El Rancho Motel
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- High-speed internet in room
- Multilingual staff
- Refrigerator in room
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Room service
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... only! We got the key and crisis was averted. I did buy some cookies if you are wondering. We were uneasy about this practice, having always been free to use a restroom when needed. We continue past Camp Pendleton where we had to merge on to the 5. It seems they do not use the "I" in the interstate road system. They just say the 5 or the 405. We went into Torrey Pines State Park. There is fee for most state parks. The ranger at the ...
... people bobbing in and out of the warm water, it looked more like that fishing game for kids.
Our friends arrived around 1:30 and with them arrived a spot of sun as well. Now the three children were in the pool, laughing and playing and not worrying so much about the temps, although the pool temp didn’t seem too bad. It was so nice to see the children having such fun with a friend. They’ve really been missing their friends back ...
... the streets of SD. The weather is beautiful here and the tramps\bums are out in force. Yelp advised us that we could get a top notch CA Burrito at a restaurant called Mexican Fiesta a mere 2 miles away. We walked the two miles to discover that Mexican Fiesta was more of a Mexican food glory hole than Mexican restaurant. Seating aside the burrito was superb and at $5 you could not argue with the price. Me and Les shared ...
... overlooks the water.
Next stop was Oldtown State National Park in the Oldtown Neighbourhood of San Diego. This town was first settled by the Spanish for a short time before being taken over by the Mexicans in about 1820. It commemorates the early days of the town of San Diego and includes many historic buildings from the period 1820 to 1870. The park was established in 1968. In 2005 and 2006, Old Town San Diego as the most visited state park in ...
So this morning started with a Hilton breakfast overlooking the beach, thanks to Ali and Gibb for this gift, as it was a sunny morning and very peaceful almost on our own bar one other couple enjoying French toast and pancakes in the San Diego sunshine.
Today we head over to Seaworld, courtesy of Tan's cousin and her husband, who hooked us up with some complimentary tickets. So we decided to club together the money we had from Tanya's Aunts and Uncles to cover a Swim ...