La Vindemia Bed & Breakfast
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I have to say leaving for Survivor was sooooo much easier. When I went there it was with the clothes on my back and my passport which I turned over like a 10 year old. I didn't have to think, do I have my camera, extra cards,my cell phone with a sim card,travel insurance, money, credit card,selfie stick, selfie remote button for other shots, extra flash cards, dive ...
... a set of travel scales to weigh the bags.. For dinner it was TGI Fridays, with Dan and I reminiscing of eating at this restaurant in London on Christmas Eve 1994. I had a cheesy risotto served on a hot skillet plate with shrimp, Gracie a cranberry and pecan salad, Hams stuck to some chicken and Dan tried the pasta. Tom just for something different, had a cheddar, bacon burger!
Back to the hotel for a night swim (Tom was brave) and a hour in the hot tub. Hitting Legoland ...
... whipped cream). Very nice. The kids insist on trying the minigolf, though it is not included with admission to the park! So we pay extra since we are on holiday, but the minigolf isn't anything special. The Lego models around here are good though, and both William and Miranda try the knight's jousting ride (just a horse going around on a track), and Miranda and I try the "Knight's destiny" ride - which is actually two seats strapped to a ...
... Story Midway Mania game (much to Ben's joy) and also watched the parade of (modern) Disney characters.
Although the park was crowded, it wasn't nearly as packed as Universal Studios had been and so when we decided to have lunch it was very easy to find a shady table and enjoy the meal (or, in my case, two meals - due to a slight communications issue, or possibly my short term memory problems, when Jill went to the Greek takeaway ...
... years ago or this was probably as far south as we would have made it today).
We roll into La Jolla, park and walk around for several hours. It's a cute tiny town on the water (albeit on the VERY upscale side). On the rocky shore, lots of sea lions, pelicans and a variety of birds lounge around while tourists snap pictures.
As all of the bird and people watching is tiring, we grab ...
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