Howard Johnson Express Inn National City/San Diego South
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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San Diego Harbour. Going to walk around the old town of San Diego. The weather is nice and warm beautiful calm day. Saw the very large ship the Midway aircraft carrier in the harbour. Also the famous kissing statue. (See picture). San Diego is very nice and hot. Heading back out to sea. Going to Cabo Saint Lucas. One full day at ...
... and Peru. We then went to the Anthropology section where there was material from daily living of the Cheyenne, Eskimo, Hopi, and many other historic Native American cultures. We ran out of time to see the Art section. We were very impressed with this museum. The quality of the exhibits, the breadth and scope of the displays and the clarity of the descriptions were of the highest quality. Our only critters for the day were the stuffed ones on display. One neat display ...
... even chip in! We can all chip in! I will love you all forever!! Anyway, we jumped in the MUSTANG and drove to our hotel, went for a swim (Lyss and I were jumping out of our skin wanting to drive in it again!) but sadly the MUSTANG was at rest for the day :( We went for dinner (which was pretty good) and then wandered back to our hotel, jumped into bed and are now watching telly!! You know what that means?? Later Gators!! LJ ...
... Small, no roads, no cars, no motorbikes. Only can get around by walking, or by boat. Basic places to stay, cheap! Okay beaches. Not a lot to do. But did I mention super cheap! People stay here a while. Best place to stay - Sawadee- Basic, but built nice! *6. Ko Phayam- near Ranong and Burma as well. Great island! No cars, just motorbikes. Pretty beaches, not too many visitors, still quiet! Great local feel to it. Very pretty, very clean. Great bar there called the Hippie Bar, ...
... s now the downtown area and we hung around to see the original buildings and restaurants.
There's a touristy area that was once the Old Town and it's been rebuilt to look like the original Mexican-Spanish settlement that marked the birth of California. It was a little too touristy for our tastes, but it was interesting to see, architecturally and culturally nonetheless.