Mission Bay Motel

Address: 4221 Mission Blvd, San Diego, California, 92109-3992, United States | Motel
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This motel, located in the Mission Beach/Pacific Beach area of San Diego, is near Mission Beach, Pacific Beach, Wave House, and Sculpture Garden.
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        Day Six....Hello Shamu!

        A travel blog entry by caschulte on Sep 02, 2015

        ... splash, jump, wave and swim around and around the pool just as before - just no shooting the trainers out of the pool on their noses. I still get goosebumps after seeing these majestic whales jump out of the water and splash heavily into the aquarium. The Dolphin Show continues to be a favorite. These gentle, fun loving creatures seem to enjoy these shows. They swim with such grace and speed. The trainers are still allowed in the pool with the dolphins. In the dolphin pool ...

        "Real" San Diego

        A travel blog entry by bonjourbelle on Jul 17, 2015

        74 photos

        ... and old crystal chandeliers. It was really pretty to walk around, and do a little shopping.

        After loading everyone back into the car we drove from Coronado Beach to the Cabrillo National Monument and Tide Pools. The monument commemorates Juan Rodrigues Cabrillo, the Portuguese explorer who discovered and began the Spanish colonization of California. Further down in that area were the tide pools, which were kind of just a series of precarious ...

        San Diego Day 1

        A travel blog entry by jshoopster on May 25, 2015

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        ... amendment rights don't exist within 100 miles of the border to México in the name of "safety". We quickly started to read all about these patrol stations online to figure out first why they existed and if we could avoid them (because of the traffic they caused). We ended up just deciding to go through them because there wasn’t a faster route and luckily we went through without being stopped, although we could see some less fortunate cars being searched ...

        PHOTOS ADDED! Lego Land and Car Hire

        A travel blog entry by bhogg96 on Apr 04, 2015

        34 photos

        ... the Sydney Opera house, Eiffel Tower and have San Francisco and Las Vegas in fine detail. Its so amazing to see.
        We took some photos of the car and each had a go driving the car. It is so nice to drive and easy to manage. Might have to save for one :).
        On the way home we drove onto Universal Studios to get a photo of the Neon sign. With major traffic congestion we didn't get there till dark so took it at night which looked good then went into ...

        Travelling to San Diego

        A travel blog entry by glowe on Sep 20, 2014

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        ... We decided to go via the highways rather than through the mountains as we were north of the town we still got a few good views of the mountains which was nice. I have decided though that the further south you drive, the natives get crazier with their driving! There was so mental driving moves going on, I felt like I had to have eyes in the back of my head!

        Again our hotel was really nice, not in the centre of San Diego but it is a large area. It ...