Riviera Oaks Resorts

25382 Pappas Rd, Ramona, California, 92065, United States | 2 star resort
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This 2 star resort is located on 25382 Pappas Rd, Ramona.
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    A travel blog entry by thegreenteam on Sep 25, 2013

    42 photos

    The last of our day tours today, to Seaworld San Diego. After the usual routine of switching buses etc, we found ourselves on a bus with a driver named Chris, a born and bred local who was pretty funny, despite dragging out some of the same jokes that other drivers have used, but also very informative, and actually managed to talk all the way to San Diego – about and hour and a half's drive away!

    Originally when planning this trip, we had wanted to go to the San Diego ...

    Water Park

    A travel blog entry by bigtrip66 on Aug 01, 2013

    8 photos

    ... burger would be on him, a nice gesture! During our tea, the Karaoke DJ took centre stage which promoted Simon handing in his song card! After tea, we order a pitcher and I finally beat Simon at pool before the bar filled with about 30 Australians and South Africans on a 18 - 35 tour! Simon soon felt nervous and I was nervous for him!! Then, suddenly a woman grabbed me and took me to the stage! It would be me who had to sing ...

    San Diego Zoo

    A travel blog entry by ecirpnek on Jul 19, 2012

    4 photos

    ... monkey in A Night at the Museum. We had a great day seeing a lot of animals we hadn't seen before, but a lot of the enclosures seem to be a bit ordinary in comparison to Taronga Zoo which has much better and bigger enclosures. We headed back to the hotel and had a great waterfront dinner at Anthony's Grotto just across the ...

    Shopping and shows

    A travel blog entry by bethanyismyname on Jul 07, 2012

    2 comments, 25 photos

    ... called The Cosmopolitan, where we happened to get a table outside. My entree was a classic fish taco which, up until the last bite was delicious. It turns out, spicy salsa can actually pile up into the last bite, resulting in a fire mouth Bethany who is forced to chug soda and then a pack of sugar. Throughout the meal, I found myself getting colder and colder. Therefore I put on my jacket.. But I was still cold....so I got my waiter to turn on a heater. Next thing I knew, ...

    In the navy

    A travel blog entry by kimrobinson on Sep 16, 2011

    36 photos

    ... the magic of the Midway to life.

    Man I love planes, boats and machines - here it all is in one place. In fact it was a heavy heart that made me leave and return to shore to continue exploring the rest of San Diego.

    I must point out though, as much as I like machines I do not like war...

    So back in downtown we wander around the Gaslamp quarter and grab some food before heading on a bus uptown to explore something new. We end ...