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... many people would get stuck if the ship was sinking.
In the middle of the ship they had a some pretty cool flight simulators that you get strapped into and get to fly a fighter. The cool thing about this game is that when you steer your plane in the game, the whole box you are strapped into moves around and depending on how you fly you will be upside-down in no time. Hunter left his wallet in his ...
... to Old Town for dinner. This is the part of San Diego where people lived even before California was a state. There were many old building for us to see, a big grassy space with gigantic trees, a flagpole and a cannon. Mexican food was on our mind so we waited outside the Casa de Reyes and watched some dancers before our table was ready. We ate outside while lights started twinkling in the trees and in the sky. Back to the Bahia then for bed ....goodnight moon.
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... postcards and fridge magnets. They also have some really nice places to eat if you want Italian or Japanese or to a nice steakhouse and they are open for Lunch and Dinner and after work drinks with happy hour specials!
To Go out for Dinner – Some many different places to eat out they have Mexican – Italian – Steakhouse we went to this one Steakhouse where we had these 2 for 1 Burgers and it was so delicious! They had sweet potatoe gems that came as a ...
... said wasnt possible; to see the famous san diego zoo and check out seaworld. I met up with Jeanette and Mike at starbucks and as were all heading to the zoo first shared a cab. The zoo was pretty awesome, the first thing we saw was the monkey's and they were all awesome. It only fueled my desire for a pet monkey. There were heaps to see at the zoo; panda bears, other bears, elephants, tigers, safari animals etc. We had heard the S.D zoo was the biggest in America but we were ...