Days Inn Mission Valley
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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... and petrol. The landscape now becomes more rugged and even more desert like without any vegetation and stretches for miles. As we have been travelling we notice a large billboard advertising a 1950`s style diner called Peggy Sue`s. The first sign says 90 minutes away, then the next one 45 minutes and so it continues until just outside the town of Calico we see a large truck stop and Peggy Sue`s. We stop for drinks and hopefully a snack. Inside the ...
... time a tiger and three polar bears in their lifes. Amazing zoo embedded in a beautiful landscape with a cable car that made it fun and quicker to get from one to the other end. As the sun is out finally, we enjoy the rest of the day in the pool. Day 5: Seaworld was so far the best experience for the girls. Fantastic shows with Dolphins, Killer Whales, Circe de la Mer, Sea Lions and Otters. In addition some scary roller coaster, which they enjoyed more then myself ...
... coaching clinic afterwards. The Back Bay coaches and players seemed most appreciative. Hopefully, we'll get some feedback on how their season goes.
Before we left there was some trading of gear and it was pleasing to note how tightly the boys held onto their playing jerseys...only their shorts were up for offer.
The boys returned to San Diego buzzing with the knowledge that they completed the tour ...
... and watched the beach scene in front of us. The hotel was playing some great music on the deck sound system and we enjoyed sitting at our table under the umbrella. The hotel was built in 1888, has an upscale but low-key atmosphere, and the setting on the beach is spectacular. What a great way to spend the afternoon, we didn’t want to leave!
On the 11th we went to Torrey Pines State Natural Reserve. It is a day-use-only park with numerous hiking ...
... and Pedro Miguel. It is just amazing to see large ships being lifted and lowered through these locks that built over 100 years ago and are still working as efficiently as they did when first built. We could also see the new locks that are being built to accomodate the Post Panamax ships that are so big now, the new locks are said to be ready by late 2015 but they are so far behind and over budget that it will probably be a few years longer. The ships that pass through pay large ...