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    Default Places to stay in San Diego

    I've been informed we are going to SD for a family vacation.
    any suggestions on motels and activities?
    I'm sure they want to go to the beach, zoo and Sea world.

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    I'm not sure if things have changed for the better over the last couple of years but when I go, I swing the extra cake and stay at Coronado Isl. or La Jolla. Too many dirtbags at O.B. (Ocean Beach) Mission and Pacific to deal with along the boardwalks ect. I would not even consider Imperial beach ect. which are the southern beaches towards the border.

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    the pacific terrace is a newer hotel on the beach in north pacific beach... its very nice and perfect for families, actually thats all i see there when i ride by on my bike... check it out is definately nice and on mission bay there is the bahia... also dont count out the places downtown or in coronado

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    http://www.loewshotels.com/en/Hotels.../Overview.aspx

    Lowes Coronado Bay Hotel is very nice... and has one of the best Sunday brunches in the US. We will be there next Sunday for sure stuffing our faces!

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    check out old town and the mission and balboa park,the zoo,go for breakfast at adams steak and eggs,bloodie mary ae great,also the swapmeet at the sports arena is a good way to kill a sunday
    CLEAR YOUR MIND ,AND YOUR ASS WILL FOLLOW

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nashvillebound View Post
    http://www.loewshotels.com/en/Hotels.../Overview.aspx

    Lowes Coronado Bay Hotel is very nice... and has one of the best Sunday brunches in the US. We will be there next Sunday for sure stuffing our faces!
    Getting married there in August. Awesome Hotel. They probably do not even have any rooms available. They usually sell out during the summer months.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BigTyme View Post
    Getting married there in August. Awesome Hotel. They probably do not even have any rooms available. They usually sell out during the summer months.
    The only thing wrong with your reply is the "getting married" part... we need to talk

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    if ya want to spend some $$" HOTEL DEL CORANADO" is the shittt!
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    Whatever you do do NOT stay at the Manchester Grand Hyatt San Diego. The Cleakforks and us flew in for the LA boat show to find a POS hotel room and a staff that did not care.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TITTIES AND BEER View Post
    if ya want to spend some $$" HOTEL DEL CORANADO" is the shittt!
    Yeah $700 a night is a little much for me (not a baller)
    but looks very nice.

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    Hay Carlson-jet! Take it easy! I'm one of those dirt bags that lives and cruises the board walk in Mission Beach.

    Now that I got that out of the way. I would stay near Mission Beach in one of the bigger hotels on the Bay. You can walk to the beach and the BOARD WALK, the zoo is a 10 minute drive, Old Town is 5 minutes, and Sea World is about 2 minutes away. The bigger hotels have nice pools for the family and you won't have to deal with Dirt Bags like me and Bruddah who live about a 2 minute bike ride away. The Bahia, Dana on Mission Bay, and the Hyatt Regency are all real nice and close to eveything.

    Have fun.

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