La Mision Motel

Address: 767 Paseo Playas, Tijuana, Baja California, Mexico | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Tijuana

Seaworld.... San Diego style!

A travel blog entry by beckybrookes on Aug 02, 2013

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... to Florida which means we saw them already haha!) Beluga Whales! We tried to spot the baby but she was hiding at the back of their big, deep enclosure! I decided that to maximise our efficiency during the day we needed a plan of action, there are a lot of shows, rides and exhibits to see! So I drew up a plan and first stop, the Shamu show! Even though Lauren and I had already seen it (twice) in Orlando, it was still brilliant! And Sam was nearly as excited as me ...

Day : Mexico > Malibu

A travel blog entry by danjamespotter on Jul 03, 2013

... and even gave an extra dollar to the waiter, because he asked for it... We left and looked round a souvenir shop the other side of the road. A man followed us round and kept wanting us to buy things. Ryan bought a big Cuban cigar for his dad and I got roped in to buying my dad a leather belt. I got mine down from $35 to $20. We walked round a bit and found a McDonald's where I bought a Hershey's cookies and cream mcflurry. Amazing. We walked in and found a ...

Day 4

A travel blog entry by cnl_1578 on Mar 26, 2013

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... back trunk the whole day on Mexico's bumpy roads and I can't believe Antonio could still sleep through this he was even snoring. Some how their voices sound real familiar and the way their hair looked like when we were looking at them also looks familiar making me wonder who it was. I'm never going to Tijuana ever ...

San Diego

A travel blog entry by travelgirl2013 on Mar 22, 2013

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... GPS told us that there were traffic issues along that route. Instead, we came up the Pacific Coastal Highway which is a little more scenic since it parallels the ocean much of the way. The Pacific Coastal Highway also runs through the small (surfer) towns that lie along the coast. It's a really interesting drive since each town has its own distinctive qualities. Lots of little stores and eateries mixed in with an abundance of surfing related ...

Mexico riba riba

A travel blog entry by msinclair1956 on Sep 23, 2012

2 comments, 13 photos

... Hope and some soldiers with
audio of him telling jokes to troups in action.
We miss out on going to the Gaslamp area which is such a shame – so
looks like the French Quarter in New Orleans.
We travel across one of the biggest bridges over the bay, it is 2.1
miles long, and is so high, thank goodness the bus driver doesn’t do heights
and travels next to the middle, but absolutely stunning views from the bridge!

Next stop ...

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