BEST WESTERN Mission Bay
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... was very good and we stocked up on treats. The roads were winding up and down for most of the hundred and forty mile trip. It was really beautiful and so much fun. I was worried, when we decided to buy a toy hauler so we could bring the motorcycles, that we would not ride them very much. In Dallas we only rode once or twice a month because the weather and the roads are just not very good. I am so glad we brought them! This is what riding is all about. It ...
... odour in the air. Since La Jolla is home to the wealthy it will probably happen. Here also are many inspiring views to photograph.
For many years we watched Joan Embry of the world famous San Diego Zoo as she brought animals to the Johnny Carson Show causing discomfort to Johnny and general hilarity to the audience. At $48, the admission price for the zoo is a bit steep but the value quickly shows as you find yourself in a beautiful botanical garden that houses the ...
Day 8. The first thing I noticed this morning was the intense Phoenix heat that hit me head on as soon as I stepped in the sun. It felt like I was placed in an oven and Chef Summer kept turning up the temperature until I was well past done. I wanted to take advantage of being in Phoenix for the day so I slathered on the sunblock, rocked my sunglasses, guzzled water, and off I went on a difficult hike up Camelback Mountain along the Echo Trail. This hike started off on an ...
... so we don't have to stress about getting through customs. The boys are bouncing off the walls, they are soo excited to be back in California. We breeze through customs thanks to friendly TSA officers, an anomaly we rarely see. Unfortunately, we leave the International terminal and have to walk to the unconnected Terminal 4, meaning we have to go through security again. Ugh!
The humidity blasts our faces when we exit the Terminal. Did we actually ...
... the cliffs to little sandy coves. Walking the hilly streets of OB, there are ocean vistas in all directions and flowers blooming everywhere. Though many of the plants are like those found in Fl, there were also many that were very different and, of course, being a dry area, there are lots of very interesting succulents.
Among the many sites we enjoyed were Point Loma lighthouse with tidal pools and views of the SD skyline, Torrey Pines and Sunset ...