SAN DIEGO -- President Barack Obama was expected to leave San Diego Monday after staying quite active during his "relaxing" trip to San Diego County over the weekend.
Several people took to social media Sunday posting messages of where they saw Obama.
Anna Spalding, a yoga instructor, said she was on-call Sunday morning in case Obama wanted a quick session at Rancho Valencia, a luxury hotel in Rancho Santa Fe. Spalding said he ended up running on the treadmill.
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Once in a life time experience running on a treadmill next to President Obama at #ranchovalencia ... And I never get on treadmills ;) I was on call to teach yoga to the Obama family but got to work out next to him instead. Even though we weren't able to get a photo, we wanted to commemorate the moment! #whitehouse #whitehousewest #president #iheartobamasface
Then, Obama's motorcade was seen driving to Torrey Pines Golf Course overlooking the Pacific Ocean. He practiced his golf swing at the driving range before hitting the course.
The president arrived at the municipal golf course at 12:15 p.m. with his friends, Darrell Harrington and Mike Ramos.
Obama planned to spend the rest of the weekend relaxing with his family in upscale Rancho Santa Fe and depart Monday afternoon, media reports said.
Obama arrived on Air Force One at the Marine Corps Air Station Miramar Saturday evening following a three-stop fundraising trip to Los Angeles.
The President's visit had people posting suggestions for what he should do while in San Diego.
During an event in Pacific Palisades in Los Angeles County, Obama singled out Rep. Scott Peters of San Diego, saying he is "one of the finest members of Congress,'' and praising Peters' votes on trade and equal pay.
"(Peters) not only has a good heart, but knows how to get things done,'' Obama said.