Courtyard San Diego Central
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... made to revive its fortune and protect the historic buildings of the area, so now it has become the trendy place to dine , shop and dance.. from old bakeries to victorian hotels the place was buzzing with people having fun..
a walk through the adjoining mall was amazing .. the buildings were so brightly coloured , so clean and architecturally very interesting..
we had no real plans for the afternoon but by chance found ourselves on a trolley ...
Left San Diego on time at 8:05 pm. Fell asleep immediately on the pane but was awoken by the flight attendants serving dinner. Fell back to sleep and awoke over Northern Ireland for breakfast. Dinner was very good but breakfast, not so much.
The person next to me was a young Swiss women on her way back ...
... The Horse exibit was very good, and it had a lot of information about horses. It had stuff about humans changing horses, and horses changing our way of life. It talked about horses in war, and different breeds of horses. Basically, it was everything that you could want to know about horses. Water was about how water affects our lives, and how we need to conserve it, because only 1% of all the water in the world is accsesible to us and is ...
... and I felt very privileged to be a part of it all and to be able to gather so much information - how much will I remember? We had buses on hand to take us to and from the convention centre, where the conference was held, at all times of the day.
Travel around San Diego is very easy with lots of options - trolley train ran often and went almost everywhere we needed and it was only $5 per day to ...
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During the afternoon, Myriem drove us around and showed us La Jolla Village and the Cove where there were several rock formations and hidden beaches with sea lions. We walked the strip of shops and restaurants and then drove up to Torrey Pines Golf Course – where Myriem & Brett were married a year ago and where Bret (w/ one ‘t’) wished he had golf clubs and the funds to play ...
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility