Ramada Mission Valley / SDSU
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... The next morning after a feast for breakfast we went to the outlets where Pete found heaps of gear - he shopped more than me ! When in Vegas a must is to see a show- we chose "O" - Cirque Du Soleil - only seen in Vegas and we got last minute tickets to another show, Cirque Du Soleil -LOVE - a Beatles show, again only performed at Vegas. They were both fantastic, we probably enjoyed LOVE more as we sang along and it was so clever with all the props. The Cosmopolitan where we ...
... and we drank beers that are made by monks that are really strong and come in 750ml bottles. After drinking one of them and the 24 we got through between 4 of us before we left we all started getting pretty drunk. During our meal a huge group of people on bikes rode past on the street, the waiter told us they do it every week and there is about 1000 people in the group now, a lot were in costumes. Chips headed back ...
... mixed dorm with 12 others! The next morning we drove on Route 1 along the coastline stopping at so many amazing beaches- Carmel, The Big Sur, San Luis Obispo, Cayicos, Morro Bay and Ended up staying in a motel in Pismo Beach :) We left there pretty early and drove to Santa Barbara but had no luck with hostels there so ended up in another motel a few towns south ...
... a new little shop where Blockbuster used to be. It had really cute clothes in the window, but upon entering, it clearly was not for the average woman. Little signs strewn around the store that said, "One Size Fits Most" told the theme of the store. If you were a woman the size of a ten year old, were 4 ft. 8" tall, and had never eaten a day in your life, you might have found something to eat. Seriously, talk about a store that promote eating disorders ...
... hers. Dylan can't leave his on in the same place for more than five minutes so his is intact but stick less. Rich is still the proud owner of his.
We drive around with a pretty dull but informative commentary from the driver. It's only his second tour, hopefully he'll get a bit more upbeat. Old Town is interesting selling lots of Mexican themed wares but its pretty touristy. The harbour is pretty, with lots of huge boats, some old warships and sailing boats. We get off ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking