Residence Inn San Diego Downtown/Gaslamp Quarter
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... at the Bahia Resort Hotel. It is in a beautiful setting with tropical gardens and beaches and a marina around it. We settle in and then eat sitting outside in the restaurant. Lovely food. After dinner we take the old styled paddle boat which runs mini cruises across the bay every half hour. On board there is live music and a bar although tonight there are only about 6 passengers as it is the last trip of the night.
After a long tiring day we return to ...
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San Diego enjoys sunshine and tropical weather all year long, except it turns out in June when it is mostly cloudy. They call this the June Gloom and it was in fact cloudy most of the time we were here. We stayed at the Chula Vista RV resort which was right on San Diego bay surrounded by a marina, pier and Public Park, with shopping and a theater just minutes away. So far the Wal-Mart’s ...
... There was many a picture taken of this impressive beach and the views it had to offer.
We got back to the hotel where the boys had a couple of hours of rest before we headed out to the Baseball at Petco park to watch the San Diego Padres vs the San Francisco Giants. Here is Cooper Rogers thoughts on the game:
"The stadium is the biggest one we have been to on the tour it holds about 55,000 people. We watched the full 9 innings, ...
... Store at MTS, the transit authority in San Diego. We were able to purchase a monthly transit pass for seniors (60+) for only $18. In Vancouver we would pay about $150 for a monthly pass. After going downtown to the transit office to get these passes we decided to wander around the Gaslamp Quarter, which is the older part of downtown. There were many interesting buildings from the late 1800s including Wyatt Earp’s Historic Gambling Hall and Saloon. In the afternoon ...
... turn made, we rolled up to the motel reception and got off the bikes. Given the surroundings, a mildly anti-climactic end to what had been an incredibly enjoyable, challenging and satisfying experience. But that didn't stop us getting the obligatory photo taken with the Good Nite Inn sign in the background as some form of proof that we had really made it to San Diego. Given the irritation caused to Angela by intentionally misspelt signs, it ...