DoubleTree by Hilton Golf Resort San Diego
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Travel Blogs from San Diego
... other dogs and swimming. Funny, in a surf mecca and at the creme de la creme of dog beaches, and we just sat in the shade of the life guard tower and watched everyone around us. It was nice to enjoy the serenity though and relax after the hustle and bustle the day before.
One thing that really stands out to both of us is the enormous homeless community here. And there are a lot of people who just sleep in their vehicles and shower at ...
... appetizers, soups/salads, entrees, and desserts. And everything is delicious.
We have met many interesting and friendly people, including some who actually know where Nova Scotia is. On one of our tours we met a family from Calgary that were celebrating their
parent’s 50th anniversary. It turns out that the mother’s teaching career was at QE High School, and the mother’s father was the family doctor in Berwick, NS. One of the daughters saw ...
... met the rest of the group downstairs to head off to the USS Midway- a naval boat that has not seen combat- but is pretty impressive with its displays. Aaron and I Wandered around and took some photos - I was taking non touristy photos so had to stop that. We grabbed a quick a bite to eat while there - I swear I had half a turkey on my bread! And then we went for another looksee. We had organised a 2 hour harbour cruise before we left, but it was supposed to be at 3:00, the ...
... USA. It was Council Policy in many places to get the homeless people to accept a one way air ticket to the West Coast or preferably Hawaii and send their them and the Councils problems there.
I went to a local hotel and tried to get a grasp of American Football and had a few beers. There I met a couple of locals called Kelly and Joe and we chatted for about an hour before Jackie came. We had another beer and chatted another hour and finally went our ...
Our final day in San Diego. It was time for an ocean adventure to SeaWorld. The park was a short 15 minute drive off the interstate. Kel had several shows marked for us to see. The dolphin show up first in the Blue Horizons Stadium. We sat in the splash zone, hopefully we would get wet. Out came the dolphins, a few flips, some acrobatics from humans, then the show was ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility