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May 12, 1985
The May 7 article, "Already Over 50, and They're Gaining Speed," in the San Diego At Large column, reflected the spirit of the Over the Hill Gang. It reflected it so well that many other active seniors have been trying to reach us to get more information. In this volunteer organization we don't have a listed phone number. To make it simple for you readers to get our free information we welcome stamped, self-addressed envelopes to OHG, P.O. Box 1113, Solana Beach, CA 92075. GEMMA PARKS Solana Beach
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August 19, 2012
Legoland California, 1 Legoland Drive, Carlsbad; (760) 918-5346, california.legoland.com. Adults $75, children ages 3-12 $65. Sheraton Carlsbad Resort & Spa, 5480 Grand Pacific Drive, Carlsbad; (760) 827-2400, http://www.sheratoncarlsbad.com . Some 250 rooms next to Legoland. Rooms for two $239-$309 in summer, $149-$199 the rest of the year. More for suites. Carlsbad Inn Beach Resort, 3075 Carlsbad Blvd.; (760) 434-7020, http://www.carlsbadinn.com . Some rooms with kitchenettes and rental condos.
REAL ESTATE
January 22, 2006 | Irene Lechowitzky, Special to The Times
This hidden jewel on San Diego County's Gold Coast lies north of flashy Del Mar and within furlongs of its famous racetrack. It's a city that at first glance appears to be all eye candy, yet its center holds a rich history. * Beginnings Solana means "sunny" in Spanish. It's an apt name for the location, and probably one of the reasons the San Dieguitos tribe settled here some 10,000 years ago. Fast-forward to 1918, when the area began to grow with the building of the Lake Hodges Dam.
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March 7, 1991 | DAVID SHAUGHNESSY
Though traditionally considered the domain of the rich and professional, golf is driving through distinctions of age, class and sex to become one of the most popular sports in America. Twenty-five million Americans now stride upon the links, a whopping 25% increase from just two years ago. Fueled by televised coverage and corporate sponsorship of the Seniors Tour, the Skins Game and the PGA and LPGA Tours, golf is now a $15-billion-a-year business in the United States.
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