Dos Picos County Park Campground
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... up on the flight deck.
Balboa Park didn't end up happening - we spent all of our time on the wharf, but there are no regrets. Quickly downed some lunch - the kids even asked for a salad - go figure! Next stop, the Major League Baseball.
What an experience! The San Diego Padres vs the Arizona Diamondbacks. Today's match was the last for the Padres at home for the season. They are the bottom of the ladder with barely a win all season. Guess what? They must have ...
... The speed and water jets push you up and down towards the splash pool! Simon and I got a little too high and was probably on the verge of falling out. To calm ourselves down we went to to wave machine and then to an open top tube ride before relaxing in the sun. During the afternoon we repeated the rides we went on and then headed home for food.
It would be our last night in San Diego so we decided to go to the sports ...
... which we thought looked quite authentic but we all agreed the food was terrible!
After that, we returned the hire car after 10 days and caught a taxi back to the hotel. The others had a rest while I visited the Maritime Museum which is also across the road.
We enjoyed another meal at he Elephant and ...
... their crusts with. The restaurant was right near the world famous Hotel Del, which to my fellow Kissimmee-ans is what The Grand Floridian at Disney is modeled after. We wandered the property and watched the ocean and sunset. After our escapades we went to a local ice cream shop called Moo Time. My cookie dough sundae was flawless. And finally, since we were already in Coronado area, we went and saw the San Diego skyline before heading ...
... which was a cute beach town south of where we are staying. We were going to get out and walk around but we decided to just do a drive by since we wouldn't be buying anything in the shops anyway.
After leaving Coronado we headed to the Gaslamp Quarter. We parked and got out to walk around here. It reminded us some of old city with all the bars, restaurants, and shops around. We walked around for a while just checking it out and then headed to the Hopping Pig to grab a late ...
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