Tuscany Hills Resort
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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... up. You can ask questions as a guest and you will get the email if someone sent you an answer. SO you don't need to worry when your answer will come. When somebody answers your questions you will get the email. But we won't allow you to ask unrelated subjects. We have banned spammers so it's spam free platform. You can even browse our website on mobiles, ipad, iphones etc. So we welcome you to http://replyus.org If you interested ...
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Another period of time has passed and although I have not been up to much, I must fill you in anyway because in two days I'm off on a two week adventure and that will require a dedicated blog entry.
The day after the hike. Unpleasant. Both Olivia and I suffered some serious muscle pain and were hobbling around the house like arthritic creatures. It's days like those following a good work out or physical pursuit that ...
It does seem like in order to get anywhere we have to go through LA...and we've done it so many times it is tedious and hectic and boring and frustrating...all at the same time...and necessary...
So, we made it through and on through Ventura, Santa Barbara, Santa Maria, San Luis Obispo ...
... focus on our packing. It took us the rest of the morning to get ourselves sorted, but we did do pretty well to leave only a few things behind. After going out for a final lunch with Kathy we hit the road. Wayne didn't take the route we'd agreed to take, and I'm not sure if he was trying to lose me on the interstate at times, but since he had the GPS I had to do my best to stick behind him. We eventually arrived at the shipping agents and the whole process seemed so simple we ...
... the whole day. Pacific Beach was fantastic, long and sandy and almost how you would imagine Venice Beach to be in LA (it’s not, by the way) and lots going on including surfing or at least attempting to.
After the beach we went to San Diego old town. This is allegedly where the first town was but most of the buildings have been rebuilt and turned into shops or restaurants and this was probably the only let down of the trip. It could have been so much nicer but some of ...