Admiral at La Mirage

Address: 6554 Ambrosia Dr, San Diego, California, 92124, United States | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located in the Eastern San Diego area of San Diego, is near Qualcomm Stadium, Mission San Diego de Alcala, Stadium Golf Center & Batting Cages, and Back From Tomboctou.
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Travel Blogs from San Diego

Day 9

A travel blog entry by laurenschilling on Sep 11, 2014

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... for the most part it was just us, and when we would fall silent it was so peaceful to look out over the city in quiet bliss. When we finally made it to the potato chip rock we were presented with the question of how we were going to get to it, as the rock closest to it was a decent jump away, and if you were to fall you would definitely get hurt, if not break something. So our next best option was to climb it. We successfully managed to get up there and I ...

Play Ball!

A travel blog entry by ztfisme on Sep 02, 2014

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After our college visit, we then go to the San Diego Padres baseball game.
-Tickets were $70 each and parking was $15.
- We enjoyed the game! The ending was fantastic. The Padres got a pinch hit walk off home run to end the game 2-1 versus the Arizona Diamondbacks.
- After the game we fell asleep in the car outside the stadium parking lot.
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Day one in the "Golden State"

A travel blog entry by ryantravel on Aug 02, 2014

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... 51(54.23 Australian Dollars) for a Day Pass Plus. On the website it mentioned the differences and basically for an extra $5 you could see a 4D movie. Sure why not see a movie! I decided the Day Pass Plus would be my best buy.

I caught a cab to the Zoo which cost me around $24(26 Australian Dollar) because of the heavy LA traffic. When I arrived at the zoo I was quite impressed with the decorations and layout of ...

Tacos, treats and tequilas: San Diego.

A travel blog entry by bognbex on Mar 21, 2014

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... the help of some aspirin and two big bowls of chicken pho), we managed to get into the centre of San Diego for some exploring around 2pm. A lively place with lots of cafés, restaurants and bars, San Diego has definitely won us over. Although our time here was short,it was mostly sweet. We can both see why the Spanish first claimed it as there own all those years ago. They must have been suckers for warm weather, palm trees and sea views ...

Hotel Del Coronado

A travel blog entry by lcgordon on Oct 27, 2013

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... we would need a whole day there so made sure we were there for it opening. (Which meant setting the alarm again!) only 5 miles across the bridge from Coronado it wasn't too early a start! We arrived at the Zoo and thankfully there were no queues. A lady approached us at the ticket gate and gave us a free 1 day membership pass which saved us around 30 dollars - cool. We boarded the tour bus, first ride of the day, again no queues which was good. ...