Navy Lodge San Diego

Address: Bldg. 3526 Naval Base, San Diego, California, 92136, United States | Lodge
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Location

This lodge, located in the Central San Diego area of San Diego, is near Petco Park, Gaslamp Quarter, Coronado Municipal Golf Course, and Vietnam Unit Memorial Monument.
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Travel Blogs from San Diego

Jumping Castles, money in the making

A travel blog entry by wave3sea on Jul 10, 2014

... and is a great way for parents to provide real entertainment for their kid and to give the dated musical chairs a miss. The greatest advantage of the Jumping Castle remains the fact that it is an inflatable play structure, which provides entertainment as long as it's inflated. When looking for your first jumping castle or inflatable, invest in WOW factor. Something that the kids will look at for a few seconds with big eyes ...

Life is good in San Diego

A travel blog entry by bulaska on Dec 02, 2013

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... which is like the first settling in this area. It's a bit touristy and doesn't look real (kind of a pioneertown feeling), but it's kind of nice to walk and there is a great coffee and tea shop just at the corner! Another nice area is Glaslamp Quarter in downtown where there are nice shops, restaurants and coffeeshops. It's not as expensive as one would think, we had a 35cm pizza for 17 USD.

Balboa Park is just beautiful, but also very elegant and there ...

Back to the future

A travel blog entry by cyclinginaskirt on Nov 22, 2013

16 comments, 20 photos

... as quieter coastal sections quickly changed into bustling urban sprawl and finally, to hectic thoroughfares through the cities of Los Angeles and San Diego.
Thunderous, traffic clogged roads swallow cyclists and force riders to weave across busy entrance/exit ramps of multi lane highways......admittedly exacerbated when I missed a turning and mistakenly cycled 10 miles of freeway (motorway) into Santa Barbara. Oops

Mostly though, the coast remains resolutely ...

Friday, Day Thirteen

A travel blog entry by travel2gether on Oct 18, 2013

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... of "Bridezillas". :-) Consequently, we had to say our "farewells" tonite.

Have made our reservations for tomorrow night east of Flagstaff, AZ and am ready to call it a night.

We will see how the WI-FI is between here and Ohio. If I don't blog the next few days, that will be the reason.



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Day 2

A travel blog entry by lexie.rochelle on Jul 19, 2013

... and too cool to go to the beach, so Neal Erwin and I went walking on the boardwalk. Neal Erwin bought his usual yearly Pacific Beach t-shirt. We stopped at LaHaina Beach House and sat on the porch with some beverages while talking to two men from Phoenix. After leaving LaHaina, we went to Public Ale House for another beverage and some roasted jalapeņos stuffed with cream cheese and wrapped in bacon. When we were finished there, we made our way ...