Hotel Indigo San Diego Gaslamp Quarter
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Nice & neat hotel. I will stay again next time.
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... our windows down and turn the A/C off, while Iris immediately started yelling "Mommy, windy! Don't like it!" at the top of her lungs. As fun as it was, I decided to try to get it fixed. I found a Ford dealer about 30 minutes from our campground, so I called them and they said to bring it on by. I couldn't get it there until Friday around noon, and the guy said that since his diesel mechanic wasn't in on Saturdays that there was nothing they could do. He ...
This morning we decided to catch the Public Train down to the Boarder to have a look at Mexico. Sarah was feeling pretty un easy and when we got into Mexico she was pretty over whelmed. We just walked across the boarder easy enough no passports needed. They didn't even check us at all. Tijuana was rather dirty and lots of undesirable people all around and not many tourists. We got pointed to the main area and just walked over the main bridge in and out of Mexico, there ...
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With Mercina feeling a bit better we drove to Old Town for dinner. The main cuisine here is Mexican so we decided to try it. Mike and I had tacos while Poppy had quesadillas and Mercina had a San Diego salad. The meal was lovely and so filling that there was no room for dessert! We walked around Old Town after dinner. It has been beautifully restored and the ...
As soon as we were off the train in LA we were back on another one to take us to San Diego. Luckily this train had wifi and some epic views along the coast of California. The place that we stayed was also amazing. A huge 8 bedroom house overlooking the city with a big garden/patio and hot tub. The guy there was pretty cool and gave us some good advice about getting around. It was only about 11 in ...
... we learnt that: - people of San Diego are the masters of relocating buildings. We found that 'the oldest building in the city' had actually been moved multiple times, as areas became more trendy, safe, or re-vamped. - San Diego city completed Petco Stadium in 2004, a 44,000 seat baseball stadium- however they forgot the parking which then had to be added on over the next 3 years. - One of Americas finest beaches, Coronado was actually created by accident after the ...