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- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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Our days at Oceanside are coming to an end. Sunday we pack up and start the long trek home.
I am estimating it will take about six days to make the trip if the weather co-operates. We should be back in Ottawa on or about March 1st.
Oceanside has been good to us. It is a little rough around the edges, a number of homeless people, but that is common in ...
... skilful Cirque del mar and rounded it off with the fun Pet Rules show featuring dogs, cats, birds, pigs, geese and even a couple of Wallabies! In between we watched adolphins being trained, sea otters, sharks, star fish, rays, tropical fish, seals, sea lions, frogs and penquins. It was a great day. On our return to La Jolla in the early evening the girls went swimming whilst Annick and I paid another visit to a Whole Foods Market to get food for dinner and lunch. The Whole ...
... me on my shoulders, turned me around and I saw her snakey tongue. Long and flickering around her face. Ewwww. I kicked her away and ran home. What the heck thoughh. Her friends followed me. So I ran into the forest and found the hole to the tunnel back home. I quickly jumped in and closed the trapdoor. I sighed and went home.
Hello from Oceanside Yacht Club,
We came over here to cut the super long trip from Avalon to San Diego in half. We had another great motor over. Lots of sun and flat, calm water. The highlight of the day was a visit from a large group of dolphins. We have seen them pretty regularly down here but today was special. A huge group, maybe twenty or so came right up to the boat and swam along with us in our bow wave.
... Monkey enclosure. We have been to a lot of zoos around the world but the rumours proved to be correct about San Diego zoo, the environment the animals have is superior to any we have ever seen. One of my favourite bits of information was that the polar bears' water was set to 55 degrees Fahrenheit, 14 degrees higher than the arctic as they had become real San Diegans and got used to the amazing temperatures in this part of the world. They haven't started eating nachos ...