Courtyard San Diego Carlsbad
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... of viewing travel pics on the big screen which eventually descends into a mad drinking scene and when it gets a bit too boisterous for me, off to bed I go.July 13Cyndy and I hop in her plush convertible Merc, a first for me, and aim for a beach walk but due to a triathlon, roads are blocked and every effort fails so instead we walk in our bathing costumes and barefoot along a little trail by a lagoon passing a number of people walking their dogs! all casual and friendly? very ...
... 8211; they are out on the water as soon as the sun comes out and there are still some out when the sun goes down.
We love freebies – so free parking at the Transit station and then on the bikes and we go explore the town Oceanside, which is a cute beach town. Along the Strand Street lined with palm trees and the ocean and ...
... the view for 50mins (unfortunately trains here are not like in Europe) and spent the afternoon and evening with Caleb on a brief tour of a couple more spots around the harbour while errand running. Also saw the 1974 film, Blazing Saddles- if you like The Castle this is probably a movie for you! Although, in saying that, brother dearest didn't enjoy it so watch at your own risk.
I completely skipped over Sunday's events- we went to a pumpkin patch!!! There were plenty ...
... at this time of year. Wandering around we also find a boat ride where William gets to drive mummy around a small pond, and also find Pirate bay - which has a small water feature area which the kids want to go in straight away! This area is open tomorrow, so we promise to bring the kids back here then.
Next is medieval town, where we find one of Legoland's signature dishes - apple fries! (that is, small strips of fried apple served ...
... Beach while I walked from our campsite in the cliffs to a stunning beach below. Heaps of sea life, people watching and a regular train that must run along the whole coast, a very funny sight while lying on the beach. We loved the campsite at the State Beach which is surrounded by mansions and gated communities and costs peanuts to stay at. A great way to end our time in California. ...