Howard Johnson Inn - San Diego
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... you could steer it in and out, while people watching could press a buttons to make water explode upwards and you get wet. I really enjoyed this one too, was fun coming in close to the platform and then spin the wheel out and you felt like it went really fast. I got a little wet but nothing like the other ride. So had a good day, wasn't to hot at all, but think I might of gotten a little colour but its ok I out on sun cream twice today. Tomorrows plan is to sight see San ...
... in 1992, she is now a museum ship in San Diego. We explored different exhibits on the ship (including the crew's sleeping quarters, officer's quarters, pilots' ready rooms, primary flight control and the bridge), along with an impressive collection of restored aircraft. The self-guided audio tour really brought the carrier's history to life. The kids also wanted to try their hands at the flight simulators, which took us on a pulse-pounding aerial combat ...
... Then into the city we went, after showering of course. First stop was Balboa Park, one of the great parks in the U.S. We brought a picnic lunch, then walked around.
We didn't go into any museums or the zoo this time, it was so pleasant just walking around. The SR-71 is in front of the Air and Space ...
... As promised, by early afternoon, the seas began to calm and life returned to normal. However, our progress to Mexico was behind schedule. All tours were cancelled because we would not arrive until 9 pm or later.
When we docked in Ensenada, the shops on the dock were open, but we stayed on board. We were there for about two hours and then sailed to San Diego.
... a few other people. We got ourselves settled and locked our stuff in our room then decided to do a test run to the Mexican border to get familar with the crossing before heading down to Baja in 4 days. It was only 4 klms from our lodgings but the freeway was manic, we were in the middle lane when we saw the last US exit and no one would let us change lanes to exit. Before we knew it we were at the ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking