Riviera Oaks Resorts

Address: 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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      Day 8...Zoo Day

      A travel blog entry by vigdis on Jul 24, 2014

      18 photos

      We spent all day checking out the San Diego Zoo. Thankfully we listened to other folks and went a little later in the afternoon, and stayed until close at 9. The temperature hit 95 today, which is the hottest we have seen and felt since coming to California. Once the temp started dropping a little and it got close to feeding time, the animals were a bit more active and we had pretty good luck catching most every animal...the only two we missed were ...

      Los Angeles and adios USA

      A travel blog entry by dalwadiworld on Nov 14, 2013

      1 comment, 18 photos

      ... much less hectic and we enjoyed sipping on happy hour drinks at the bar for the evening. We visited the famous Venice beach which was about a 30min drive away. The beach was one of the busiest we had been to and although it was a tourist trap it was great to people watch - everyone and anyone struts along the boardwalk. Further down the beach we saw muscle beach - an outdoor gym used mostly by old school body builders who's skin resembled leather due to ...

      San Diego - definitely not Tijuana

      A travel blog entry by ben_marshall on Aug 19, 2013

      ... people spoke English than expected - even close to the border - though in San Diego you don't get the blaring mariachi music and quite so many dilapidated one storey buildings as I imagine one might see from Tijuana's deserted railway walk path. Unfortunately I didn't get the chance to have a double tequila slammer with proper tequila, or to see a donkey sprayed to look like a zebra, or to be hassled by the most annoying shop workers I've ever, EVER come across. ...

      Embarkation day

      A travel blog entry by kingle on Apr 06, 2013

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      Again 5:30am awake but tried to stay in bed for bit. Finally time for breakfast and finish repacking everything. Holland sent out a notice to some (we did not get it) that embarkation would be delayed until 2:00 pm due to 2 Holland ships in port and construction at the Port. They asked that people arrive later in the day to avoid long lines. Being the good rule followers we are, our taxi arrived at 10:15 am and we were at the port by 10:30 ...

      Beach "camping"

      A travel blog entry by jameshyde on Jul 06, 2012

      ... miles south near the popular beach at La Jolla (la hoy-ah). Yikes.
      Even nighttime visions of these evil predators of the deep could not keep me from the swell though, surfing is just too much fun.
      What has been managing to keep me off a board for a few days now though is a clicking in my shoulder (but no pain) and an ache of my ribs from lying on the hard board for hours a day, with my head up, putting all the load on the lower section of the ol' rib-cage. A few days off ...