Oakwood La Mirage

Address: 6554 Ambrosia, San Diego, California, 92124, United States | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Eastern San Diego area of San Diego, is near Qualcomm Stadium, Mission San Diego de Alcala, Back From Tomboctou, and Stadium Golf Center & Batting Cages.
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Day Five...San Diego via a trip through Hollywood

A travel blog entry by caschulte on Sep 01, 2015

... stand. You will have to hear his version to fully appreciate the story. As I stated before one hotdog is the pretty much the same to me unless it is grilled with grill marks down each side. Then it is a little better to me. However, these dogs tasted like the Oscar Meyer hotdogs my mom would boil on Saturday afternoon for lunch. Yes, my family was a creature of habit, and Saturdays were boiled hotdogs for lunch - no mustard and no cheese for ...

Goodbye San Diego, Hello Anaheim.

A travel blog entry by christo_w on Jul 07, 2015

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... a swim in the pool before they would co-operate with mum & dad. So we went to the pool and Jesse, Hannah & Dad had a swim for about 1/2 hour.
We came back to the room and mum did some washing in the laundry on the 3rd floor laundering room. The girls had showers and then we ordered some room service from the hotel restaurant.
Mum & Dad caught up on some more Shark Week and we all turned in for the ...

San Diego Day 1

A travel blog entry by jshoopster on May 25, 2015

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... this particularly eerie and strange but it actually seemed to go along with the music that they were playing (which was even stranger). I feel like this last description made it seem like we hated this bar, so I want to reiterate that we actually all had a great time at this place but more enjoyed laughing at its absurdity than say enjoying the lively typical college bar scene atmosphere. When we left the establishment I thought I would never end up back ...

Old Town

A travel blog entry by cth-road on Feb 15, 2015

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Old Town San Diego State Historic Park is a state protected historical park that commemorates the early days of the town of San Diego and includes many historic buildings from the period 1820 to 1870. Besides that, it is very touristic and consume oriented. The only nice thing was that staff in stores and restaurants wore traditional clothes of the late 19th century. After an hour I left the place and headed for Coronado.

San Diego

A travel blog entry by gmgw2014 on Sep 19, 2014

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... in the world. This weekend apparently many of the naval ships are open to the public. There is an area with memorials to ships which took part in WW11. Until the 1960s San Diego was a major tuna cannery city. Some of the tuna ships were requisitioned in the war. The airport is in the city and to see planes coming in to land right over your head is scary , In the afternoon after our tour we walked a lot and having ...