Ramada Inn San Diego South
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Our final day in San Diego. It was time for an ocean adventure to SeaWorld. The park was a short 15 minute drive off the interstate. Kel had several shows marked for us to see. The dolphin show up first in the Blue Horizons Stadium. We sat in the splash zone, hopefully we would get wet. Out came the dolphins, a few flips, some acrobatics from humans, then the show was ...
... amarena cherry, and it was accompanied by a pistachio gelato. It was wonderful, but very rich. This definitely is a desert to be shared by two or more guests. Our third dessert was the Salted Caramel Budino with whipped cream, candied peanuts, and an anise seed pizzelle. It was very good, not terribly rich, and with just the right amount of sweetness.
This was a wonderful and relaxing dining experience. We will definitely be return guests. I can't wait to see what creative ...
... he had just come home from doing a photo shoot for aftershave! but next to him, was his wife, who happens to be a famous latinamerican pop star! (look her up-Patricia Manterola!) How was I supposed to eat my food without worrying about having gravy down my chin with them next to me!
But after about an hour i was quite comfortable and I even ended up playing with the OK magazine couple's baby and laughing and nodding at stories that ...
... into the park and watched a couple kite surfers in the bay, going at a good clip. Then while we talked to a young man that was fishing on the pier, a seal was swimming around, probably putting an end to successful fishing for awhile.
On Saturday we decided to go to Little Italy in downtown San Diego. This neighbourhood has lots of bakeries and restaurants but we were there for the market. A main street was closed to traffic and booths were lined up on both sides of ...
... buildings, to the people and the food. Which is not surprising considering it's about 10 miles from the border. I really liked it there, despite the fact that it seemed very touristy, it also had a genuine charm about it.
One other thing that Old Town has is something known rather blandly as California State Historic Landmark #65 (seriously, it says exactly that on the street sign). It's more common name is Whaley House. And for the TV ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
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