La Quinta Inn & Suites San Diego Mission Bay
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- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Hot tub
- Outdoor pool
- Multilingual staff
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... We leave the restaurant and begin to wander. San Diego has a very vital and active downtown. Little Italy, Gaslamp district, old town, lots to see and lots to do. We wander the Gaslamp district, checking out the stores and the restaurants. We wind up walking right into the stadium where the Padres play! It's open and you can walk right through. You can't go down on the field, but you can get pretty close!
From the ball ...
... sun, we walked through some of the grounds and lobby and decided that we will definitely go back and stay there. Coronado Island, like La Jolla, is a bit more affluent with a beautiful downtown area and more upscale shops. There is also a large military training facility at the other end of the beach. (Stig, is this where SEALS train?)
After leaving Coronado, we drove to Point Loma, which is a peninsula on the west end of the harbor. We ...
... but finally found it. Cory, Ryane and Lia; another Whale and Dolphin Conservation friend who works at Scripps, met up with us.
We watched the sun go down and walked the harbor. Sadie sniff- friended some dogs. We caught a beer and headed for sushi. Fun.
Damn you Tom Brady. but thanks to the Chargers that beat KC. The Donkeys are 9 and ...
... Day so Greg attended the short service in the showroom. Then we left the ship and began our guided tour of the town. The town is quite small (population 65,000) but it has an incredible boardwalk along its waterfront. It also has a Costco and a Super WalMart. The tour continued with a boat trip out to Land’s End. This is the very tip of the Baja California peninsula. So we were in the Sea of Cortez on one side and the Pacific Ocean on the other side. On our town tour there ...
... day by going onto the Manta Ray Rollercoaster Ride where your feet don't touch the floor and just dangle. It was incredibly fast but great fun(we also said that Grandad Derek should come along with us next time).
As we walked back to the Car they had a huge firework display which was hilariously causing all of the car alarms in the car park to go off but luckily our car was ok.
We then drove home, with Kyle ...