La Avenida Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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One of the first things Susan said this morning was that she was 4 years old again today.
Each day seems to start with clouds that clear later. It was 73. We had a very limited continental breakfast. Lots of calories! We head to Seaworld. We drove a bit around Coronado. We found the more resort upscale areas that we expected. We …
We left the hotel at 9:15, with cloudy skies, 73 degrees heading west for the ocean. There was very little traffic in Anaheim, but that changed in Huntington Beach. The streets are laid out in a grid pattern which is nice.
We pass mostly California style older homes that are small, low, with no gutters, that are not too attractive …
First order of business was to attend the retirement ceremony for Master Chief Kirby Horrell - a legend in the SEAL community....
Master Chief Special Warfare Operator (SEAL) Kirby D. Horrell, the last active duty SEAL to have served in combat operations during the Vietnam War, retired during a ceremony at Coronado, California, Aug 14, 2014. The ceremony celebrated a career spanning nearly 47 years for Horrell, ...
... So the three of us walked around the inside of the Del, looking at the rooms, checking out the stores. It was a happening place, with lots of folks all around dining, shopping, drinking. There was a wedding in the Coronet room, so we couldn’t explore that. Maybe tomorrow. We dropped Josie off with Mac. They were going to help themselves to dinner in the room while we had dinner at Sheerwater once more.
About the Del Coronado: it was built ...
... in captivity, meaning the trainers are no longer allowed in the water with the whales during the show. With this hot on our minds, we decided to go anyway and we ended up having a great time. There were walruses, buluga whales, otters, dolphins, turtles and sharks, and there were so many shows to see as well. Our favourite was the sea lion and otter show, even though it was incredibly cringe at points, the sea lions performance made up for it! Unlike the ...