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Cedar Rapids, Iowa
March 25, 2008
September 13, 2006
From journal SAN
by wanderer 2005
February 15, 2005
The Westin Hotel is adjacent to the mall, just in case you need a nap afterward. You could spend the entire day here, just wandering around and looking at the architecture, the colors, artwork, and specialty shops.
As an added bonus, around Christmastime, the Westin hotel offers stay-and-shop specials with a special room rate and coupons books to use at various stores inside the plaza. Take a day to stroll through this wonderland. It's so Cat in the Hat-ish.
From journal Down by the Sea
January 6, 2004
From journal Christmas in San Diego
June 19, 2003
There's also a foreign exchange, US Post Office, travel agency services, hair and nail salons, restaurants, and a 14 screen movie theater.
Opens Mon-Sat at 10am, Sun at 11am.
From journal Gaslamp Plaza Suites
January 16, 2001
It has very picturesque colors and architecture. There are colored tile mosaics, walls, and flags everywhere, and walkways coming and going in all directions. They even have a clock from the 1907 World's Fair in Sacremento.
Oh, and they have great shopping too, with anchor stores like Nordstrom's, Macy's, Mervyn's, and over 100 other stores and lots of kiosk merchants.
Horton Plaza has a large parking garage, and up to 3 hours of parking is free if you buy anything (even a candy bar) in Horton Plaza. This means you can park in Horton Plaza and go shopping and sightseeing in both Horton Plaza and the Gas Lamp Quarter.
The locals probably think it is too touristy, but Horton Plaza is not to be missed! Even if you don't enjoy shopping, the colors and architecture at Horton Plaza are worth seeing.
From journal La Jolla/San Diego
New Orleans, Louisiana
July 26, 2000
From journal Sunny, Beautiful San Diego