Holiday Inn Express San Diego Sea World - Beach Area
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... 00 refills - true excitement!) and TOUCHED mantras (or as the kids called them, Samantras).
The whole time we were doing that I was thinking about Rehovot and the sirens going off there and all around Israel. All my friends and family who are running for cover in the shelters. Hoping Prince wasn't going crazy from the sound of the sirens (turns out he seems to be enjoying going into the stairwell with all the people and getting lots of ...
After being on the road most days since arriving in Vancouver BC May 11, it's rather nice not to have to unpack, and repack our bags for a few days. as we're now with Ben and Jamie's place, or should I say her mother's house.
This lovely 3 storey house overlooks the Pacific, so we get lovely sea breezes and fabulous views.
Lovely also to see a few of ...
... I answered some of his questions about life, and listened to him tell me where he wants to live when he grows up (currently Las Vegas).
We didn't really get out into San Diego much. We figured we'd see the coast as we traveled north, so we focused on enjoying the park and spending time with Molly's friends. On our first night, we met up with them at her friend's Hawaiian restaurant (Chris' Ono Grinds). It was awesome, good live music and great food. ...
... Then took the Old Town Trolley tour on a loop starting from Balboa Park. Was fun! Some of my favourite bits were little Italy, old town, the waterfront (big military ships and museum), Gas Lamp district, and the AMAZING Coronado. Next time, each of those places is getting some proper time and attention. Sadly heading back to LA today (on Pacific Surfliner again so not all bad), but San Diego is on my list to come back ...
... Rita was very knowledgeable and I had no idea most of California, Arizona, Texas and New Mexico used to be all part of Mexico before the American's decided that they wanted it many years ago and before that, originally the Spanish were the ones who came over in missions to make settlements.
After this historical afternoon I headed out with the hostel for the Taco Tuesdays in an exceptionally large group. The tacos, as you may have thought for a dollar, ...