Travel Blogs from San Diego
... It is a cute little place in an old house. It has nice ambiance and dim lighting with a great outdoor porch. We were seated quickly, but after that, it was pretty much down hill. Our waitress said she had been there for two years, although her inattentive demeanor and insecurity said differently. The service was extremely slow. The Italian bread with very good and had a sweetness about it. It came with a "little bit" of olive oil and a balsamic vinegar. Our appetizers ...
Up early (just for a change) and a swift exit back into San Diego for a day at Sea World.
We eat breakfast in the RV whilst we wait for the car park to open. Strangely although the park opens at 9am you can't do anything other than go to the gift shops until 10am! The park opens properly with a blast of the US National Anthem. We somehow can't see Chessington World of Adventures or the London Aquarium doing the same in the UK.
First stop is the dolphins, this is ...
... t do anything too hectic and headed for a farmer's market in Little Italy. The hundreds of stalls all had amazing samples and we love our samples, so instead of buying lunch we just stocked up on the freebies! At 4pm we set off to Tijuana in a group of 20 and a guide from the hostel. On the way there on the tram, an American woman warned us that we shouldn't go to Mexico and she couldn't think of one reason why we would want to ...
We had a really good flight over to LA from Melbourne. The bonus was we had the 3 seats between the two of us so plenty of room. Managed to get a little sleep as well.
Arrive in LA just before 7am on March 9. Took the shuttle bus to the car rental lot and picked up our car. We had a choice of vehicle do we ended up with a Mazda 3, practicaly brand new. Put the Tom Tom on and away we went. It was about 9.30am. We have named the GPS Lucy Lou - Don't get us ...
... been we still managed to be the last ones on the plane and with Marie's red hair people insisted on stopping her for every "airport security check point there is". After many a frisk and bomb test we were told to run to the plane so off we went in a wild sprint so as to not ruin our chances of getting on that plane to begin our adventure. We stepped on board sweating and slightly embarrassed to walk through hitting every passengers arm on the way through ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility