Holiday Inn Express San Diego Sea World - Beach Area
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... freeway with quite a few illegal u turns and one time driving on the wrong side f the road with car lights coming straight towards us but we made it..had to take the car back at 11.30pm that night as we didn't have time in the morning as we were leaving Hollywood for Anaheim. It was real having our own wheels to get around and see some different places and getting to go to Legoland too. That car was sooo good to drive. I could see myself in one of them...
3: Embrace it
From what I could gather from the article to:
Wait it out entails…(Self-explanatory!)
* Time really does heal wounds
* The professional opinion to the length of time before a complete healing from a divorce may take place is three years for a spouse.
* Although for others time my take 4+ years depending on how they cope.
* It is a totally legitimate strategy to simply ...
... a snooze on a rock above the water and I managed to take a few nice pictures of him while he was looking straight at me. Around the corner were also some reindeer but as it was around 3:00pm they were also having a snooze. We then quickly rushed towards the tiger trail but unfortunately again he was unable to be seen -snoozing also is my guess, so we continued on towards the monkeys but on our way we discovered the hippo trail which was fun. They are huge animals and their ...
... All in all, a good bunch.
The first day down there I went back to Coronado Island and found a nice spot to read my book on the beach. The following day I decided to catch a bus up to La Jolla since the beach up there is one of the most photographed in all of California. It was easy to see why once I was there, one section is closed off to the public and is a safe-haven for hundreds of seals. A lot had there recently born pups swimming in the water ...
... the kids with uncle Buck (me). We played with dinosaurs, played Trouble, set up some Twister and had a snack. I can neither confirm nor deny rumors we had more ice cream than the "recommended" portions.
The bike shop had to order a few parts so my bike will not be ready till Wednesday. So I will be sponging off of . . . Errrrr . . . I mean visiting in San Diego for several more days.