Holiday Inn Express San Diego South - Chula Vista
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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We left the hotel this morning at more of a reasonable time. We went to the tourist centre to obtain maps etc and booked a motel from there for 3 nights at Chula Vista which is just outside San Diego. We have arrived after a crazy time trying to find it! There seems quite a lot to do here, we can take the local shuttle bus into the old town of San Diego and we have also been told about a train ride we can take which goes all along the coast, ...
... each which was a good deal. We watched a movie in the theater after supper, The Tailor of Panama with Pierce Brosnan, Geoffrey Rush and Jamie Lee Curtis, it was OK but it was not a movie for everyone.
The ship had setup a Panama Promenade Party on deck 8 starting at 9pm with more food and music, lots of fun. At 11pm in the showroom the Indonesian Crew put on a show showcasing their culture of music and dance, it was great.
November 13th Thursday
Slept in this ...
... 51(54.23 Australian Dollars) for a Day Pass Plus. On the website it mentioned the differences and basically for an extra $5 you could see a 4D movie. Sure why not see a movie! I decided the Day Pass Plus would be my best buy.
I caught a cab to the Zoo which cost me around $24(26 Australian Dollar) because of the heavy LA traffic. When I arrived at the zoo I was quite impressed with the decorations and layout of ...
... They looked like the Blue Angels --- and later I figured out that was because it was the Blue Angels. (Chris would like me to note that the Blue Angels are like the British 'Red Arrows')
I had done my typical online search and had pointed us towards the well reviewed Camacho's Place, a Mexican place for lunch. As the GPS kept turning us this way and that, Chris was becoming more and more worried that it was just taking us to a ...
... that's one of those thoughts that seem to come from my knowledge but I can't pinpoint the basis of that knowledge.
North of Pearsonville -- right-hand side lava lies in the valley and very little crosses to the other side of us. Volcanic activity? When? From what? Our minds wander and formulate hypotheses. Now, a little ridge on the left and now a cinder cone ahead-- both confirm ...