Premier Inns Mission Valley
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... We didn’t wait the mandatory half hour after eating to enter the water. More soaking until it was close to 7pm. The spa had great atmosphere with palm trees surrounding the area. It also had beautiful white transparent slabs of rock lining the sides of the spa. At night, there was blue back lighting that shined through the rock slabs, very cool.
After such a busy day of laying around in healthy spring water we were exhausted. We finished ...
... height of the ceilings below deck! The scale of the ship was amazing with 4500 crew on board, meals were cooked 24 hours a day with 13,000 meals made daily. Really an incredible thing to see.
The following day we visited the Mexican border, and the shopping outlet on its doorstep! Char has become a clothes horse now that she has her own money to spend and has taken quite a liking to Tommy ...
I reserved most of this day for the long drive back home. I packed up my tent and was out of the campground by around 8:00 AM. The drive took me about 10 hours to complete stopping three times for gas, the restroom, and food. I made it home around 6:00 PM just in time for me to make it to my weekly tennis ...
... who have always dreamed about going to Europe. Now semi retired they plan to be there for 9 months or until the money runs out. They have everything planned until November and then they are going to play it by ear from that point forward. Fortunately they have friends in London and he has a brother who moved to Bologna, Italy in the 90's and never came back. So they'll have plenty of guidance and ...
We have been flat out for the last 4 and a half weeks, we've driven through/hiked and experienced a decent amount of Americas most scenic drives/natural beauties, met some amazing/crazy people, experienced a lot of different things, been to big cities, stayed in hostels, experienced the deep south, transitioned to ...