The Sand Castle Inn

Address: 785 Seacoast Drive, Imperial Beach, California, 91932, United States | Motel
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This motel, located on 785 Seacoast Drive, Imperial Beach, is near Coronado Municipal Beach, Cabo Real Golf Course, Silver Strand State Beach, and Chula Vista Nature Center.
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Travel Blogs from Imperial Beach

Long Beach to San Diego

A travel blog entry by gmgw2014 on Sep 18, 2014

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... a last paddle in the Pacific. It was not the best sandy beach but had great breakers and I got soaked. Just as well my suitcase was in the car. Here we saw Amtrak trains! We have been near tracks most of our journey and only seen one freight train and like London Buses three come along at once! We then had to take the I 5 there being no alternative. The area was more barren and we came upon Camp Pembleton - a Marine establishment. We met a couple in the lift tonight whose sons ...

Day in San Diego

A travel blog entry by marshallrj on Aug 25, 2014

... off. The technician takes several minutes to locate it in the cockpit, some pilot she is. The last part of the tour is up on the flight deck, they have loads of planes up here,f-14, F-18 to name but a few, plus a sea king helicopter that was used to fish the astronauts out of the sea as the returned from the Apollo space missions. Back on the trolley bus and we tour round the more down town areas and then on to the Coronado peninsular or Island ...

Hi again ☺️

A travel blog entry by marlalaura on Jun 22, 2014

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... border of Arizona - Cali - Mexico. It was incredibly hot and we got to our site after dark so it was a short visit. The drives through Utah and Arizona were very quiet. It's all desert with deserted small towns and nothing to see - except for a huge snake that we saw on our way out of the state! So we left for California early Friday morning and reached our next campsite in 2 hours ☺️ It is at the top of a large mountain in a national forest an hour from downtown San ...

San Diego Day 3

A travel blog entry by angenunn on Oct 18, 2013

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Workout total- 2 ( well 1.5 but it's increased, so should be happy with that! Good coffee- 0 , I not keeping a tally anymore on the coffee. It sucks. I will advise once I have a good one. Sunburn- 1 - been in sun all day and no burn- my English/Irish skin loves SD! Early start for Aaron and I today- woke, packed, check out and headed up to Old Town. It is San Diego's first settlement. Full of old **** and old buildings and ****. We were there before anything opened (10am- no ...

Day 2

A travel blog entry by lexie.rochelle on Jul 19, 2013

... I returned, Kelsey was getting ready to go meet her friends in a little bit. Neal Erwin was just getting up. Kelsey and I went to Oscar's Mexican Seafood to get breakfast. I used to think that Kono's Grill had the best breakfast burritos, but not any more. While Kono's is really good, it is also way more crowded. You could wait up to an hour in line if you don't get there early. Oscar's is definitely better and there is not a line to order or get your ...