Comfort Inn Chula Vista San Diego South
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... costly place to live. Great views back across to Sam Diego's CBD also. A huge military presence also. We then headed out of main town San Diego and across to the Ocean Beache which looks accross to Mission beach. All very nice with the white sand and blue water - I think we are a tad 'beachist' with the beaches we are accustomed to in Aus. All very nice though and the dog beach was a great sight! So were back on the freeways and ...
... the night we found out where they were from.....EL CENTRO!!! No way!! Yes, they were from the random place where we ate at the middle of nowhere restaurant just a few days ago. They said that everyone from there knows about Camacho's and the trials and tribulations it has gone through over the years (most recently they had been forced by the city to install a ...
... we were going to get out of here without having a heart attack!!! It took us a while to get through it but it was a really nice meal. Would love to do it again. We were not fit for much after that however so despite the call of '***** Last Resort' we decided to hail a cab and call it a night, conscious of the fact that yes, the alarm had to be set again for an early start to get back to LA for our flight to Hawaii. Dropping off the hire car on the ...
... top of the stairs there are windows that I have never noticed before. I can see the enormous Morton Fig tree out on the grass. There are always people marveling at the size and beauty of this tree. Today I spot a young man asleep on his dads' chest. To me it is the picture of bliss; perfect contentment.
The Ordover Gallery is featuring 56 plates by Raul Gondalez; ...
... the world, the first ship that was too large for the Panama Canal. It had a crew of 4500 men and its fuel economy was 20 feet/gallon. Now it sits at the dock and is manned by volunteers (some of whom actually served on the ship) who explain about the processes on board. It was a very interesting outing even though much of the flight deck was taken up by a temporary basketball court and spectator seating.
We spent Tuesday at the San Diego Zoo, home to over 4,000 animals, and ...