La Quinta Inn & Suites San Diego Mission Bay
Travel Blogs from San Diego
... I was scheduled to work from 10pm-1am in the teen center tonight, so I had a few hours off before I was needed back at work. I went to the Princess Theatre--which was absolutely PACKED--to watch a famous comedian, Doug Funk, do an improv and comedy show. It was hilarious! Kinda reminded me of the tv show called Whose Line is it Anyway. Half the time, I was keeled over a railing laughing my butt off.
It was Casino Night in the teen center, but we only ...
... took the cable car across the zoo which gave me an idea of just how huge this attraction really is! I spent the rest of the day in Balboa Park- it's a beautiful area with its own Spanish arts village complete with decadent fountains and countless museums. My final day was spent taking a very touristy "trolley" ride to see the whole city for one last time; first stop little Italy a lovely ...
... luggage at the airport and so was the beginning of the reunion! The kids were straight at home with a warm welcome from Lisi, Cami, James, Rosie and Amr. The kids had dinner and we all headed over to Papa's house for take away Thai and a tour of the newly completed renovations. Great to catch up and a quiet red to finish off the night. The Farrells are truly wonderful hosts and thanks Rosie for preparing beds and feasts for ...
... bus in Gaslamp Quarter which is brimming with buzzing bars and restaurants mainly serving brunch as its Sunday (apparently). We look longingly at some beautiful places especially those with some tempting glasses of champagne to accompany the meal. Mental note to treat ourselves to an adults only champagne brunch when we get home. The city is busy busy as there has been a marathon and half marathon this morning.
We stop at Starbucks (how very cultured!) for drinks and ...
... LA is not an easy tourist town, but neither is it a town without culture, actually quiet the opposite - there are 841 museums, unless Wikipedia is kidding, and 21 theatrical openings every week. You need lots of dedicated time to discover it. Although if you live there you are doomed to spend your time driving its sprawl on the busiest, widest roads we have ever seen. The city has under 4 million inhabitants but apparently they are all on the road 24 hours a ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services