Vagabond Inn - San Diego Airport Marina
Travel Blogs from San Diego
Fortunately, we awoke dry and relatively warm on Friday morning. We packed up for the journey back to San Diego. The memory of the delicious pie at the Julian Pie Company necessitated another stop. I opted for the pumpkin with about 500 calories worth of whipped cream on top.
Back in a rainy San Diego by noon, I decided on doing something …
Forget about a white Christmas. This is the life; warm and sunny with palm trees swaying in the breeze. We started the day with a quick drive around Coronado Island, where the truly wealthy vacation, and luckily found a small coffee stand open. Coronado is beautiful and have to merit a longer look later in our trip.
San Diego Harbor area …
The next morning, Wednesday, January 9th, we moved our luggage over to the Vagabond Inn (http://www.vagabondinn.com/SanDiegoMis sionValleyPage/tabid/2 09/Default.aspx?hotel=302 ) This hotel was undergoing some renovations and we had to change our room, as the original room we were given, smelled of paint. The staff was very polite and the rooms …
Christmas Eve in San Diego. A short drive along the coast from San Elijo State Beach and Zoobley and I arrived in the Point Loma area of San Diego for the holidays. Apparently, finding a motel that accepts dogs in San Diego is harder than finding a virtuous man in a corporate boardroom, but thanks to the helpful folks at the San Diego Visitor's …
... in the 1990's as it was getting too old and was no longer compatible with some of the resources the airforce required. It is now fully pedestrianised, with practically all areas available for the public to view. A lot of the aircraft fighter jets were still on the top deck, and also many distinct features of an military ship were still being used, such as the bathrooms had about 50 basins all in a row, along with another 50 ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking