Super 8 National City
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... here. Lots of parties, and not too quiet! Best place to stay- Mountain View Resort- basic 15.-Ko Jum - small island near Krabi. Quiet, not a lot to do. Very local feel. Great seafood! Decent beaches.if you want to go to a non touristy island, this is a great choice!! You need to have a motorbike to get around here, or like walking! Limited transportation. Best place to stay.. Banyan Bay Villas-mid range-pricey 16.-Ko Lanta- big island, actually attached to the mainland, so you ...
From there we parked on Mission and State Street and walked through to Old Town in Santa Barbara. This was another good 5 mile hike. One interesting highlight is Ablitt House. Click on the photo to find out about this remarkable building.
On to Los Angeles, or should I say through Los Angeles. Maureen was thrilled to be driving in downtown ...
... too. Small world indeed. We thoroughly enjoyed the tour which took us to the 'Old Town' where San Diego started. It is now full of restaurants and Mexican gift shops,an area where several of the old houses have been re-sited as well as the first Jewish Synagogue in San Diego. The Gaslamp quarter with buildings from the early 1900s, to an area called Balboa which was built for an Expo in 1965 and has buildings with about ...
... and understand what's going on is incredible. A very good day out! We retired home and had a dominos delivered to the room! In the morning we departed on the bus up to LA for a few days where we would stay at Venice beach, away from the downtown area. San Diego is a very cool city, a big built up city centre, loads of beaches and attractions and a great climate. You can see why so many people recommend it and I can imagine it would be a great place to ...
... the marine, they pointed out the fault line that goes out to sea and creates the great surfing conditions. And how the cliffs and caves developed and continue to develop/erode overtime. Lots of houses continually being renovated because of the eroding cliffs. The funnest part was getting out to sea across the wave breaks then kayak surfing the waves back to shore. We moved on that afternoon, in search for a rest spot to stay the night, Torrey Pines state park ...