Hampton Inn-Hotel Circle South, San Diego
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Today is zoo day so we all meet in the lobby at 9 am or just after due to blog duties. We then jumped in a cab and headed off to the zoo.
Not sure there is much I can tell you about the zoo that you don't already know, it has animals and plenty of walking paths.
When we first arrived we jumped on the bus that took us around the zoo for 35 minutes. After we got off we then walked around and had a closer ...
... amp; blue of the USA colours, in celebration of 4th July.
After getting tickets we went to the Explorers Reef and patted the shark and let the cleaner fish eat the dead skin of Jesse's fingers.
We moved on to Shamu Stadium and learnt some interesting facts about the Killer Whales and watched their show before checking them out in the underwater viewing area, attached to the stadium performance pool.
We are off to the San Diego airport to begin our journey. We are excited to embark on our great Italian adventure and hoping for smooth travels. Due to the length of the journey and time differences, it will be tomorrow when we arrive in Rome. Oops, bad weather in Texas delayed the arrival of ...
... It was interesting to learn that this is where California started. We had dinner at Old town Mexican where the tortilla's are made by hand by the little old ladies out the front of the shop.
The next day we caught the trolley into town to visit the USS Midway. The ship was commissioned in 1945 and was the world's largest ship for a decade. It was decommissioned in 1992. The ship is massive and we spent around 4 hours touring all areas of the ship. ...
... and areas that were eroded where you could tell water had run toward the ocean. The view was spectacular! Next we drove north along the coast where the highway ran right beside the water. Bev and I walked down to the water and waded around awhile. There was parking along the highway that was in high demand. One motor home had pulled in, taking up maybe three or four parking spots and had their slides ...