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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... boards. .. just like the classics!
After a quick bite to eat at the pier and a great chat with a local couple who tandem surf! ... we need to get going and get to the hotel. It's a pretty easy drive down the I5And with the hotel in the GPS, soon pulling into the parking garage.... and calling this day! Have to say, the best day of the trip for me so far!!! Only one thing that would have topped it and that's getting to surf more.
OK, enough said.... Over and out! ...
... and Brooke because we were all going for a Kayak in the ocean . $25 cost us each, we were lucky to get upgraded to a guided tour because it was a bit rougher seas. It was fun going over waves on the way out!! Allana and I shared a Kayak :) Steph, Allana and I drove around trying to find a good spot to park our van to sleep but there was a lot of signs forbidding it. We started to drive up North towards LA along the beach line for a campsite. We hoped to stay ...
... early to park on Santa Clara’s Landing at the Mission Bay Park, got the bikes out and on we went towards the West Coast.
Crystal Pier: at the north end of the Oceanside boardwalk – with the cute little vacation rentals and also great spots along the pier to check out the waves and the hundreds of surfers.
Oceanside boardwalk: we biked the whole length to the ...
... hardly any people were seen around! However, what I saw of San Diego really impressed me. This section of the city was very clean, lovely and spacious looking with many beautiful high rises and condos. Plus, let’s not forget, a gigantic shopping mall just ten minutes further away! Have no fear….all the boutiques ...
... and we drank beers that are made by monks that are really strong and come in 750ml bottles. After drinking one of them and the 24 we got through between 4 of us before we left we all started getting pretty drunk. During our meal a huge group of people on bikes rode past on the street, the waiter told us they do it every week and there is about 1000 people in the group now, a lot were in costumes. Chips headed back ...