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Travel Blogs from Chula Vista
... into his own bed he seemed to finally settle. Friday we headed to Balboa park, a huge park in San Diego that has the zoo and 14 museums spread across it. On the way into the park is a dog walking park. We both miss having pets around us so we sat down watching all the dogs playing in the doggy park for about 20 minutes. We visited the Spanish village in the park where 15 artists have their studios and shops as well as the ...
... for several blocks. They were selling fruits, vegetables, and ready-made food. There really wasn’t anything in the way of Italian food and we didn’t hear any Italian being spoken so that was a bit of a surprise. We bought some vegetables and then some samosas for lunch.
We went down to the waterfront tourist center to get some information about San Diego. A Holland America cruise ship was in port and the area was very busy. We did see a few tall ships: Star of ...
... very soon.
The two hours didn't go very fast in fact it dragged on and what was meant to be hours seemed like years and drifting in and out of sleep did not help because you thought you slept for hours when really you slept for minutes or even seconds.
we reahed the airport and we realized we were finally there and we rushed out of the plane so we could finally see Lima properly.
... which is the smallest desert in North America and is at an average elevation of 2000 feet, and the Colorado Desert which is a part of the Sonoran Desert and is much lower, hotter and drier. Joshua Trees, after which the park is named, are tree size yucca-type plants which populate the plains and slopes of the higher elevations of the park. They are surrounded by rounded piles of boulders, cliffs and rocks which provide ...
... Island Club, except much bigger and sits facing the Pacific Ocean. The Navy still owns most of Coronado Island. We all bought souvenerirs of the famous old hotel.
After a bar-b-que lunch we headed over to Balboa Park It's 1200 acres set aside for recreation and cultural activities with beautiful gardens, and building built for the Panama-California Exposition and the California Pacific International Exposition. It's ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking