La Avenida Inn
Travel Blogs from Coronado
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 …
... him, after a few quick lessons.
Both Mac and Josie took turns with the kite, and we chatted with the Dad. Nice family – their children were close to the same ages as Mac and Josie. We thanked them and then made our way back to the room to drop the boogie boards and chairs.
Almost as soon as we got to the pool, it started to drizzle. The kids opted for the hot tub, but they weren’t the only ones. It was a large Jacuzzi, but with ...
... that had been converted, so that the area of the Fire truck that usually carried the hose - had been renovated so that wood-burner pizza's were being made and eaten.
Being the first night, they had between 40 -50,000 people there and I had a hamburger while Jackie had Tacos for her tea. Inside the stadium was fantastic and when game time started the arena really hummed. About 150 National Guardsmen marched into the arena with a huge USA flag. Then ...
Today we drove from Las Vegas to San Deigo. It was about a five hour drive. The traffic was very heavy for a Sunday. We met up with Dave's cousin Gayle (Ava), her husband Brad and daughter Brooke. They now live in La Mesas as they just sold ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services