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... access to a paseo type walkway that went all the way around the bay. It was an awesome place to take Zoe for walks and to ride our bikes. (This was the first trip we took our bikes with our new bike rack.) We went to games on both Saturday and Sunday. Jamie and Ryane have a suite so watching baseball at Petco Park is first class. We went home on ...
... thoughts of sleeping in the car was in our thoughts again. We drive a little further and see a sign saying “campers campground” so we head off the highway and follow the sign. We drive around 4km and were headed into no-man’s land so we decided to turn around. We head down the opposite side to what looks like a service road and get to another campground. We pull over and Aaron asks a couple out of the window whether this campground requires permits and ...
... t realise you got wet, it was fun trying to get others wet too. Pirate Reef... Liam's favourite! Which is interesting since he refused to go on a roller coaster... Maybe I will have some luck at another theme park getting him on a coaster. We were hot and you are guaranteed to get soaking wet in this ride, Enchanted walk... Again another attraction that has woodland creatures all constructed out of Lego. Witching well... Another Lego creation opposite ...
... 4,500 pounds of beef per meal when served 2.25 tonnes - 1000 loaves of bread daily - 4,752 pounds of laundry every 12 hours There was SO much to see in the museum, but we got through majority of it. Just like the Air & Space Museum, there was a lot of aircraft on display on the deck & below in the hanger, which meant a lot of reading again. The museum provides audio tours like Alcatraz, which is narrated by docents that recall what it was like an. ...
... said at the start of our trip 'If we manage to live on $20 per day (including food, drinks and entertainment, excluding petrol and entrace tickets), we will treat ourselves to the 5 day theme park pass - Sea World in San Diego, Universal Studio in Hollywood and Disneyland. As we managed to live for less than $20 a day, we got it.
So after our buritto, it was tme for Sea World. We decided not to pay the $16 to park the car, and after a quick ...