The Grand Del Mar
- Minbar in room
- Shuttle bus service
- Conference facilities
- Adult pool
- Room service
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... coast to San Ysidro to explore what is down there. What we found wasn’t really inspiring. It is right at the border crossing to Tijuana. There was a huge pedestrian overpass that led to the Mexican border. We hadn’t brought our passports so we didn’t go. On the US side there is little to recommend. It was money exchanges, fast food restaurants, cell phone stores, and shoe stores. We tried to find a restaurant for lunch but there were only the fast food chains. ...
... busy and Karen and I really stuck out among the Peruvians. We were going to walk further down the road but a local man stopped us and told us it was not safe for us to go there alone so we walked back to the wharf. At the dock there were local vendors selling everything Peruvian, and we we able to buy a few things. The ship left port at 4:20, heading to Callao, Peru which is the port for Lima and the jump off point for us as we fly to Machu Picchu for the next 3 days.
... movie Top Gun. We watched some of that movie on the cruise to Alaska and that is where I first learned about aircraft carriers.
We went to the San Diego Zoo and had a blast. We saw tons of animals, including lions, giraffes, koalas, and elephants and pandas. It was neat to realize that the next time we see some of these animals, there won't be any cages or bars. I think my mom was really excited ...
... was a identified by streets with a letter or a number like 1st street or A drive) for some shopping at Horton plaza?? bought some shoes from Aldo and then got some lunch and ben and jerry's. i shared a Mongolian bowl with Tinka (from Germany) then we got on the bus and went down to the bay to do speed boat ride. lots of fun and pretty thriling. got to drive and it was a beautiful day. then when we got to the hotel we got ready ...
... br> The drive only takes about 45 minutes but you have to cross the border from Mexico to the United States. When we reached the border we had to get out of the car with all our bags to pass through customs. The line wasnt very long when we arrived so we made it through in around 15 minutes. We were told by our shuttle driver to wait at a location on the other side of the border as he was going to drive through. We were waiting and waiting but ...