Out & About San Diego — #6: Sheraton Harbor Island is a great place to stay when you come to San Diego
Sheraton Harbor Island
is a great place to stay
when you come to San Diego
This post is dedicated to Al and Peggy Cunningham, aliens who live north of the border in Brampton, Ontario, Canada.
Al and Peggy were all set to come to San Diego to visit in September 2010. Just a couple of days before they were to get on the airplane, one of them (won’t mention any names) realized that HIS passport had expired. Trip canceled.
I was out and about San Diego on a whale watching cruise yesterday, and as the boat left San Diego Bay, it passed right by the Sheraton Harbor Island where Al and Peggy had reservations. I thought it would be nice of me to take some pictures of what they missed.
Here we have the Sheraton Harbor Island as viewed from the Bay at sunset:
The Sheraton Harbor Island is right across the street from the San Diego International Airport. As you’re coming from the airport exit, this is the view of the Sheraton Harbor Island:
There are no bad rooms at the Sheraton Harbor Island, and most rooms, if not all of them, have a view of downtown San Diego, which looks something like this when the sun is setting:
If you know anyone moving to the Toronto area in Canada and need some great real estate agents, contact Al and Peggy Cunningham, voted “Best people in real estate in 2011,” their sixteenth year receiving that recognition.
Pictures taken by Russel Ray using a Canon 550D.
Post-processing using Corel PaintShop Pro X4.