Travelodge San Diego Mission Valley
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The place, while clean, was not worth the $140 they charged during Comic Con!!! Also, the hair dryer didnt work and the front clerk couldnt send someone to replace it nor did he have one for me to come and pick up.
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Got up early and caught this trolley bus contraption to the old part of San Diego .We had a fun ride around parts of the city then we stopped at a part of the lovely port area.Lesley went on a trip on a boat called the seal strangely enough, it was a truck which was also a boat.It went on a short fab tour of the area which was very expensive and then it went into the port and cruised all the way along in the water. There were loads of seal ions to ...
... true, but mostly). Now that we have to do it on a more regular basis, you would think we were asking them to walk the plank.
We had mentioned to Elle that we would like to get together with her and her daughter again, so we texted her and they were up for it. Great! We’ll either be on the beach or at the pool. As it happened, Mac and Josie wanted to try the beach once again, since the sun was out.
We hauled our chairs, ...
... rocks. In the afternoon, we went on a bus tour to Tijuana, Mexico. What an experience!!!!! We saw the area on a bus and then the tour guide dropped us in the main street to shop!!!! All the shop owners were very persistent to get us in their shop. It was like we had a neon light on our heads as people came from everywhere trying to get our interest. They were very ...
... up about her driving skills hahaha! We spent quite a few hours on our little beach, playing with the bat and ball set we'd picked up from Ocean Beach, paddling in the sea which wasn't wavy as we were in a little harbour and watching the boats go passed! Lauren and I decided we wanted to try and get better sunset pictures at La Jolla but we'd worn Shirley out so we dropped her back at the hotel and then set off to catch the ...
... But it lures you in, and once on board you cannot help but be constantly enthralled.
The information pamphlet is loaded with interesting facts and statistics. There is a well sign-posted, step-by-step, self-guided tour throughout the ship. You can grab a free audio guide that provides information along the way, and there are ex-servicemen everywhere to answer questions - many of whom actually served on ...