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Day 1: didn't get much sleep last night. Chris didn't sleep at all! It's barely dawn and we got all 12 suitcases plus two very excited boys in the shuttle with time to spare. The airport is a breeze, we're so spoiled in San Diego. The boys have been good so far, other than ordering a **** load of food for breakfast and preceding to be "full" after two bites. Kaeleb keeps asking for the time every few minutes, he doesn't want to be late, like ...
... by the Indians, the history you are looking at and how well it has been preserved. The church itself was beautiful inside. It is an active church with early mass. We stopped in the chapel and lit a candle for our moms. We skipped the museum for time, although we could have spent all morning there. The largest pier was next, at Oceanside, complete with a restaurant at the end, tons of people and a very comfortable pelican. The views of the beaches and surfers look just like the ...
Up early today as we wanted to be at the park before it opened at 10am. We had our free continental breakfast and drove the short 5km to SeaWorld. We had to pay $15 for parking before getting our tickets which were $85 each. We went straight to the Manta Ray RollerCoaster and didn't have to wait at all which was awesome. We got off in time for the hands on show with the dolphins where we got close enough to touch them. Then we went to ...
... thin with goat cheese filling and a chunk of honeycomb to spread on it. My mouth may or may not be watering now as I think about it.
Thursday night I cooked my favourite meal from home: Burmese Chicken and Spinach Curry, which the family really liked, but unfortunately Olivia's palate remains unchanged with its feelings towards spinach.
After Friday I can officially say I've been to a taping of a show in LA! Baby Daddy is very funny, and ...
... s lemonade with water which was funny.
We returned to the hotel and then went to see the pool. This was on the 6th floor of the hotel overlooking the city. It was great. Boys swam and we sat in the hot tubs. This is getting quite a habit now.
Another long day traveling and a complete contrast yet again to everywhere we have been. My first impressions of San Diego is that it is very relaxed and anything goes. Think I'm gonna like it here a ...
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