4-Day Work Event Bonanza at Loews Coronado in San Diego.

Whenever I can combine work and travel together, sign me up. This year, my work trip brought me to San Diego where I would be spending 4 days staying in at Loews Coronado Hotel and 1 day dinner on a boat. How cool is that?

San Diego weather did not disappoint. The sun was as bright as it could be at every angle. It was beaming at 80 degrees. And the view…..

room view

The VIEW! I could not get enough of.

terrace view
conference room view
back of the hotel view

Oh, the food was also quite good. I tried their fish tacos as well as a couple of appetizers from calamari to the pizza dish. Everything was fulfilling and quite tasty.

fish taco plate

On our last night, we had our last dinner party at the USS midway. Even though it was quite cool and windy, I still enjoyed it. We also got the chance to take a look around the museum and see the historical collections of aircrafts. I think it is one of the must-see activity in San Diego.

sunset photo op
top of the USS Midway
view from the USS Midway
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2 thoughts on “4-Day Work Event Bonanza at Loews Coronado in San Diego.

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