The Barrett'S Place

Address: 6678 Niemann Ranch Rd, Rancho Santa Fe, California, 92067, United States | Ranch
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Travel Blogs from Rancho Santa Fe

San Diego Day 2

A travel blog entry by steveguy on Oct 08, 2015

9 photos

... eat all day. The elephants seemed quite restless having lived here for so many years their tusks were all twisted enough to bring you to tears. The cheetahs have a small enclose To stop them running away the only member of the cat family without retractable claws. They put dogs in the cage with them to stop them getting to bored. It keeps the dog pounds busy And allows the cheetahs to sharpen their claws The panda was ...

San Diego

A travel blog entry by skaiiskaiiskaii on Sep 23, 2015

31 photos

... began by getting off at the last stop - Little Italy, as the next stop was where we had started from anyway, and we were hungry. We perused the restaurants on offer before finding a chela and cheerful place where I got salad and pizza and Jake got chicken wings. It was nice! I finished my meal with a tiramisu - it tasted more like a creamy sponge cake, but it was still nice. We couldn't get on the first tour bus that came ...

Mission and Old Town

A travel blog entry by villadale on Aug 28, 2015

10 photos

... This mission had been used by the Catholic Church, the Mexican government, the US Army and then allowed to fall into disarray and ruin. It was beautifully restored in 1931. The gardens were very lush and well-tended.

From there we went to Old Town, it is the oldest settled area in San Diego and the first European Settlement in what is modern California. Now it is a modern tourist trap with loads of Mexican restaurants and what my dad used to ...

History lessons in San Diego

A travel blog entry by vanessaandjeff on Jun 18, 2015

20 photos

... the Pacific Ocean. It has a few small exhibits with history dating back to 1542 and has some unique coastal scrub. It was the first place where we saw cactus just growing in the wild. After seeing where the first Spanish ships sailed into the harbour and landed in San Diego apparently searching for China, we went to see where they settled in Old Town San Diego Historic Park. This place has wooden buildings, sandy grounds with cacti which resembles a scene from a western movie. ...

27 Islands, and a lot of Banana Shakes ~

A travel blog entry by elizacass on Apr 04, 2015

2 comments, 69 photos

... Best place to stay- Le Dugong Resort- basic *20. Ko Bulon Lae- beautiful small island. Pretty white sand beach, gorgeous! Home to quite a few monitor lizards, harmless and neat to watch. Nice island to walk around, a few restaurants and bars, but still quiet! Loved this one. Best place to stay- Bulon Marina Resort- basic, but charming and rustic! Great food ! 21. Ko Lao Liang- pretty island, hard to get to! Only one place to stay, with okay tents on the beach, " all ...