites San Diego - Sorrento Mesa
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... long wait we experienced upon ringing the doorbell and seeing Kimball's (our host) smiling face. Kimball was the epitome of relaxation and ease. I’ve known many marijuana smokers on the best trips who are not as laid back as Kimball. His shoulders slouched with humility and keen interest as he led us through the front door. Our room was small, quaint and personable. Simplistic and easy, it was furnished with a large queen bed, work desk and flat screen ...
... of kindergarten kids into Africa where we saw the big cats and had a chuckles at the warning sign for the "spray range" of the lions ( apparently 7-10 feet) the jaguar was an impressive looking animal. The elephants seemed much happier than the ones in perth and the cage they have their bath in looks like something from Jurassic park like where you might keep a velociraptor. The most interesting character around was the secretary bird. Not what you'd think. Not far ...
... salivating at the prospect of tucking into a "California Burrito" (Burrito with french fries inside.Yummy) at Fred's. I had eaten here pretty much every day while i spent a week in SD two years ago for Cisco Live. My first disappointment of the day was realized after we parked up the car and discovered that Fred's was in the process of being refurbished. Disheartened but still optimistic of achieving my California Burrito dream, ...
... there and we went on it twice. It was a really nice day. After sea world, we got a cab back to the hostel. We were pretty tired so didn't do much after that. On Thursday we decided to spend the day wandering the streets. It was a lovely day and we walked down to the port and along the water. We found a big old army boat that had a museum through it and Bradden really wanted to go, so we did. We spent hours walking around and listening to the tour and took lots of ...
... got dropped on 5th avenue, the heart of the Gas Lamp District, where all the restaurants and bars are plentiful. We had had a few recommendations of bars so we started with the Tipsy Crow, home of the Salty Dog, a freshly squeezed grapefruit drink with vodka and a salty rim! So we gave it a try! Next recommendation was a place for dinner. The Gas Lamp Strip Club. Although called a strip joint was no longer such, it was now a steak house ...