Courtyard San Diego Central
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... don’t mind the temperature they are straight in anyway. I was a bit reluctant to have a night time swim as the pool is only slightly heated, but I knew the hot tub was waiting for me at the end!
The Schwarz family we met at the fire pit also came and joined us in the hot tub so was nice hanging out with them. The lady actually reminded me a lot of you Jo Seymon! (Such a lovely ladies!) She has two brothers living in Hollywood ...
... was in Wavehouse. Basically it's a giant water pump that sprays water fast that creates a barrel to surf in. A one hour pass on the Flow Barrel costs $40 per person, however a school group could hire it for a private session for $500($16 per person if there's 30 people). At first it was quite difficult to get the feel for water rushing under you without falling over but I quickly adjusted and got my balance.
Today was a ...
... steps - very slippery from the storm - I'm not sure if we saw all 450 palms - for sure we did not distinguish 58 different palm species
... reminded me of the one we’ve stayed at last year in Fort Lauderdale when we went on the Allure of the Seas Cruise. After all, the hotel was the same company (Hilton) and the building appeared to be built exactly as a replica except for the exterior grounds!
Just as requested when I've booked online, our room was on the top floor with a balcony ...
... and pretend that the people ‘were’ the birds... The funniest part about this show was the whales (not sure what type) went around splashing all the people in the front few rows with their tails. The signs on these seats clearly said ‘soak zone’, yet still there were people who left at this point in disgust!
A roller coaster and river rapids for the boys, more marine life for the rest of us. Then into the big arena for the Killer Whale show. The ...