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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    ... from there tomorrow. We could still see the ocean from the freeway at this stage, but we lost it at Oceanside City. The freeway was very busy going into San Diego and we did not see another sign for the Pacific Highway until we reached San Diego. Our hotel is near the airport. We have a great view of the harbour and Marina from our balcony here at The Sheraton. Still warm but a bit overcast which I believe it is today at home. Keeping up to date with the Referendum. It looks ...

    The Secret Book Download Places

    A travel blog entry by box6cow on Aug 26, 2014

    ... aside from immoral, to even try. Should you have read supplementary titles in accordance to the law of attraction, then you could suddenly find yourself struggling to know why this title is so popular. The Secret displays the knowledge in other books, and far more, and does so in a clear and concise way. Readers may find that they are thinking "That's obvious" or "In fact, I recognize that ...

    California dreaming continues..........

    A travel blog entry by enstone on Jun 24, 2014

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    ... store signs. The pier or wharf as they call them is the oldest in California and where salt water taffy was created and all because a girl didn't want to walk to the well to get the water so dipped her bucket over the pier, but they don't make it like that these days! We walked up the viewing tower at the county courthouse and survey the views across Santa Barbara. Then we happened upon an art ...

    San Diego

    A travel blog entry by abimartin on Nov 01, 2013

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    ... place took portion size to another level which is quite an achievement bearing in mind the things I've eaten since getting to the states. We'd been told a pancake here could serve two, but Owen insisted he had his own so in the end we shared one pancake with bacon & syrup and something that was a speciality, but consisted of eggs, potatoes, an American 'biscuit' which is absolutely ...

    Day 3

    A travel blog entry by lexie.rochelle on Jul 20, 2013

    ... his finger on why he thought that other than "the service was spotty." Here is the review I wrote on Yelp per the request of Open Table:

    "You will be missing the best dining experience in San Diego if you don't eat at Cucina Urbana! From the second you step into the restaurant, you are met with an eclectic and lively atmosphere. Some of the walls are clad with wooden pieces of all colors, and the stairs are framed with old wooden shoe forms. The lighting is contemporary, ...