Big 7 Motel
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Next daywe decided to explire a bit of Loma peninnsula that was near to our hotel. We saw the suburb ovean beach with nice pier and lovely beach. We were finishing leftovers feom yesterdays dinner for lunch on a beach. Then we went by foot to see the cliffs called Sunset bluffs. On these ...
... and Pedro Miguel. It is just amazing to see large ships being lifted and lowered through these locks that built over 100 years ago and are still working as efficiently as they did when first built. We could also see the new locks that are being built to accomodate the Post Panamax ships that are so big now, the new locks are said to be ready by late 2015 but they are so far behind and over budget that it will probably be a few years longer. The ships that pass through pay large ...
... have a good swim, albeit it's a bit busy. Dinner tonight is in the hotel, they have a Chinese Heron that wanders in each night, he is not that large but sits in the fountain and just takes in the evening. Back to the room for an early night, but the air-con jet engine has been left on tonight so we shall see what the sleep levels are like tonight......... Last days drive to get back to the coast at San Diego, it takes us 2 hours 30 minutes to cover 121 ...
... our second and third attempts just landed us further and further back from where we began.
This led me to come up the strategy of taking the first available seat as close as possible and one person saving those seats while the other continues forward to try to get closer seats. This strategy was more successful and we were able to get close, a little past the middle of the room, for the ...
... lake continues to become more and more salty over the years decreasing the species of fish that can survive there. The place definitely had quite a distinct smell, not really one I would want to boat around on.
We did a short trail walk to the sea from the Sonny Bono Salton Sea Wildlife refuge smelling the sulfuric air, nearly touching the electric fence and also managed to scare away hundreds of birds from the pond (don't ...