Palacio Azteca Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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Got up and packed and loaded everything into the car as the hotel wouldn't store out ****. Got to the car park bang in 10am. Parked up, followed some signs, and in a few minutes we were in Mexico. Some dudes with very big rifles. Walked over to downtown, avoiding the beggars and possible pick pockets, and wandered around for about an hour, had breakfast, about $6 each, and then decided to stop into a couple more shops ...
... suburbs with what looks like a good lifestyle. It is a partially Martime city with a huge Navy presence, but then so does Sydney. It's on a larger scale in San Diego with two giant Aircraft carriers in port and is the home of the Navy seals, where most training takes place.
It also has the worlds oldest tall ship still in operation moored there called Star of India. I had to get off the trolley at that stop to have a wander around the decks. It's a 3 masted ...
July 15th – After a late breakfast at the Broken Yolk. Went across the street where we got Austin's glasses fixed and a haircut. Early afternoon, we caravaned with rest of family to the USS Midway for an interesting tour of the ship. We actually met a couple of guys that had served on the ship. Nephew Garret & family arrived later in the afternoon and we took everyone to a Teppanyaki dinner at ...
We went to Tijuana for the day, what a bloody disaster.
We hired a car, a little Kia Soul and drove down to the border, it took about 2 hours to get there.
On the way we stopped at a rest stop where the kids were able to feed some squirrels, that was excellent.
We arrived at the border around 11am, walked accross the border and entered Mexico without any hassles.
However the state of Tijuana is very different to what i remember 20 years ago, it it like a ghost town, ...
... d słońca, soczysta zieleń i wysokie pasma górskie. Aby dotrzeć do San Diego, musieliśmy przedostać się na drugą stronę gór. Nagle znaleźliśmy się na wysokości 4000 stóp, w świecie spowitym gęstą mgłą. Nad nami znów wisiały ciężkie chmury, a na poboczu zalegał podstarzały śnieg. Niemal przez całą przeprawę przez ...