Porto Vista Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... a walk to Seaport Village (spotted a Cheesecake Factory for later!) which was a cute little collection of shops and stalls to make up a little village it was very cute but the information stand there had no knowledge of anything except the Trolley Tour (they were selling!) so as we didn't know where we were or how to get to anything else we decided to do the Old Town Trolley Tour... We went over the bridge at a million miles an hour (in desperate need of a hairbrush ...
... more perfect. We are really looking forward to having a chill out time in San Diego. Unpacked and settled for a relaxing afternoon, later in the day we go for a walk to Pacific & Mission Beaches. Our apartment is located on Sail Bay, which is great for all water sports as the bay is reasonably sheltered. Within a 15 min walk you are on the sea shore of either Mission or Pacific beach. Sail Bay is very quiet, with lots of water and beach ...
... understand, but not the same. San Diego is a place on the move. I could move here; I could.
I was later supposed to find some folks from the web site "cruise critic" at the Holiday Inn Bayfront but, perhaps, since it is now a Wyndham and not a Holiday Inn, nobody was to be found at the appointed hour. I need a haircut so I am off to find one and Acy Saria at Salon Tonic on India Street deals with my unruly locks after which ...
... whole plate!! These ribs were covered in smoked hickory sauce ( the secret to all the good American food) and were possibly the most tender thing I have eaten. The meat just fell away from the bone- no knife or fingers required ( that I was disappointed about!) After I had my 2 x margueritas served in a mason jar ( totally stealing that for when I get back ) we took off to walk dinner off. The street is so busy with people having a look. We were ...
... to watch your step). And the military macaw did decide to come on my arm the morning we were leaving, he just didn't want to get off and gave me a nasty bruise when he grabbed my forearm when I tried to have him go onto a dresser...that didn't go away for almost 2 weeks! Lesson learned...use the spray bottle! So, we went and had a quick meal, then back to the house to rest up for the zoo the next day, or last full day of vacation. ...