Sunburst Court Inn

4086 Alabama St, San Diego, California, 92104, United States | Inn
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This inn, located in the North Park area of San Diego, is near Point Loma, Diversionary Theatre, San Diego Miniature Railroad & Carousel, and Morley Field.
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Jumping Castles, money in the making

A travel blog entry by wave3sea on Jul 10, 2014

... it out. Stay away from themed units. Themes such as Barney and friends go out of fashion. Try to invest in something that will work for both girls and boys. We are all familiar with the traditional Jumping Castles for Sale but there a many different styles out there. Try to develop your own style and signature and keep your inventory fresh and exciting. You have to give your customers a reason to keep returning to you year after ...

Life is good in San Diego

A travel blog entry by bulaska on Dec 02, 2013

9 photos

We arrived from LA to San Diego by bus and our host (like most Americans) was amazed that it is even possible to travel other than by car ;) But it is possible and works pretty well most of the time. We used the BoltBus which started operating between LA and San Diego just two weeks earlier. If you buy tickets online it costs as little as 8 USD and the journey is about 2,5 hours.

Well San Diego is supposed to be one of the sunniest places on the ...

Back to the future

A travel blog entry by cyclinginaskirt on Nov 22, 2013

16 comments, 20 photos

... Angeles and into San Diego. In Santa Barbara I also met up again with Ben and after sharing so much of the time on the road it seemed only fitting to cycle the last week together to arrive at the end of the adventure.

The beach bike paths of downtown LA, Santa Monica and Venice Beach were fantastic places to slowly cruise, watching the competitive posturing of weight lifters at Muscle Beach or the colourful, eccentric or surgically enhanced inhabitants of an ...

San Diego Day 1

A travel blog entry by angenunn on Oct 15, 2013

4 comments, 1 photo

... fading pretty fast so we changed the time and went a bit earlier. Half of it is a cruise down towards México where we had all the US Naval ships explained to us (their naval base is in SD) and I tell you, they have some impressive boats. While down that end, there were some Navy Seal drills happening, where they were getting dropped out of helicopters into the harbour. They regularly drive by in their boats and helicopters also. They did have the ship that housed the ...

San Diego & Los Angeles

A travel blog entry by borthscouse on Jul 03, 2013

6 photos

... times ever, and I was terrible at it. Body boarding was all I ever did, but it sounds so much cooler to say surfing, doesn’t it? San Diego is a bit of a hot spot for such things, so it would have been even more foolish for me to rent a surf board and embarrass myself in front of what seemed like an unlimited supply of professional surfers. Unfortunately, It turns out I’m also **** at body boarding these days, as in the entire day I ...