Travel Blogs from Escondido
... photos and was really happy with the panda and polar bear photos and video I took. ( was to be extremely upset that night after I accidentally deleted all but a few photos of the day) . Australia and the koala holds a fascination for Americans that I hadn't really realised before. Most of the days entertainment at the zoo was focused on Australia. T-shirts and other souvenirs mostly had the koala theme. Was quite an eye opener. ...
... veggies from their backyard garden. Her creativity ranges from cooking to art to commercial design. Joe and I lamented that our artistic talents were limited to simply appreciating other peoples talents. We took an early leave as Joe was committed to a 100 mile bike ride the next day. “Ride, not race”, he emphasized.
We managed to arrive back at Lake Dixon just after sunset and parked Blue in her stall just as it was getting dark, perfect ...
... Hopefully it will be restored. We entered the fascinating world of the Botanical building, one of the world's largest wood and lath structures. Here are located over 2000 tropical plants with a huge collection of orchids. Wow!! The colors, shapes and designs of these flowers was breathtaking. Every time we thought we found our favorite, we soon replaced it with another.
We ventured from nature's creativity to that of human, with a visit to the ...
... and some amazing popcorn while Kelsey ate a chocolate dipped frozen banana from a rad little cafe.
We left the Con behind and went back to real life. We did laundry at our hostel, Kelsey went downstairs for a massage, and we ate at an amazing little Thai place across the road, J-Wok. I arranged all my Comic-Con swag to take incredible photos, we said goodbye to half of the Juat-Cast team (our room-mates), and went to bed early to catch up on the last week or so of lost ...
... good place to shop. It is situated next to the city's historic Gaslamp Quarter, a historical neighborhood in downtown San Diego, and it has some remarkable bright colors exterior, and odd spatial rhythms.
Weather is mild in San Diego. It is one of the best cities to live in the United States. Plus, its proximity to the Pacific Ocean. All these, and the attractions have made the city one of the top destinations in America.
How has this motel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking