La Quinta Inn San Diego Vista
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Jonathan. If you've never been to a baseball match and have the chance in anytime I would highly recommend it. The yanks certainly know how to put on a sports event. We watched The Padres vs The Cincinnati Reds. The Reds having the upper hand until into the 9th (doesn't take long to learn the lingo!!). Then with pretty much the last ball of the game the Padres hit a home run and the place erupts (literally), fireworks the lot. The stadium went nuts, it's a great ...
... t have enough time to explore the zoo. We hired a Surrey bike and rode through Balboa park, lots of fun! After this we headed back to old town and saw a production about the Mormons battalion, and had " the best pizza in America" for dinner, we walked up to cold stone ( same concept as cold rock) and Sam had a huge sundae whilst Emma had a try of root beer ( ewww taste like watered down sasperella) and that was our first day in San Diego ...
... used to live to visit old friends and then come south to see Monica. They brought us a wonderful bottle of west coast wine that had a rich, oak like taste to it. Very good. Charlotte and Monica's mother are cousins but as only children they were as close as sisters and have many intriguing stories to tell about escaping from central Europe at the end of WWII. Hugo and Charlotte arrived in Canada with very little and represent one of those stories that ...
... the Coaster train back to our little home city of Vista. The one evening Neil took us to a really cool wine place round the corner called California Fruit Wine. It's a new venture started up by two young guys in Vista, who open up their small warehouse type place and do very informal wine tasting most nights of the week. Chocolate covered strawberry and blackberry wines are just some of the interesting concoctions we got to sample! The next day Neil and Ariel took us to ...