Extended Stay America - San Diego - Hotel Circle
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... you can turn your smiles off here".
I went through the crew boarding process, handing over of passport, filling in embarkation forms, and visit to the deck officer where I was given my life boat assignment in a raft boat instead of the passenger boats. Next my friend escorted me to the Human Resource officer for further instructions. We continued on to the crew office to obtain my crew identification credentials and chit to attend the ...
- Last night we slept in our van as usual.
- Once awake, Bailey and I headed over to Point Loma Nazarene University for the Campus tour. It was absolutely amazing! The campus is sitting on the top of a cliff overlooking the ocean. It was unreal!
- After the amazing tour, Bailey and I filled up on the surprising delicious cafeteria food provided by the university.
- After Lunch we traveled to San Diego State University to tale gate before ...
... animals it's unreal! They had an enclosure that contained 2 best friends. A dog and a cheetah!! The zoo pair them together because the dogs calm the cheetahs down as they are usually aggressive and hyper! They proved it by parading the cheetah in front of a crowd with no railings or fences and he just looked around and licked his trainer!! Got lost in the Hippo Trail (the map was wrong!!) but managed to cover the whole park as well as get pizza, ...
... all the usual big animals, tiger, lion, giraffes, elephants, lots of birds. The layout of the park is something to see. There is a canyon right in the middle of it. It was a great time at the San Diego Zoo. We drove through Balboa Park as we left but didn't stop...it was rush hour and time to get home...hope to return there. Picked up some dinner and collapsed when we got home. So glad we saw the zoo. We will not forget ...
... cost 9 Billion)