City Express Tijuana Rio
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Drycleaning onsite
- Airport Transportation
- Non-smoking rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... in captivity, meaning the trainers are no longer allowed in the water with the whales during the show. With this hot on our minds, we decided to go anyway and we ended up having a great time. There were walruses, buluga whales, otters, dolphins, turtles and sharks, and there were so many shows to see as well. Our favourite was the sea lion and otter show, even though it was incredibly cringe at points, the sea lions performance made up for it! Unlike the ...
... a lot of South America, I was pretty used to the language, culture, and the way the houses were stacked on top of each other!
Wheras San Diego is quite spread apart, Tijuana is pretty over populated as a lot of Mexicans move over there to then cross the border and work in the US as the wage is higher. That was my first initial impression, but there were quite a lot of interesting and/or cultural observations I made during my time in TJ.
We did today the seal harbour tour with a amphibious vehicle. First 15 minutes on land then 60 minutes in the sea and then again 15 minutes on land. We saw sealions, pelicans and also us marines dolphines while training. A great tour to recommend. After that we ate at the kansas city bbq, where topgun was filmed. After our lunch we took a stroll through the gaslamp ...
It's official we decided it was time to head back home. So, we said goodbye to my aunt and thank her for everything she have provided us with and let us used her for the home to sleep in for free and left the house. Then we hopped into the car and went straight to a gas station so we won't have to worry about empty gas on the way back home. Once we were ...
... thankfully saw Wayne still in the queue (I think we thought he'd be in interrogation). It turned out that we had to pay $6 for a green piece of paper that allowed us into the main building to get our stamp. I did want to point out that it would of been helpful if they'd put signs up about this but Craig told me to shut up.
When it was our turn to get our green piece of paper, the guy from our first encounter turned up ...