BEST WESTERN PLUS Suites Hotel Coronado Island
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... would be her entire childhood but in fact was a week.
We were welcomed home by Mamie & Pa, many pink balloons, gorgeous flowers from around the world, champagne & dinner that night to settle into family life. Since that day she has been nothing short of amazing to have in our lives, sleeping (although will put up a good fight at her mid morning nap), feeding & more recently has become so alert, smiley & engaging (our new time ...
... We learned an alarming lesson to us here. The restrooms for the cafe were pay toilets. They did provide a token for the locked doors. After a visit to the longest wooden pier on the west coast, also in Oceanside, we needed to make a bathroom break quickly. This is not anything new for us that Susan has to GO. But we did not know that gas stations do not have public toilets. We were sent to a Subway down the road, but their restroom was locked and ...
... him, after a few quick lessons.
Both Mac and Josie took turns with the kite, and we chatted with the Dad. Nice family – their children were close to the same ages as Mac and Josie. We thanked them and then made our way back to the room to drop the boogie boards and chairs.
Almost as soon as we got to the pool, it started to drizzle. The kids opted for the hot tub, but they weren’t the only ones. It was a large Jacuzzi, but with ...
... see of the California coast. Imagine! Off down highway 101, one beach prettier than the next, so many people (holiday weekend!) campgrounds right on the ocean (we were so jealous!), tons of bicyclists on the highway too, very busy. We passed the Torrey Pines State Reserve. Old twisty pines with hiking trails right on the coast. Looked a little too rigorous for us to hike so we kept on going. Made a stop at La Jolla. This town has the pricier stores and upscale restaurants, etc. We ...
... took the cable car across the zoo which gave me an idea of just how huge this attraction really is! I spent the rest of the day in Balboa Park- it's a beautiful area with its own Spanish arts village complete with decadent fountains and countless museums. My final day was spent taking a very touristy "trolley" ride to see the whole city for one last time; first stop little Italy a lovely ...