Beach Village at The Del
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Travel Blogs from Coronado
... Pie - The Reunion' on the way (is pretty funny), and checked into Hostelling International upon arrival, really friendly and clean place, i feel we're pretty spoiled for our first hostel experience but we can judge this later.
Walked upto Balboa park (about 3 miles) then got the no#7 bus back, had tea in the Gaslamp Quarter at a bar called Barley Mash and watched some NFL and Baseball. A pint of Guiness was $9 so drinks were very ...
... the condo yet, but it did finally get set up later in the day) Starbucks is about a mile or so, but it was worth every step :-) i sat there, pilfered the wi-fi and enjoyed people watching. There was an older man who had his puppy (I think it was a sheepdog or something), and appeared to be looking down the tops of the women who bent down to pet the dog. Then there was the loud group of women who apparently wanted to be sure everyone noticed they were there. They ...
... and we headed off on our first road trip, south to San Diego. It's only a short 1.5hrs drive.........so not exactly a long road trip, but long enough with kids that don't want to be in the car!!
It was wet, grey and miserable!! A really ****** day to be doing anything really, even driving. But we made it safely to our new home for the next 6 days - Loews Coronado Bay Resort.
The resort ...
... for obvious reasons, so coming across two at the same time is a very special day! We got "upgraded" to the 4-bed dorm room for the price of the 8-bed but later we discovered THAT was the room they were busy DIY-ing.
So we got settled, explored the USS Midway museum at the pier, returned, had a shower and explored the so-called hostel. The only other soul we came across (twice!) was a middle-aged lady. Twice she bummed a cigarette and twice I told her I ...
... and returned the car (luckily this happens often enough that it warrants signs directing you to car rental return.)
Vegas is very, very overwhelming. Probably more so than New York, but in a different way. There are people all over the streets trying to shove cards advertising hookers into your hand, other people advertising free limos and entry to strip clubs (wheres the catch is what we wanted to know) and some people even offering cocaine with the deal! ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet