Ramada Inn San Diego South
Travel Blogs from Chula Vista
... very clean and big, with vegetation and recreation for the animals.
We returned to our campground in time for an election day get-together, complete with music, drinks, and appetizers. We really enjoyed talking with some of our neighbours and hearing their insight regarding the election results.
Wednesday was our last full day in San Diego. We decided to go to Sea World, about 30 minutes north of our campground. Sea World is part aquarium and part theme park. ...
... spend her final days. They also have an elephant who has been sent to them they have integrated him with the herd that they have there and she will also spend her final days there. So it is kind of like have an aged care facility, what a wonderful thing to do.
There is a 1 month old baby giraffe who steals everybody’s heart, what a sweetie. They have everything from polar bears to snow leopards and elephants to otters. They also have a ...
... me a lovely packed lunch to take on the train, and Danny kindly offered to take me to the train station. That was really kind of him. I think the reason he wanted to take me was that he had a huge motorbike, like one of those cruisers, so he wanted to show it off to me. I was over the moon with that as I do like bikes. This bike was gorgeous. It had padded seats and back rests for both the rider and the passenger. You ...
... from room to room and see things as they were back in the day. The one notable difference was that photography (including flash photography) was allowed, encouraged in fact. Only video was not allowed - I'm not entirely sure why? Anyway, I walked around, took a few pictures, and generally admired the olde worlde feel to the place (including some very creepy looking dolls), but honestly inside the house, as with the outside, it just felt normal. I ...
... girlfriend (he's at least 50) broke up with him. We didn't start talking to him, he just comes out with this stuff. Anyway, he was a knob-head. San diego zoo - the zoo is wicked, its massive and most animals are in habitats rather than cages. Apparently the makers of the lion king spent a few months studying the animals in SD zoo before making the film and one of the warthogs is still there, so we potentially saw pumba! (they've been milking that for almost 15 ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking