Knights Inn San Ysidro
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Travel Blogs from San Ysidro
... than planned, we decided to relax this evening and get our laundry down. Going to watch some tv and chillax.
Tomorrow we are planning on visiting the San Diego Zoo at park opening and tour its many exhibits. Later in the afternoon we will move over to Seaworld. We have been to Seaworld in Orlando a few times, so we don't need a full day there and they are open until 10 p.m. We have to fit both in tomorrow as we are leaving for Anaheim on Saturday morning. ...
... debark. We picked up the pilot at 5:30 am and arrived in San Diego around 7:00. Zuiederdam & Star Princess were in before us. Guests were supposed to have a silent debark but for some reason it was not working well (1100 guests) so they had to do call off. Everyone was cleared and off by 9:00. P&I got off then when it was less busy, checked out the train schedule ...
... lunch. Our hostel was in the Gaslamp Quarter of the city, so the buildings were all beautiful and old and there were restaurants, bars and boutique shops nearby too. All of Laura's research had paid off yet again, and we were really happy with the hostel and where we were located. We spotted an Old Spaghetti Factory a couple of blocks away and decided to go there to eat, as we'd been with the trek group in Vancouver and really enjoyed it - plus you get unlimited fresh ...
... the way along the shore past the convention centre, then over a bridge, then looped around an island. We joked, laughed, and ate Saltines, happy in the knowledge that no matter what happened, we were getting in today.
Soon enough (well, at around 9AM) we started moving into the Ballroom, and good lord it was huge. We definitely weren’t prepared for anything like that. We frantically scrambled for a few good seats (near the front of course) after ...
Drive to San Diego from Phoenix was more desert like and arid...Multiple cactus and blooming flowers were still present.. The back drop of the darker rock formations gave a feeling of being more inhospitable as compared to the Sedona and Phenoix landscape...The big standout along Interstate 8 was the presence of the ...
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed