Carlsbad Seapointe Resort
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... food, it's great). Then a lovely walk along the friendly, crowded beach stacked with continuous houses overlooking it, varied in style, many modern designs unlike in the gated communities such as this where Jack lives, where the styles are described at Italian, French or Spanish. Home via a peek at more resort-like developments and gated communities and lovely landscaping. Cyndy and I hop out just before home to have another walk, this time through their community and then,hot. ...
... walk out a stone jetty – and there we saw lots of guard towers and also had a great view. So after a super nice sunset we went to sleep with the ocean crashing as a lullaby.
Waking up with sunshine – a morning stroll at the ocean, breakfast outside with pelicans flying over our head – what else do we want – ok, maybe a little bit less wind would do. ...
... us. I was so excited to be so close to this wonderful animals. Then we headed down to the viewing area where we could watch them swim past us. After we spent some time watching them swim we had paid to have lunch with the killer whales so off we went to have lunch with them. Our table was a metre away from the water (all good had a glass fence up to protect us from the splashing). So for lunch it was a buffet and then we got to watch the Killer Whales jump out ...
... anticipating. It is split into two schools - one for 5 years and under, and one for older kids. William immediately lines up, but for some reason, Miranda doesn't want to go to hers. She does spot the helicopter ride though, so we split the parents so the kids can go to each of their rides.
William is a natural, and Miranda seemed to enjoy her ride. A quick set of photos with some more Lego models, and we head to the Lego village ...
... 8211; they must have travelled as far as we have!
We then wandered through the Gaslamp Quarter, which is the oldest part of the city, and where lots of nice bars and restaurants are located. We stopped for a cider, before heading back to Little Italy and Filippi’s again for dinner. It really was that good!
It was just a short stay here, as when we were rescheduling after we had to stay in ...
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