Red Roof Inn San Diego Downtown
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August 30th, LAS-San Diego was supposed to be quick and uneventful. Well, it was Labor-Day week end Saturday, and the traffic jam was from LA to the Mexican border so after trying several parallel Roads we arrived at 13:00 to La Joya, ate lunch, and left our car at the hotel, Comfort Inn Downtown, and I only can say that it was cheap ($218 two days …
Headed to Little Italy searching for restrooms. Story of my life couldn't find a public toilet anywhere. Decide to find the best looking joint for coffee......so I can use their restroom. Thankfully find a coffee shop with an actual coffee machine & a proper barista. Two amazing caramel lattes later we are in heaven. Went for a stroll through the gas lamp area of town which I can imagine would be buzzing on the ...
... treated to home cooked meals and we got hooked on House of Cards. Good times with good friends! Stayed two nights, then back to Mission Viejo for one more before heading to Palm Desert to play some golf and watch some tennis. Here's hoping for more ...
... care of last minute preparations. The scene on the docks is a marine version of Santa's workshop. All the boaters are the elves. We're all consumed with last minute projects. We all have been amazed at the folks in the local boating industry. Nearly every boater we have talked with has made a call to some business in the area needing help. No one has been turned down. These outfits just keep sending workers. It's great. Bob had 4 people on ...
... the younger one was looking for. The older one would always catch the younger one, and deliver some small form of punishment to remind them who is boss.
After the zoo, we met up with Jim at a Polynesian restaurant overlooking the San Diego harbor called Bali Hai, where the food was OK but the view of downtown San Diego was spectacular.
In the morning, we met Jim, Dayna, and Alice ...
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility