BEST WESTERN PLUS San Diego/Miramar Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... just as the boat had to turn back to shore. I didn't get any great shots and the whales stayed quite far away from the boat but it was still amazing to see them. The local tram and bus services take you to the nearby beaches: Ocean, Mission and Pacific with La Jolla being a little bit further out, but all still accessible for $7 day ticket. On Saturday I was joined by my friend Katie from England. ...
... to extremes though and rode 4 times in a row flipping as many times as possible until I couldn't see straight! Still it was fun!
So that was my time in San Diego! A seriously cool place. Its the sort of place I would like to live as opposed to a place I see as a tourist destination! Anyway next - I hit Las Vegas!!!!!!!!
Also I have extended my trip a little bit to fit in an excursion to the Amazon Rainforest! I thought I might as well whilst in Brazil!
... our passports which were well tucked away, so with permission to move we started rummaging round, I found mine last and upon inspection one man walked away and told his colleague "that chicks been everywhere!" ...it's starting to fill up with stamps. Finally we were sent on our way with some tips and advice of where to go when we got to San Diego. We've arrived, first stop was Chula Vista where the sun was shining ...
... is filled with pratfalls. Affairs can become variations of Shakespeare's classic Montagues and Capulets (or the more contemporary Hatfields and McCoys). Flaunting a relationship is not recommended -- it's neither diplomatic nor, in some cases, safe in such a confined environment. I'll never forget the interplay, so to speak, between a Bulgarian girl and two competitive suitors, having witnessed her being taken over by a Greek safety officer and then takenback ...
... maybe a lot of the original buildings have been replaced. Coronado Island is actually a peninsula. It was developed in the later part of the 1800s when two guys bought up land and built a grand hotel resort on the waterfront. The Hotel del Coronado is made of redwood and was the largest hotel in the world when it was completed in 1878 with 399 rooms and 75 bathrooms (no en suites in those days!) It is still the largest hotel made of wood in the world. ...