Courtyard San Diego Central
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Breakfast Available
- Swimming pool
- Refrigerator in room
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... stop and you crawl along the starts going again. You never really find out what the problem is on the road as its usually nothing.
It took one hour and half to get there and it was a nice drive.
Legoland is huge and so colourful. Went on quite a few rides and looked at all the shops. So much Lego in every colour and every piece. Got to see how some Lego bricks are moulded and stamped with the name.
They have cities from around the world built in ...
... many people; feeding the hungry, healing the sick and afflicted. He was innocent to the ways of the world, not because he was a child or sorts, but he chose with conviction not to take part in it. But by doing so among other things he somehow understood to the core of what it meant and all it meant to be human.
It honestly hasn't been until I have started studying the Atonement of Jesus Christ and reading the Bible and following his footsteps he ...
... was best because a prolonged goodbye would have made me cry more.
The first step onto the ship was the most exciting moment! I could not believe that I was standing where my cousin did almost 10 years ago and I was embarking on my own voyage around the world. I went through all the registration stations on board and finally got lunch. After that I had to go back to the main meeting lecture room on the ship, ...
... because of all the trees in the park. I think the gorillas where the only animal we saw.
When we had finished here we headed back over to Balboa park, which is actually only a very short walk from the Zoo entrance. We wanted to go to the science museum as John is very interested in science. On entering we soon realised this was a bit of a mistake. It was quite a childish place, if you have kids then it is perfect as it teaches ...
... yards from the ocean. We start stripping off our socks and shoes and helmets as fast as our fingers and arms will allow. (Although, being that I love my helmet, I kept mine on.) The very first thing I remember doing is grabbing Carlee's hand. Before all this started, we vowed two things: 1. To not run into the ocean until everyone had made it onto the beach and was ready to go. 2. We were going to wear our jerseys full-zip into the ocean. Anyway, Carlee and I were holding ...