La Quinta Inn & Suites San Diego Mission Bay
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- Continental Breakfast
- Outdoor pool
- Multilingual staff
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Swimming pool
- Non-smoking rooms
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Darren apparently woke up not long after 1am this morning and couldn't sleep until 7 or so. I guess the time difference has finally caught up with us, after having our first two nights way out of whack!
So by the time we finally recovered and woke up it was 11am. Until I looked at the clock again and realised it was actually 1pm! Oops..
So we very slowly got ourselves awake and ready. We tried making one of the coffees provided in the room but it was a gross filter coffee ...
... that for once the Gods answered my prayers, for after half an hour on the train, it came to a sudden halt. News followed over the radio, and it became apparent that a group of unruly youths had destroyed a window on the train. I am but a humble traveller and don't understand the complicated workings of the train, but this broken window was such a travesty that we were forced to return to LA in order to get it replaced. 'Why not get it replaced, at the next stop, which was ...
First day, in one of my favourite cities in the world :) and we have 3 of them! One thing you must do when in San Diego is go to the zoo!!!! Has to be the best zoo in the world.... at least I think so. After having a little bit of a sleep in, Jim and I meet downstairs and grab a coffee.
It's pretty easy to get to the zoo, and I know my way around this city pretty well.... still I make Jim drive! Haha!!!! Just kidding ... ...
... one in the famous biblical story. Growing up on the East Coast my entire life, seeing a coast that wasn't flat and devoid of color was amazing to me! All this beauty quietly kept for the Southern Californians who are lucky enough to be born in such a sacred spot. I eventually found my way to the train tracks and bridge that were found in the picture. As I stared for what seemed like hours at the whole scene, I thought to myself, wow! I finally made it, this ...
... the area, and then they have another shuttle bus which you can hop on and off all day. And, even a gondola that goes over the top of the zoo from one side to the other. There is quite a bit of ground to cover and it is hilly, so you really do need the bus system.
The next day, we headed over to Veronica's house to see her and her children and three other cousins of Nick - Elly, Karen and Terry. The children ...