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Our plan was to have a beach day at the state park just outside San Diego, and camp the night there before, hitting the city early the next day. So we continued our journey down the Pacific Coast Highway, until we came across San Ejio State Park, which had sites right on the beach available. So we parked up, and moseyed down to the beach. It was pretty busy, with some of the Mexicans around there setting up a BBQ, and many others taking advantage of ...
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... acres of vegetables and fruit, whole sections of the road perfumed by ripe strawberries. Fans of Steinbeck novels can't fail to recognise the land about which he wrote. Seventy five years on, the majority of fields are still harvested by the Mexican populations who migrate across the border for this demanding work. It appears little has changed, except maybe his graphic descriptions didn't include a landscape swathed in parts in plastic sheeting and polytunnels.
... of walking. Perfect location really, but realised I could spend a week just exploring the zoo and park, let alone seeing the rest of SD. Coming back here for sure! Maybe time it for comic-con or something :D Watched an elephant have a pedicure and listened to Ronald the keeper talking about how they care for them. Other highlights were the sky cable car, bus tour, and beautiful setting for the zoo, such a lovely place ...
... is the historic heart of the city. It is a 16 block area and has at least 94 historic buildings. Many events and festivals including Mardi Gras are held in this area throughout the year.
We continued across the Coronado Bridge which takes one to Coronado Island which is a very affluent part of San Diego. There are about 25,000 people living here and of those about 60% have military backgrounds meaning they are either classified as Active or Retired. The ...
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