Villa Capri by the Sea

Address: 1417 Orange Ave, Coronado, California, 92118-2948, United States | Motel
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This motel, located in the Coronado area of Coronado, is near Lamb's Players Theatre, Coronado Visitor Center, Museum of History and Art, and Coronado Historical Museum.
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      Travel Blogs from Coronado

      Arrived in Coronado for SEAL reunion.

      A travel blog entry by aley48 on Aug 13, 2014

      2 comments, 28 photos

      ... road. Digger climbed a hill and said he could see numerous Border Security people up the track. Very strange..... After being told it would be 5 hours before the road opened, we backtracked the 35 miles to Blythe for breakfast. Along the way Tom's rear tyre became a flat tyre - 2nd new tyre to quit on his bike in 4 days.... Dunlops by the way... We then headed west and turned south ...

      Day 14 Plus - leaving CA - destination Yuma, AZ

      A travel blog entry by nodak on Apr 21, 2014

      9 photos

      Leaving CA and heading for Yuma, AZ. But first a drive over the Coronado Bridge and a walk around Coronado Island. Then a stop in the Kensington neighborhood of San Diego to meet and visit with Dixie, Dave's second cousin, and her husband John. We had a great visit and a nice lunch at Pizza Haven. Dixie is the genealogy expert in the family - interesting stories. Then we were off to Yuma, AZ. The drive ...

      Sunny San Diego

      A travel blog entry by rubyhutton on Nov 09, 2013

      5 photos

      ... before heading back to what we thought was a whole evening of packing. However, we realised that going to LA the next day was not the best idea...considering I had a breakdown after our last encounter with the traffic, I'm sure Friday nights would've have caused a full on melt! Mark and Cathy very kindly offered for us to extend our stay, so after picking up our new car on Friday, we went back and cooked dinner to say thank you and planned our next adventure up the ...

      San Diego - definitely not Tijuana

      A travel blog entry by ben_marshall on Aug 19, 2013

      ... good, and struggled with the fact that pesos are indicated with a $ sign despite being worth about 8.3 cents (and the 1:p$18 exchange rate). I bet things would have been cheap though.

      I often like going off the beaten track so I can only imagine I would have walked a 15km loop down along the Tijuana river over heavily crumbling pavements. I think it probably would have felt like San Diego in the sense that they're both clearly Latino, but odder in that ...

      Homeland Security

      A travel blog entry by lizandgazwalker on Jan 15, 2013


      ... to Mexico, no turning back and no passports. Ended up in the back streets of Tijuana totally lost with no GPS. Screeming directions at each other we finally made it back to the US border, but more problems. No passports only our Australian drivers licences. Out of the car and off to Homeland detention where we spent the next 4 hours detained as illegals. They wanted our passports and we did not have ...