Super 8 Escondido
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Travel Blogs from Escondido
... to see everything, at the beginning of the day when we got in the gates we tried to look over the map and see all the things we wanted to see and skip all the others. Overall the San Diego zoo wasn't as good as I was expecting, I'm not sure if it's because I had high expectations of it being the best in the world but I didn't agree and was a little underwhelmed. Some of the enclosures made it hard to see the animals which ...
... and sat on the porch looking out at the beautiful ocean, listening to the peaceful waves, and watching the surfers. Kelsey got up shortly after that and joined me. It is always interesting just people watching, too. There are all ages, nationalities, weights, etc. The thing I love about the beach here on PB is that no one cares who you are, how wealthy or poor you are, if you are heavy or thin...everything goes and all are happy. I love it! Around 10:30, Neal Erwin decided to get ...
... the fact that animals were a part of the deal! Keely and Joe adopted a little boy, Griffin, a few years ago. Griffin is two and half and all boy, which means we were kept entertained by his non-stop exuberance and intelligence. A two and a half year old kid operating an ipad …..come on!!!
Griffin was showing me his bird app, where a bird would come up with the name written on the bottom of the screen and the computer would say the name. Griffin ...
Well we were supposed to go to Mexico for a day trip today to drink tequila...for $5 you can get the blue trolley to the border from San Diego & walk across but unfortunately Megs was not well so we had a well deserved lazy home day instead. Bailes, Greenie, Blake & Brooke headed to the park this morning & Bailes & ...
4,600 miles driven and I pulled into San Diego Saturday afternoon. Greg and I wanted to go sightseeing right away. So first stop was Cabrillo National Monument and Tide Pools on Loma Point. Captain Cabrillo was the first European to set foot on the Pacific coast of America. We walked down to the tide pools where tide comes up and in the pools there is tons of life. Tiny crabs and fish ...