Doubletree Hotel San Diego Downtown
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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We went from Albuquerque to San Diego in a bus because we got to ride for free because Zoe's grandfather owns a bus and is a certified bus driver. We went to the hotel and dropped off our stuff and ate breakfast at the hotel, then we got a taxi ride to the zoo, which costed $18.72 for a round trip. Zoe didn't like the hotel because it didn't have …
Breakfast at 7:30 and everyone looked a lot fresher than the day before. It seems that everyone enjoyed a good nights sleep. Apparently it was 52 hours since we had slept. No wonder that there were a few fragile ones. Today we boarded the bus and made our way down the freeway to San Diego and some shopping at Carlsbad. Our driver highlighted the points of interest as we drove along with a few other people on the four and five lane freeway. Our first stop on the outskirts of ...
... remind you of a quote from President Gordon B. Hinkley when he was struggling on his mission, "Forget yourself and get to work". As we know there is so much work to be done - there really are no excuses to not find a need somewhere we can fill.> Feel free to watch: https://www.lds.org/general-conference/ 2014/10/are-we-not-all-beggars?lang=eng #watch=video
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... back to the hostel and chatted to some other foreigners while drinking Great American Wine (see pic). The next day was July 4th so we spent the day drinking tequila (bit of a change from wine, but more Mexican than 'Merican). Before the tequila happened though we went to old town San Diego where there is a park that they have rebuilt to looks like USA in the 1800s, so it was all saloons and tobacco shops. There were also loads ...
I'm writing this blog post from the Contiki coach- we have just left San Diego and are on our way to Scottsdale, Arizona. We just signed up for a few tour optionals- a jeep tour drive through the Sedona Desert and a Hot Air Balloon ride over Phoenix! I'm sitting next to Nikki- another Aussie girl on our tour. Everyone on tour is so nice and I'm loving meeting new people everyday!