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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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... all knowing and other times the names I could call him are much less kind! I have not tried to use a map here because it just does not compute! The THING did get us back to Coronado. We drove around since the traffic was light. We found a good spot to photograph the skyline on San Diego. We went down to the Navy Base area and around by the beach and harbor. Back at the ranch we went across the street for some good Italian food. I just wish the world was not so in ...
... spent some time playing catch on the beach; Josie was just enthralled with the tides and the seagulls. We saw a great pelican among the seagulls, dipping gracefully into the water for dinner.
What a contrast to the heat in Vegas. When we arrived, it was around 73 degrees, low humidity. So refreshing.
We watched the sunset, then made our way back to the room for the evening.
Tomorrow: Beach time at the ...
We were up early again this morning to snow and ready to make our way down to San Diego. Pete navigated the icy roads out of Squaw Valley and on a 4 hour road trip to San Francisco. Fairly good trip and made good time for our flight down to San Diego to stay with the Michael Farrells. The kids were getting very excited about seeing their cousins again. All smooth and on time flight to San Diego. Lisi kindly met us and all ...
... up about her driving skills hahaha! We spent quite a few hours on our little beach, playing with the bat and ball set we'd picked up from Ocean Beach, paddling in the sea which wasn't wavy as we were in a little harbour and watching the boats go passed! Lauren and I decided we wanted to try and get better sunset pictures at La Jolla but we'd worn Shirley out so we dropped her back at the hotel and then set off to catch the ...
... a rollercoaster ride that is sure to get you wet (although not as wet as the "Shipwreck Rapids" which we managed to by-pass). The funniest thing about these rides was the adjacent drying booths where, for $5.00, you could stand inside and get blasted by warm air to dry off your clothes. Dylan had a second go on Atlantis with Dean & Erin and ended up the wettest of all of us.
That was pretty much the end of ...