Courtyard by Marriott San Diego Mission Valley/Hotel Circle
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... are a family of 4, Mum Sharon, dad Aidan, Teagan who is 11 and Dylan who is 8 turning 9 on our trip.
Our trip on the motorway to Sea World was our first taste of driving in the USA. Cars change lanes quickly, travel very fast and all seem to know what they are doing. It was strange to see Alex sitting in what we know as the driver's side, he really had to think about where to enter the car.
We walked into Sea World and the kids first stop was ...
We packed our things up and checked out by 9:30-10amish. I wanted to go and see Newport and Laguna Beach, which were along the coastline of LA and on the way to San Diego, so we set off in the aim of getting there for lunch time.
We arrive at Newport Beach, and it's everything I imagined. Beautiful homes in the hills, but gorgeous little beach houses/units/cottages right on the waters edge with a path for bikers, roller bladers, runners, walkers, etc to enjoy. ...
... free breakfast, location and bright colourful decor. I visited San Diego Zoo and I'm pretty sure when I was a kid I watched a wildlife show from there. It was a pretty expensive day out and I'm not entirely sure it was worth it. I decided to bite the bullet and go whale watching and after a slow 90 minutes of nothing, we eventually came across two Grey Whales heading north. They were joined by ...
... metro to San Ysidro which is at the end of the line and walk over to Mexico. Nobody even checks your passport going there although there can be large queues to get back into the USA and you will need your passport. Anyway once there, I enjoyed soaking up a little of the colourful mexican culture, I visited the cultural centre, saw the avenue of heroes and Avenida revolucion, had some Tacos, went shopping for cheap stuff, had a photo taken with a donkey zebra and ...
... on the Coaster train so we got to see the beautiful Santa Fe train station with its ceramic tiled cupolas and interior walls when we picked them up.
Highlights of the city were visiting Historic Old Town State Park, the birthplace of California, with all its restored buildings and an excellent guided tour and a jaunt to the ...