Motel 6 San Diego Mission Valley East
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... everyone dresses up to the nines. After dinner we watched the movie Trust Me, it was a little strange. We were able to catch most of the show in the showroom after the movie which was the last three performers doing 15 minutes each which was really good.
November 24th, Monday
We arrive in Puntarenas Costa Rica today, temps in the low 30s. We had a late breakfast then got ready and walked into town. The mid morning sun was already very hot. There was lots of ...
... some quality time with him we wanted to get to know the USS Midway Museum located on the Embarcadero next to the Harbor Drive. Hence, we took both cars and drove down the Market Street until we saw the aircraft carrier. Even if it was big we sort of imagined that it was even bigger. We left our car in the parking lot next to the ship and later continued in Ricardo´s pickup truck.
USS Midway Museum is a maritime museum that consists of the aircraft carrier USS Midway which ...
... Not too sure that it's as good as 'Wake Me Up' but we'll see. We drove into San Diego, passing Newport Beach on the way, the OC baby :-) Brook gave us a little background knowledge about San Diego as we drove through. It has the second most busiest airport in the world, following London Gatwick. We drove past the harbour, where the Star of India was docked, the longest serving ship in the world. We stopped for lunch in a little ...
... our first ride was on their 'Skytower' which is a raising lift platform over the park. It was good to get our bearings as this is quite a large park.
On to the dolphin show. The show was fun and with it being a little cloudy it wasn’t hard to sit outside like down the Gold Coast. There was also a wet zone that the show might jeopardise but we didn’t sit down there. The brave ones ...
... the Prado restaurant on the grounds. Fine cuisine.
After a busy day at the Park, we joined Beth for our final dinner before heading home tomorrow. We dined at Cafe Bleu (French cuisine). Very fine. As you may have noticed, I blog a lot about food and eating. Well it seems that we have been doing a lot of ...