The Grand Del Mar
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... RV's were not allowed in that lot.
We are staying at Campland on the Bay ( www.campland.com) which is a huge camp site by the seaside close to San Diego Seaworld. It has 2 swimming pools and a jacuzzi, a play area, market, cafe and laundry etc. it is very popular in summer and rather popular in winter too.
We had dinner at the cafe and are having a quiet night tonight.
... San Diego.)
In the morning, Traci, my great-niece Reese, and I drove over the bridge to Coronado Island for some walking along the Bayfront, which was predictably delightful. At this location across San Diego Bay you are directly opposite downtown San Diego, as well as the USS Midway aircraft carrier and museum. We were also treated to a surprise "drive by" of the USS Howard, a destroyer whose homeport ...
... have all the happiness in the world every, single day. Kelsey texted about all the ComicCon characters all around her. It must have been an interesting experience. It is crazy how these people envelop their characters.
Neal and I went back to the hotel and went for a walk along the boardwalk. It was a perfect evening. The full moon was gorgeous shining across the ocean. The ocean breezes were cool and fresh. I love it here.
... shut by the time they get there. They have a nice wander and play ball as the last of the shoppers leave. There are lots of native american animal statues to look at (and ride on) and a fountain spraying out a clever display. Dylan and Emma have a game of football in the car park waiting for Taya to settle down.
We really like San Diego; lovely compact city, with a great variety of areas, and a nice buzz to it. Tomorrow the main reason we are here, a trip to San Diego Sea ...
... of Trapezing in the Californian hills. So we left San Diego and headed off on our coastal tour.
First stop on our guided tour of California was Coronado Island. Low and behold we have our own official tour guide to run us through the history of the Island, properties and naval uses. Sam has built an impressive knowledge of the area which meant we also only got told the interesting bits!! ;-) This was a place filled with money!