Foxwood Suites

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Travel Blogs from San Diego

A 'Killer' Day Out in San Diego

A travel blog entry by the_conways on Aug 20, 2014

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... rocky skin. However, my highlight of the day had to be the rollercoaster named Manta.This ride was the fastest ride in the park, which involved a sudden acceleration at the start which went from 0 to 43 mph in 3 seconds. Manta had tons of drops and speedy corners throughout, which added to the excitement of our day. I would recommend Sea World for anyone who is considering visiting San Diego.

Lions and Tigers and Sharks...oh my!!!....

A travel blog entry by zoesevi on Jun 20, 2014

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... very big at all. More of a theme park than a place to see and learn about the oceans wonders - wouldn't recommend wasting your time on this one.

We are now drinking beer and cider by the grill and preparing for a long drive tomorrow towards the direction of the Grand Canyon but with a few pit stops in between - first stop Lake Havasu, AZ.

Tacos, treats and tequilas: San Diego.

A travel blog entry by bognbex on Mar 21, 2014

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... on, the night went a little loco. We have our fair share of embarrassing selfies, which when looked upon now are not recalled. No we are not sharing them with you! One tequila, two tequila, three tequila, FLOOR! Day 2: Bog's day began a bit earlier than Bex's as once again she was unable to keep down what she had drunk the night before. Oh the shame! Fortunately Bex wasn't feeling too great either. Ever the intrepid, brave explorers however ...

Fish and no chips

A travel blog entry by mandmcorp on Jan 14, 2014

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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 ...

San Diego Zoo

A travel blog entry by beckybrookes on Aug 06, 2013

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... thing was being very active; the lion was roaring, the bears were swimming in their pool, the tiger was gnawing on his breakfast bone, the jaguar was growling at everyone who went past! It was brilliant!! Once we got off the bus we decided the quickest way to get to the other side of the zoo was using the aerial tram which turns out to go pretty high over the zoo! But it's cool because you can the zoo (which looks like a rainforest from above) and San ...

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