Howard Johnson Express Inn National City/San Diego South
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... arent spectacular, , town is pretty dirty and run down. Spend the night if you need to stock up on some supplies and if you missed the ferry. That's about it. Best place to stay- Cha Cha Lay - basic but cute! 14. Railey Beach- great if your a rock climber! Beautiful limestone cliffs surround this area. Only accessible by boat, easy to get to though, plenty of boats daily. Only 15 minutes from krabi. Basic places, okay beaches. Very hippy! If you like to "smoke" you will ...
... the way we stopped into the beautiful town of Santa Barbara. Our first stop was the mission. Of the 21 missions in California it was the only one built with two bell towers. It was a beautiful and much more ornate than San Luis. However they charge for tours of the church and grounds so we decided to just view the inside of the church and visit their gift ...
... to catch a tour bus. Imagine my surprise when the wee man from the Queen Mary was there with another man and two ladies! What is even more surprising is that I recognise them from a restaurant in Santa Barbara, because I am sure the ladies are sisters they look very alike. We were busy buying tickets and they took seats in the back of the bus which was busy so I did not get an opportunity to speak to them. They got off ...
... we anticipated! Some rapids and a log flume again which were both pretty good fun! The highlights of the day were the whale and dolphin shows. Killer whales on show performing to the crowd, breaching, flipping and soaking the audience on purpose was amazing to see! And the same with the dolphins, dancing, flipping and putting on a great show! It's crazy how humans can train and interact with these animals in the way they do and for the animals ...
... He said to let him know if we were ever back in San Diego. Our kayaking adventure was so much fun! Kayla, Jacob, Brenton, Jess, Dusty, Brooke, Bree, Steph and I all went out with a group at La Jolla Cove. We planned on goin out by ourselves but there was a bit of a swell out there so they put us in with a tour group for no extra charge. $25 each for the kayak hire was all. They told us a lot about the geographics of the La Jolla cliffs, the history of ...