La Quinta Inn San Diego Old Town / Airport
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... Grill. There is nothing like fresh fish tacos. Off to the ball game. We had unbelievably awesome seats in the 100 sections. We were on the 3rd baseline at the start of left field. We could see the Dodger dugout easily and definitely in foul ball territory. No Manager McDreamy sightings. We met lots of Dodger fans. They are a boisterous crowd. The Padre fans would chant "Beat LA" every so ofter when the stadium ...
... style buildings. These days it's a fun, lively restaurant and shopping district. Here, we settled down for a good dinner at Casa de Reyes with Memere's cousin Lynn, her daughter Monique, and her grandkids. I got a frozen margarita and a combo platter with a taco, enchilada, and Mexican rice. It was the best Mexican food I've ever had. They should open a franchise in Londonderry, I'd probably eat there at least weekly. Then of course we topped off the meal with some fried ice cream, which ...
Well our contiki family went from 36 to 3. Michelle, Troy and I made our way down to San Diego. A 3 hour train ride and we were there, and what better way to get over saying goodbye to 33 amazing people yesterday than drowning our sorrows at Coyote Ugly! A few ciders later, a play with a puppy and we wandered to our hostel to check in. ...
... posey, base from which to explore this charming town.In our short time here, we visited La Jolla Cove and were amazed by the tame seals and pelicans on the beaches, spent a few hours in Balboa Park enjoying what it has to offer and exploring the Gaslamp Quarter with its restaurants and shops. We even managed to squeeze in a baseball game which involved a 2-hour trek back to LA. It was worth it though to see ...
... but unfortunately we didn't have much time to see all that it had to offer. Every meal I had was amazing in San Diego's Gaslamp Quarter. My favorite was the cochinita tacos and the half off all alcohol was a big perq at one of the restaurants in SD. The downtown had a young, lively feel even in December. Looking forward to see the rest of San Diego to give it a fair shot. As for now, Laguna Beach is my favorite place in Southern California. ...