The Keating Hotel by Pininfarina
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... down on because I wasn’t British. I was “American”…..but wait….I had to defend myself with “I’m Canadian”! So it seems present day is the same as then. At one point I gave up and went on to bigger better things than trying to prove myself 24/7. The epitome of sabotaging their colleagues. The tough do survive and become those “lifers”. Side note here. The purser’s office used to have two and ...
... in-room wi-fi and as I had no access to wi-fi at Pike Run either I went down to the courtyard area to log on so that the photos I had taken would stream from my phone to my iPad. The wi-fi was extremely slow so this took a while. Once the blog was up to date we walked a couple of blocks to the trolley (train) station and bought an all day pass for $7. We caught a trolley into the downtown area of San Diego and got there around 9:30am. The historic ...
... heels for Encinitas and was already on a mission to convince Erik that it was now a third option on our list of cities along with Asheville and New Orleans. The following day, we slept in and then enjoyed coffee on the balcony looking out to the ocean where we watched dolphins passing by again. The place was just pure paradise. Erik’s parents drove up and picked him up so they could head to Stone Brewery in Escondido for the day. I was not feeling ...
... people buying all the stuff. It was hard to get through the isles and everyone was ****** off. We then drove to lake murry where we at a great meal of chicken tacos. We got locked in at dark which was cool and I flopped right out. We attemped to canoe at daylight and pancho ran us off cause we had dogs. Which made me want to punch him out. Apparently everyone who has a government job here thinks they're johnny law. We then went to the beach ...
... br> After that our group split up, as most were booked in for Harbour Cruisers and visits to the Aircraft Carrier Museum. Four of us went to the San Diego Zoo and spent 5 and a half hours there.
San Diego Zoo is in Balboa Park and was founded in 1916. It houses over 3500 animals and over 600 species and sub species. San Diego Zoo pioneered the concept of open-air, cage-less exhibits that re-create natural animal habitats. It is one of the few zoos in the ...