La Quinta Inn San Diego Old Town / Airport
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Pets allowed
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... unfortunately as our camera picks and chooses when it wants to be waterproof we didn't bring it along :( ) Apparenly sealions bite, who knew!! Paddled into one of the caves and saw 2 sleeping sealions and a few heavy waves made it a bit of an adventure. Headed back to shore dodging the couple who initially fell off they appeared to have no paddling abilities or sense of direction!! Group of 10 kayaks headed back into shore and only one tipped in the waves... Mine!!! Damn ...
... she would discuss future potential surgeries with me if we ended up back in the area, and after the partial blockage cleared up due to the massive amounts of fluid and diuretics being pumped through me I was discharged.
Erik’s parents had arrived in San Diego during the hospital fiasco for their planned vacation and visit to see us. They visited me in the hospital and I have next to no recollection but I do know Husb was able to go out with them for ...
... was an exaggeration however it still was pretty fun and cool. Yes almost everything there is made of lego and there are some huge lego recreations of characters, people and cities which were amazing. We didn't get to go on most rides as the lines were huge but we did go on a couple. We also got to see how lego was made .
Next day we drove into the city and parked next to the Midway Museum. The USS Midway is a massive ...
... from the audience. It really was hilarious. The second presentation was the Filipino Crew Show. They sang some of their native songs, and also performed some of their native dances. The show started with a moment of silence. Many of the ship’s crew are from the Philippines and some of them do not know the whereabouts of their family in the wake of last week’s typhoon. It is very distressing.
Wednesday we were in Puerto Vallarta. This is the southernmost point ...
... short drive from the marina. When we got there we walked up and down the street peering in the windows looking for a good spot. The one we settled on was Filippi's Pizza Grotto. It was a store and deli up front and in the back was a very unpretentious dining room. There were nine of us. We ordered chianti and it was delish. We know we're in our kind of restaurant when the wine glasses look like reclaimed cheese whiz jars. We each ordered a ...