Cabrillo Inn & Suites Airport
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... our dinner.
Steve and Therese, with Christine and David in tow, leave early, hailing a taxi home. The rest of us prefer to walk. We walk back under a twillight sky, for it is still not very dark despite the late hour. The boys skip, holding hands with their cousins down the darkened sidewalk. The babies have long since fallen asleep in their strollers and Ergo, while the adults just pray the kids will actually fall asleep tonight. Tomorrow will be a big day. ...
... spend $6 to ride a 1 minute roller coaster). I really enjoyed the scenery at mission beach and felt like I was truly in California when I saw guys with long hair skateboarding down the boardwalk. We walked pretty far down on the beach before we came upon a squid/seaweed looking creature that Jessie and Jack became very fond of. We debated for 5 minutes over what phylum this obscure looking sea creature belonged to before we agreed it was indeed seaweed and decided to sneak up on ...
... they weren't there. I decided that we should go back after supper and take a flashlight. When I got back to our site however Bev and Roger were already there visiting with Bob in our motor home! We had a little chat and made plans for tomorrow.
Bob barbequed some steaks and we had a great dinner, watched a little TV and had an early night. ...
I got up this morning at 7.30am, showered, dressed and then went in search of breakfast. Breakfast at the hostel was very simple, really toast, a bit of cereal and a make your own waffles. After breakfast i went back to the room, got ready for the day, tidied up and then left the hostel.
From the hostel i walked up the street to the bus stop. I caught bus number 7 to ...
... some younger child's episodes (no names please) it was a nice outing. The truth is that the zoos in Israel are great and there wasn't anything really knew for us except maybe the Panda who was fast asleep (and we had to wait in the sun almost half an hour to see her!) But our kids love animals, reptiles, insects, and they had a good time.
From the zoo we found our way to the one and only kosher restaurant in San Diego, the Grille. As you ...