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... me to see all the shows, use their facilities and see the animal exhibits. This pass is the most valuable and most suited entry pass for students because of it's cheaper price, however it may be a bit pricey for some students.
I made my way into the park and walked towards the dolphin exhibit named Dolphin Point. There were many dolphins and it ...
... we thought we were in Africa, because there were no doors
This is one amazing park – a definite come back spot in San Diego – as the Mission Bay Park.
... is also not to be
missed. It is full of shops, boutiques and restaurants. Here, you
can wander around and shop for trinkets, and have a cold beer or
margarita before heading back to the ship. It has a fun and festive
If one is looking for the Ritz and
glitz, head to La Jolla which is famous for resorts catering to the
rich and famous. Some of the best restaurants sit over-looking the
rocky bluff to the ...
... we would need a whole day there so made sure we were there for it opening. (Which meant setting the alarm again!) only 5 miles across the bridge from Coronado it wasn't too early a start! We arrived at the Zoo and thankfully there were no queues. A lady approached us at the ticket gate and gave us a free 1 day membership pass which saved us around 30 dollars - cool. We boarded the tour bus, first ride of the day, again no queues which was good. ...
... a $44 entrance fee I stumbled across the most stunning area about half way down called El Prado (sorry Madrid). It's a gorgeous pedestrianised street lined with buildings I'm told represent the Spanish Colonial, Mission, and Pueblo revival styles. All I know is that it feels late-middle-age-eclesiastic/moorish/cam bodian, equipped with a botanical garden somewhere between the framework for Noah's ark and the pterosaur cage from Jurassic Park 3, and 'The Muesum of ...