Best Western Yacht Harbor Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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We begin with apologies for not including the picture of Juicy on Route 66 in our last blog, admin error!!! You can catch up with the Juicy in the attached photographs.After three days in Juicy and a lot of negotiating/crying,Andy relented and a hotel was booked. We stayed on the quayside in the Shelter Island area of San Diego. This was a very …
... ran right out. Turning right onto the main road into the city, with our motel ten minutes away, we drove straight into the two feet of water which had turned the road into a temporary reservoir. Whilst every other car on the road was a typically American mini tank that had no problem scything through the water, our car seriously struggled to keep moving. After going somewhat off track so Josh could take over the navigation of the worsening roads, we managed to crawl through ...
... we had not seen in a zoo before included the Andean Condor, Caracas, Jaguar, Tapir and Porcupine. There was also a 5day old Giraffe!
After walking around for most the morning we jumped on the tour bus which once again took us back around the park telling us bits and pieces about the animals.
FUN FACT - The San Diego Zoo has more than 4,000 animals from 800 species!
After dinner we went on a pub crawl that the hostel runs each week. The first pub we ...
... feel the internal rumble of a deep and primal hunger. The engine is getting up to speed, the core starting to demand more fuel. Tomorrow morning we depart by 6 am en route to Warner Springs and two large flat rate boxes full of delicious and varied food, a hikers dream come true.
Today was a very special day in two significant ways. It marks our first week on trail, seven days of hiking are now behind us. We also crossed mile 100 today, just 2,560 left to go. Nothing to ...
... elephants, a baby giraffe with ma and pa carefully watching their progeny, countless birds, bears, big cats, wild dogs, things that creep, slither, scuttle, crawl and swim. the only problem is that the place was rammed with people who seemed to think me and the missus were invisible. seriously folks! i am not small!! Luckily, we had bought tickets for Monster Jam at the Qualcomm stadium that night so we had a way to release the anger and aggression! Monster ...