Days Inn San Diego Chula Vista South Bay
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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After checking into our hotel "Days Inn" we quickly showered and changed to hit the town! We went to the Gaslamp District for dinner and drinks. Dinner was at Fred's Mexican Restaurant which was so good- check out my salad pic!
Two of the girls on our tour that we met early on in the day, Emma and Aleasha, bought us moustaches to wear so …
... and someone came to the rescue with the funding, otherwise they would have had to close down) These are the moments I have loved about this trip where you meet someone new and they have some tie to another strange adventure from the trip. Camping (yes I know we were not officially in a tent) has always been the best for meeting friendly folk.
Woke up around 620am and had the breakfast at the hotel. After breakfast we drove towards Hotel Del and walked along the boardwalk by there. Our main activity today was Sea World. We saw all the animals and all the shows and rode the arial observation tower and roller coaster (Manta). We had great center seats for Shamu. We ate lunch at e park and we both had stuffed lasagna with a side of mostacolli and a breadstick. After sea world we drove out to ...
... hers. Dylan can't leave his on in the same place for more than five minutes so his is intact but stick less. Rich is still the proud owner of his.
We drive around with a pretty dull but informative commentary from the driver. It's only his second tour, hopefully he'll get a bit more upbeat. Old Town is interesting selling lots of Mexican themed wares but its pretty touristy. The harbour is pretty, with lots of huge boats, some old warships and sailing boats. We get off ...
... we saw most of them. We started with a guided bus tour that took us through about 75% of the park. Next we travelled on the Skyfari Aerial Tram to the far side of the park and then we worked our way toward the front of the park. After six hours of walking we saw insects, reptiles, amphibians, and mammals from all the continents. Our favorites were the orangutans, polar bears, giraffes, and panda bears. This zoo has a world wide reputation and we could see why. All the ...