Red Roof Inn San Diego Downtown
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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... to climb on the Mom and she just kept knocking him off. One time while they were in a small tree in their exhibit she knocked him right to the ground! Everyone took a big breath in but he popped right back up and continued to chase after his Mom. The panda keeper said panda's can fall 50ft out of a tree and be unharmed, pretty unbelievable!
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... palm trees in the foreground is beautiful however it just went on and on in a sort of characterless way..so after a few photos we moved on...
This area is known as Orange county and houses the first Disneyland which we resisted visiting..and Nixons birthplace but it was a bit out of our way so we just continued on the coast road...
I found it amazing that the urbanization did not stop , for the whole 100 miles to San Diego.. ...