Hawaiian Gardens

Address: 1031 Imperial Beach Blvd., Imperial Beach, California, 91932, United States | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located on 1031 Imperial Beach Blvd., Imperial Beach, is near Silver Strand State Beach, Cabo Real Golf Course, Chula Vista Nature Center, and San Diego Factory Outlet Center.
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Travel Blogs from Imperial Beach

May 15th - Muesums and San Diego Zoo

A travel blog entry by mazk on May 15, 2015

14 photos

... little as we travelled. It's really big! So it's
a good thing they have buses running between points in the park as
you'd be exhausted waking, especially with small children. Then we
wandered a bit and Josh saw the Red Panda, his favourite animal. A
lot of the animals had taken shelter during the rain and hadn't really
come out again so we didn't see a lot. We talked about going back and
finishing the rest of the zoo off but to be honest, we probably
won't. A lot ...

The famous San Diego Zoo

A travel blog entry by jeff.mann on Feb 28, 2015

12 photos

... Zoo in Sydney and the Perth Zoo in Western Australia. The exceptions are the Panda Bears and the Polar Bears, both of which have a zookeeper on hand to answer questions and the obligatory green screen photo set-up. We also recommend touring "The Midway". This decommissioned aircraft carrier has been left fully intact (including Desert Storm tactical maps) and ...

San Diego

A travel blog entry by gmgw2014 on Sep 19, 2014

7 photos

... too. Small world indeed. We thoroughly enjoyed the tour which took us to the 'Old Town' where San Diego started. It is now full of restaurants and Mexican gift shops,an area where several of the old houses have been re-sited as well as the first Jewish Synagogue in San Diego. The Gaslamp quarter with buildings from the early 1900s, to an area called Balboa which was built for an Expo in 1965 and has buildings with about ...

This is it...

A travel blog entry by alicoad on Jul 21, 2014

1 comment, 24 photos

... hands with everyone else as they showed up and were ready. We got in a circle, arms around each other. Sam yelled, counting to three and then we all yelled BIKE & BUILD. And then we darted into the ocean, everyone hopping and falling and leaning and dunking. That's when the hugs and tears started. Hugging and crying everywhere. The sense of joy and pride and love and accomplishment was just, it was too much to process. Everything was overwhelming. We got in a group and then ...

Of Beaches, Warships, Safaris and Shopping Malls

A travel blog entry by bowiefamily on Jan 04, 2014

17 photos

... was first established as a breeding centre, but they are now open to the general public, partly because they felt that sharing awareness regarding conservational issues was necessary. After the tram ride, we wandered through the bat enclosure. They were very cute and fuzzy and made some great photos! And of course, we had to visit the petting zoo, where we got to brush and play with some adorable goats.

I felt that another ...