Hyatt Place San Diego/Vista-Carlsbad
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Hi! So second day in and it's fun. We arrived late last night into bay of LA and after some sketchy driving through sand we found our spot for the night. Upon waking in the morning we realised we had hit the jackpot, we woke to beautiful water and mountains and islands everywhere, awesome feeling. We all got straight to work, kev grabbed a spear fish and wondered off,returning 5 mins later with a giant squid. ...
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Be constant in your guidelines for behavior. If he is not permitted on the furniture, making an exception will only confuse the dog. The training will fail if he is confused. Often being on ...
... sea lanes of metallic mines, Air cushioned landing craft, USS Bob Hope which is a huge storage ship that has everything imaginable, Littoral Combat Ships and many other smaller types of ships. It is believed that some 40,000 service personal are required to man them. All these ships are available for immediate service and the days of mothballed ships in San Diego have well passed.
In addition to that we saw the USS Midway (an old Aircraft Carrier set ...
... fish dinner at The Green Flash, sitting outside overlooking the Pacific Ocean watching the walkers and runners go by and some wannabe surfers try their luck. Halibut is nice and the special Tartare sauce was very tasty on the fries.
Tomorrow we will visit Balboa Park before heading off to Lake Elsinore where I am booked in for a 1pm tour of the Lake Elsinor Storm baseball stadium with their GM following which we hit ...
... arriving in Vista around five. We had already made plans to take Hugo and Charlotte out to dinner that night as a small token of thanks for all the courtesy and generosity they had shown us. The food was excellent - Monica and I had sea bass while Charlotte and Hugo shared a lobster - however the noise level was a little too much at the beginning. Once a few tables started to leave than the place settled down and we could converse without having to scream ...