Red Roof Inn San Diego Downtown
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... TT Pio Pico, surprisingly in a canyon quite a way from town. We had a frustrating time at the start getting a site..we were less than impressed by the helpfulness of the staff. But we finally settled in and went to bed early. We'll figure it out ...
... that we hit the road back to PD. Unfortunately we hit a bit of rush hour traffic that was complicated due to an accident, but after the Temecula turn off it was pretty smooth sailing north and then east through the pass between the mountain ranges and home to Palm Desert. It is an easy day trip, but next time I think we will have to plan a sleep over, so we can check out the zoo and some of the other many sites SD has to ...
... constructed and also was the highest elevation lighthouse ever constructed in the US at over 400 feet above sea level. After seeing Mr. Cabrillo I did some more food tourism to Slater's 50/50 (Burgers By Design). Their signature dish is a burger with a patty 50%25 pork and 50%25 beef. But they give you a paper and pencil to add and customize 100 type of patties, buns, condiments, toppings and sauces. I went with the 50/50 patty on a bacon pretzel bun ...
Woke up in the tent bright and early, after a pretty good sleep considering how noisy it is here.
The day was spent at Sea World, this is the first time we've been as we didn't go when we were in Florida. I hadn't realised it was such a wet day out, we were soaked for much of the day from rides and from the shows. We saw whales, dolphins and lots of other animals, got soaked by all ...
... Daddy went out for "date night" next door at Jake's. This ocean front restaurant came up #1 on Yelp and was also highly recommended by Jim, Caroline's friend living in Del Mar. It was spectacular - the food was delicious, the wine was perfect, and the view was amazing. And I guess the company was pretty awesome too. After dinner, John, another friend of ours who lives in Solana Beach, joined us for a few drinks at Jake's. A perfect way to conclude this ...