La Quinta Inn San Diego Old Town / Airport
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... off there while we went and hung out in his part of San Diego. Wednesday and Saturday I went to watch his under 7's soccer practice and game, which they won with a score of about thirty - nil. He also showed me Sunset Cliffs; stunning views and a completely flat horizon that made the sunset even more beautiful than usual. Last week saw my first visit to Costco - bulk buying American style. Everything is so cheap that it's hard to believe; definitely stocking up on ...
What a day I say! We got up late. Felt rested, however dun dun duuuun ... I woke up sick. Sinus sicknesses are AWESOME! Anyways, I rested in bed catching up on some Hulu shows while Hugh and Matt went out and watched cartoons. Something Hugh hasn't done in a long time. I eventually made my way out of the room to say good morning. Had some tea and breakfast. Everyone got showered. Cathy took us up to the community pool. Matt and Hugh swam while I rested reading a book in ...
... in Del Mar. It was a really fun, energetic experience with loads of families bedecked in red, white, and blue clothing, ribbons, hats, and even a striped wig! They take their patriotism seriously in Del Mar, apparently. Some kids had decorated their bikes, wagons, or scooters and had a competition for the most finely embellished vehicle after the parade. Quite a hoot. We bid goodbye to Jim and family at around 10:15, and got on the road for Venice Beach.
... city became part of the developing aeronautics industry.
Our first stop was Point Loma, a huge property of the US government and home to the Cabrillo Monument. The lighthouse, located on the area's highest point was closed in 1891. The fog and clouds often obscured the light at its high perch, so a lower one was built. The area houses two large military bases and the Fort Rosecrans Cemetery. The view from Point Loma is fantastic on a clear day, but the gray ...
... walked around for a bit, trying to look for a place for a nightcap. However, we couldn't find anything to our taste, and decided to make our way back to the hotel and pass out.
We started the next day rather early, because we both were extremely excited to visit the San Diego Zoo and wanted to make the most of it. The second hotel offered breakfast in their top floor, so we used this as an opportunity to see San Diego from a vantage ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Pets allowed