Doubletree Hotel San Diego Downtown
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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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 …
... gardens, cathedrals and open air theaters. It is rare to get theaters in parks or at least ones of this size. There were several kinds of gardens here including an Australian garden, rose garden and botanical garden. I like the gardens that had fountains near them the best, but enjoyed the environment of all of them. I went back to my hotel and waited for Claire to arrive who came here at night. The hotel we stayed at ...
... because of all the trees in the park. I think the gorillas where the only animal we saw.
When we had finished here we headed back over to Balboa park, which is actually only a very short walk from the Zoo entrance. We wanted to go to the science museum as John is very interested in science. On entering we soon realised this was a bit of a mistake. It was quite a childish place, if you have kids then it is perfect as it teaches ...
... Went to get out free breakfast (it should be free that couldn't charge for that ****!!). Jumped in the car still hungry and drove to the El Cajon Transit Center where we could park the car and catch a trolley into San Diego to avoid high parking charges!! Today is the first full day of Comic Con so we head there first to get some photos with people dressed up! I'm wearing my Flick Chicks Blog (www.flick-chicks.blogspot.co.uk) tshirt and am fully prepared to gain ...
... Angeles area. We were bummed that one week was down the drain, but did what we could to see as much as possible in the few days we had left. We went to La Jolla one day and walked along the shore checking out the seals and walked around town window shopping. We stopped at Brick and Bell for a scone and coffee outside in the sunshine - I love that place and its tasty scones. We also checked out Mission Brewery which was in a really old Wonder Bread building ...