Extended Stay America - San Diego - Hotel Circle
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... these if we had the time. Our next stop was at the home of the San Diego Padres baseball team. Petco park was being refurbished at the time with what seemed to be an ice rink being removed. We then drove through the Gaslamp quarter of town before seeing some examples of the Victorian houses that you could purchase from Sears as kit homes. They were delivered to the site and then put together. Our driver was very good and passed on lots of good information. Shopping ...
... the same order as we were dropped off, so Lego first sea world second us last. Nope. We were to be picked up at 4.30 giving us 4 hours to try and see everything. Yay We started our mad rush by jumping on the cable car and travelling our way to the other side of the park. We started in Africa seeing sleeping lions, elephants, a rhino and other African animals. Moved onto the sun bear and grizzleys who were in the zoo because ...
Before leaving for San Diego we make a tour of Palm Springs, we watch some beautiful houses and buildings built last century. After a very light lunch, in the early afternoon we drive in direction of San Diego. Our hotel is in an Island in front of the San Diego harbour and Bay, connected to the continent via a bridge. Its name is Coronado, and represents another nice discovery. The village is very calm and charming, with many victorian style houses, nice shops and ...
... with this mom; and Julian is getting more excited by the minute and can't keep still.
Our first leg, San Diego to New York went incredibly smooth, especially thanks to the Lego Movie being our inflight choice..."Everything is awesome!!"
Waiting for our London leg and the kids are restless. We grab a quick slice of pizza and Kaeleb says, staring out the window; "this city seems more sophisticated," as he eats his New York style slice.
To begin with, I didn't make it to Tijuana, Mexico. There wasn't just enough time, particularly since driving back across the boarder may include hours of waiting...and we were late anyway, for it took us six hours instead of two to get there due to an accident involving burnt cars, dead people and the closing of all except one lane.
San Diego was enough anyway, with Balboa Park, USS Midway, Seaworld and a shopping spree right next to the ...