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    Hi all,

    DH and i will be heading to San Diego for a Chargers game next weekend. Instead of staying at a hotel we thought we should stay on base. But, i can't seem to find lodging information and when i do i get a list of about 4 difrent places...

    i have asked a close friend that is stationed there and works there to help me out but sadly she has not responded to that email..and i need to book something quickly.

    Cany any of you SD ladies help?


    Thanks,

    Patty

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    You can find all the lodges here:

    https://www.nexnet.nexweb.org/pls/ne...ind_lodge_form
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    We stayed at the lodge on 32nd(I didn't mind it at all!), but I've heard that the one on North Island is nicer!

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    The Lodge at Miramar is north of the stadium. They have two sections, a newer one and older one. They all have kitchens and are I *think* $70 a night.

    The Lodge at North Island is older kind of bunker style, but it's literally right on the beach. They have kitchens too and I think they are also $70 a night.
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    thank you ladies for all the info.
    i knew some were old and some were much nicer..thanks for the info.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Patjim View Post
    thank you ladies for all the info.
    i knew some were old and some were much nicer..thanks for the info.
    32nd Navy Lodge was recently remodeled.. we spent 4 nights in a Family type room.. 2 queen beds, and a kitchenette.

    Could your DH see if he can rent a vacant BEQ? We stayed in the transient CPO barracks during the fires, and it was very nice! And they cost only $25 a night!

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    The lodge on North Island is really nice! It's literally right next to the beach.

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