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Travel Blogs from San Diego

Touch down -San Diego

A travel blog entry by jruetz

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... cool" because that would be the last time I would see that low of a temperature for another 6 hours and 15 minutes. The mean temperature for this trip was about 107 with a high of 110.3 and the low of 102 when I started. The last hour from 7 to 8 when I hit the foothills and caught some elevation in contrast it dropped all the way to 67 degrees - giving the total temperature difference for this segment a whopping 43 degrees. Usually the reason to stop ...

A Whale's Vagina.

A travel blog entry by gallery79

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... of awesomeness that shouldn't be missed...so we didn't.
After burritos I went to Poway to visit Paula, Kelly and the Del Mar Dobermans. They'd been asking me to bring rain with me when I came to SD...and I didn't fail them. I brought them their first rain in ages...though just a drizzle. When I arrived at Paula and Kelly's house, two massive Dobermans came charging at me in full gallop. If I hadn't already met ...

Fish and no chips

A travel blog entry by mandmcorp

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... We chose not to sit in the bottom rows as those people got very wet.

We visited the dolphin encounter where the girls managed to pat a dolphin. Apparently they feel like rubber. The girls were also allowed to feed the sea lions who begged and cried for food. It was quite funny to watch and reminded me a little of feeding ducks.

The big show of the day was the Whale Show which featured half a dozen whales including a baby. They ...

Day 125 - San Diego zoo and Gaslamp night

A travel blog entry by jayandbob

This is a top pick!
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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 ...

Hello America

A travel blog entry by smarch73

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... mountainous this area is. I had imagined it to be quite flat but that thought was not based on anything - just an assumption I guess. The number of massive houses parked on top of hills was phenomenal - some people here clearly do not need to be tipped - they have ample savings & more!

These crazy people drive fast & on the wrong side of the road. That's going to take some getting used to.

We enjoyed our ...

 

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