Extended Stay America - San Diego - Mission Valley - Stadium
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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This is our last day on this trip. We are going to Yosemite National Park on our way back to LA. It is going to be a lot of sitting in the coach, but we will be able to catch up on our sleep. It was the earliest leaving time this morning at 0445. We are being dropped off at LA airport around 7pm so we will collect a car we have booked to make our way south of the airport. It will be getting dark so probably will not travel that far ...
... of the other highlights was a whale watching excursion and actually seeing blue whales feeding. They are magnificent creatures and I will always remember seeing those HUGE (up to 100 ft and 4000 lbs!) animals breaking the surface and blowing a spray of water high in the air as they take a breath.
Two of my favorite experiences were purely vicarious in nature but so much fun. The first was watching the surfers from OB pier.Though obviously a very ...
... The big Hanger Deck
The Green Flash Brewing Company "Imperial" IPA. Today we are at Bryce Canyon National Park in Utah - so bit disappointed to drink another California beer.....but we are in Mormon country. Anyway, the Imperial was in the fridge. Described as a unique blend of Summit and Nugget hops I was a bit disturbed by the the 9.4% alcohol badge, I still have to cook dinner and there is no ...
... for the first time. They are beautiful and white all over. There is an enormous Walrus. Rich sees a Polar bear but he's hiding when Emma visits him.
We take Dylan to Sesame Street Bay of Play where he loves a huge bouncy thing, just like a bouncy castle bottom built into the floor. He leaps around crashing and rolling and killing himself laughing. We marvel at how much he's grown since we've been away and how much older he seems. When his turn is up he asks of he can join ...