Lion's Head Guest House Bed and Breakfast
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Today we got up reasonably early and met out for breakfast at a bit after 9 to be on the road by 10am. We headed to the San Diego zoo with the guys, we had all agreed that's what we would do today. Bobbie and I have been to a fair few zoos on this trip but San Diego is meant to be the best in the world and we love animals so we were still pretty keen for it. It was a massive zoo and we didn't see everything, we didn't ...
... is based on. It looked different to the show but you could tell it was it as the line to get in was around the corner!! Safe to say we reneged on entering!! But it was good to check it out! Our Friday night ended up quite large and rather than leaving the Saturday for San Diego we decided to book another night as we were both were feeling a bit ill and tired for a 4-5hour drive!! We spent most of the day relaxing in our room pigging out on hot dogs ...
... in stability.
We were so busy trying to get everything ready for this trip that we were unable to train much. We should have trained in technology as well as riding a bike that is so heavy you can't even push it.
We thought we would hit so many little stores and gas stations, but nope. We hit 1 yesterday and it was bare. Chocolate milk though. We always prepare for food. However, not this time. Luckily we put in a ...
... zonked. I can't imagine that room if we weren't. It would have been maddening
In the morning we took a walk down to the Padres ballpark and noticed that it appears that there's a fitness requirement in San Diego. We passed like a gazillion joggers.
Baseball fans take note: the Padres are moving the outfield wall in about 10 feet. It was already a hitter's park and now it's gonna be a crazy Colorado Rockie-esque park
We travel with 3 GPS units, a Cobra Truck GPS, a Rand McNally RV GPS, and a TomTom. Every so often they are all disagree. The correct turn off Rt 8 was one of those times. We opted for the RV GPS. It had all pertinent info in it re: the coach - height, weight, length - all the necessities. The truck one did too, but since the RMcN got the directions by selecting the campground, what could go ...