Days Inn San Diego/South Bay
Travel Blogs from Chula Vista
After checking into our hotel "Days Inn" we quickly showered and changed to hit the town! We went to the Gaslamp District for dinner and drinks. Dinner was at Fred's Mexican Restaurant which was so good- check out my salad pic!
Two of the girls on our tour that we met early on in the day, Emma and Aleasha, bought us moustaches to wear so …
... tour lead by Bert, a volunteer who obviously loves leading tours. He entertained us for more than an hour and a half with his humour and historical stories. Walking around in the heat made us thirsty so Greg and I bought root beer floats, the first ice cream float I’ve had in a long time and it was delicious.
On Sunday we decided to stay away from downtown so we went to a huge flea market in our area located in an old drive-in movie lot. We saw the usual: lots ...
... and music, it was lovely. There were water fountains and big pieces of public art on display, and what looked like all the dogs that lived in San Diego out for a walk, and Laura and I really enjoyed ourselves spending some time wandering through. She was thrilled when she recognised some of the sculptures in the park as belonging to Henry Moore, although I had no clue at all. After a couple of hours here, we caught the bus back into town, and wandered back through ...
... a beautiful home just off Melrose right near Fred Segel, but unfortunately no time to spare in LA this time around, just the night to catch up. And I got to meet their beautiful daughter Sarah also for the first time. She's nearly five, I can't believe how fast time goes by, it's been 9 years since I was last in LA. So Kate, Sarah and myself headed out for Mexican, It would be sin to come to Southern California and not have some. And the food was great. I love how so many ...
... And anyone who has slept in a mustang will tell you - you cannot sleep in a mustang!! its simply not possible. After trying to sleep for a long time, we moved on and headed for LA.We wanted to spend the day on the beach, and we were previosly informed that the only place worth visiting is venice, so we head there for lunch, chilling and somehow Matt to pierce his nose. We are always concious that LA traffic is a nightmare and we want ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking