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The Travelodge San Diego Mission Valley/Hotel Circle is conveniently located off I-8 and is centrally located on Hotel Circle, just a brief drive from all San Diego's most popular attractions, including two nearby Shopping Malls. Save time by purchasing your attraction or tour tickets at our front desk. You may also enjoy the Trolley Tour of San Diego which stops directly in front of our hotel.
If you prefer, simply relax in our heated Swimming Pool and Spa or enjoy the comfort of our beautiful cabanas while overlooking the pool. We offer Free High Speed Wireless Internet Access. Our Guest Laundry & our Business Center are also available for your convenience. For your dining pleasure we have two Restaurants on site, and in the evening there is live entertainment at the Piano Bar.
Special considerations: Local airport shuttles serve our hotel. Contact us for details.
Activitiesthe park consists of all of the bay and most of its shore areas and stretches for miles. There are many park facilities within a short driving distance, each with their own personality. is a park and beach with the main attraction being the many seals lying on nearby rocks, or on the beach within a few feet from your view! This is a protected marine area for snorkeling, swimming, and scuba diving among the seals. The La Jolla Caves are located nearby. La Jolla is about a 15 minute drive north on Interstate 5. is a beautiful scenic area a short drive south with high sheer cliffs.Tide Pooling in San Diego is best is at Scripps Pier in La Jolla. Another area can be found before you reach Cabrillo Monument, on the west side. It is best to go a little while before low tide. There is fishing, boating, parasailing, photography, whale-watching (in the winter) and so much more. Lie on the sand, walk in the surf, swim, boogie board, surf, and just enjoy! Grunion are a small silver fish found only along the coast of southern California & northern Baja California. It's quite a site to see thousands of Grunion come out of the water completely to lay their eggs in the wet beach sand on a few nights after the highest tide associated with each full or new moon.
San Diego International Airport: Getting to San Diego International Airport is easy from most major roadways. Be sure to monitor traffic conditions during certain times of the day. It is essential to allow yourself enough time for airline check-in and to pass through security. Arrive two (2) hours prior to domestic flight departures and three (3) hours prior to international flight departures.The Airport is served by I-5 with connections to State Route 163, I-8 and I-15.
Attractions: San Diego California hosts attractions like Sea World, Wild Animal Park, Legoland and so much more...Sea World : This is at the top of our list. The San Diego Seaworld was the first Seawold in the world. You can see first hand various types of animals such as beluga whales, orca whales, a pilot whale, polar bears, dolphins, penguins, manatees, and much more. When it comes to the rides they are short and slightly dissapointing. It should be noted that this is the most expensive attraction, at nearly $60 for an adult. We recommend you pay $10 more and get the 2 day pass. With this pass you get a behind the scenes tour. The tour is different each day, but we got a close up look at a pilot whale, and had the opportunity of petting various small sharks. Wild Animal Park: This is the Zoo of the future. Animals roam and interact with one another in over 2000 acres. The animals are all truly happy. There is a lot to see and do. Since this is 35 miles out of the city you will need to rent a car or take a tour to get there. We highly recommend this attraction. The must see exhibits include the all new lion habitat. We witnessed 5 lions cuddling within inches from us. You should also take some time to feed giraffes. The featured attraction is a 1 hour narrated train ride, that takes you through the various habitats, you should do this no matter what. Our favorite was dining at the restaurant in the Heart of Africa habitat. You can eat outside and have an amazing view of the habitat. World Famous San Diego Zoo: This is probably the most famous Zoo in the world, and placed San Diego on the map for many tourists. They have several exhibits that are not available at other zoos, such as being able to watch panda bears. You should also take some time to view the Mountain Gorilla habitat, as it's one of the best in any zoo.
Old Town: Historic Old Town is nestled in heart of San Diego, with over 150 restaurants, shops, and historical sites. Old Town, the Birthplace of California, is just a short walk from the San Diego Trolley Transit Center and a short drive from most San Diego destinations. Old Town is home to: 32 Restaurants 106 Speciality Shops 12 Art Galleries 27 Historic Buildings & Sites Old Town San Diego State Historic Park Heritage Park (Victorian Homes) Presidio Park Sheriff's Museum Old Town Trolley Tours Mormon Battalion Visitors Center.
Mexico : Read about Tijuana, Mexico. Did you know Tijuana is the world's most-visited border city? Many visitors find Tijuana intimidating, but if you read our guides, you'll be prepared for Tijuana. Learn how to cross the border to Tijuana and come back, find out how to get around Tijuana. Get a preview of Tijuana on a photo walking tour and learn the best places to shop in Tijuana. And if you take our luxury tour of Tijuana, you won't be able to stop telling your friends about it. If you're unsure about visiting Tijuana, our practical guide will tell you what to expect in Tijuana, what to take and what to leave at home. We'll clue you in about a little-known Tijuana shopping area and even tell you where to "go" in Tijuana.
Seaport Village: Even before browsing any of our 54 specialty merchants or perusing the menus of our 17 restaurants, you'll sense a difference at Seaport Village. It's shopping that doesn't quite feel like it. Four miles of tree-lined paths. Quaint maritime buildings. Fourteen acres of coastal paradise. Sweeping panoramas of San Diego's Big Bay. Weekly music and entertainment. All of it made even better by that everyday San Diego sun. Whether shopping, dining or just strolling, Seaport Village provides it all. Everything. Under the sun.On your next trip to San Diego you can be assured of two things: the weather will be amazing and you'll discover lots to do at Seaport Village. Whether whiling away a whole day or just stepping out for an hour, our 50-plus diverse shops, 17 unique eateries and outdoor entertainment will more than satisfy. Come explore Seaport Village's sprawling tropical grounds and find everything under the sun.
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