Holiday Inn San Diego North Miramar
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Swimming pool
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... to walk around Coronado just about until our free parking ran out at which point we got back in the mother ship and went to grab some lunch at El Indio back on the mainland. I’m not sure why this happens but I often find myself worried that my meal won’t be enough food so I order an appetizer so that when I finish my meal I will be fully satiated. Yes I understand this is a very common practice, however, repeatedly on this trip I seem to order an appetizer or in ...
... be future cars for us and it was cool to be able to check them out in this environment. They also had classic cars, exotics, restorations, all matters of automotive rolling stock.
One of the coolest things we experienced was a company that had adaptive lifts and customized vehicles for people with physical impairments. We're WAY beyond hand controls here. They had a Z71 Chevy Pickup with a driver chair lift built into it. ...
... getting my hair done, back to blonde for me! Dan even got a beer while he waited! With my new hair and our last night we thought we would treat ourselves to a massive feast at a Mexican joint called Pokez, recommended to us by the lovely lady at our hostel. Boy did we have a feast, we ordered so much food and it was almost impossible to eat it all but somehow we managed! The chimichanga and the salsa were especially delicious! Will definitely be giving them a good rating.
Today was a beach day. We headed back into the city to explore Coronado Island, which sits in the San Diego Harbor. To get to the island you need to cross over a beautiful, long bridge that rises high over the harbor and gives the passengers an amazing view of the city. We were fortunate to find on street parking and the beach was relatively empty (at least compared to New England standards). So we threw some towels and bathing suits into a bag and headed ...
... TX accept you replace the oil rigs with dust devils. The one cool scenery I had was when I hit the sand dunes about 100 miles from SD on either side of me were 50 foot plus high sand dunes - I felt as if I was riding through the Sahara! Not sure but I think it was the Anza-Borrego desert. The cross winds were pretty fierce as well and a couple of times I had to fight to keep my lane. Reminded me of riding across South Dakota in route to Sturgis. I didn't ...