Coronado Inn

266 Orange Avenue, Coronado, California, 92118, United States | Hotel
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San Diego

A travel blog entry by jphil8871


Lunch: Shades Oceanfront Bistro, 5083 Santa Monica Avenue #1f, San Diego, CA 92107
Laid back place, that serves surprisingly nice food at decent prices.

Dinner: Coronado Brewing Company, 170 Orange Avenue, Coronado
Large place, busy early, good for groups. Food was average but good, their beers are nice but pricey. The food is reasonably priced.

Day four

A travel blog entry by stevepartlow


... of electricity, yo can if you think hard imagine the horses tied up in front of some old saloon for a whiskey or two. Back to he hotel for a shower and a shave ready for dinner. Tonight we ate at San Diego Home cooked Cafe, I had Clam Chowder and meatloaf, Julie had Salad followed by Chicken and jacket potato. Both not finished due to the massive portions. Back to he hotel for a couple of vodkas and a baileys before going to bed. A long drive tomorrow as we head east to ...

First Day of Planning

A travel blog entry by smjulius


... cover everything. Other trips on my mind are to the cities of Orvieto (where a family friend lives), Torino, Rimini, Genoa, Mantua, Verona....

But there is only so much time. And, of course, I must see Venice, but that trip will be done first on a program trip and second with my family.

So this is likely my last attempt at research before I go. Soon the rush of organizing, packing, and goodbyes will begin. Next stop, PARMA!


Padres vs. Cubs game today

A travel blog entry by questwest2


... we were meeting up with a group of his colleagues for a pre-Padre game at a local pub. He and Tannis arrived at the apartment at about the same time. He made rice for the soup and we had soup before heading out to Bub's. He had put together an outing at the Padres game for 23 of his colleagues and we're going to do a meet and greet at Bub's pub. He has a friendly and polite group of friends. We made our way to the game for the 3:30 first pitch ...

Coronado Beach

A travel blog entry by ewingadventure


Post By Miranda Ewing

We arrived in California on Sunday, March 11th but were exhausted from our travels to the Grand Canyon so we decided to hang low for a day. By Tuesday the girls were ready to get out and see the beach, so I took my Mom's advice and we went to Coronado Island. Coronado is home to the iconic Hotel del Coronado, a National Historic Landmark. Hotel del Coronado has a rich and colorful heritage. It was frequented by Marilyn ...

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This hotel, located in the Coronado area of Coronado, is near Spreckels Park, Coronado Historical Museum, Museum of History and Art, and Ferry Landing Marketplace.
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsCoronado Inn

    Reviewed by jphil8871


    Reviewed Dec 11, 2011
    by (15 reviews) , Netherlands Flag of Netherlands

    The location is easy to reach by car, with sufficient parking at this time of year (december) but I expect parking may be an issue in summer. There are a few restaurants and bars closeby, but the main center of Coronado is further south (about 15 min walk). The staff was very friendly and helpful. The room is a good size with standard furniture and equipment. Nothing too fancy, but it works all well.

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    TripAdvisor Reviews Coronado Inn

    3.50 of 5 stars Very Good