Extended Stay America - San Diego - Hotel Circle
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A two hour drive south down the coast to San Diego, to spend the day at the world famous Sea World and to see the Shamu killer whale show.
An early start and a long day, but a fantastic day out. Some surprises in finding a very fast roller coaster called The Mantra, which Josh and Ben rode on 7 times! The 'Fast Pass' paid for itself here!
Personal favourites were the sea otters, ...
... our windows down and turn the A/C off, while Iris immediately started yelling "Mommy, windy! Don't like it!" at the top of her lungs. As fun as it was, I decided to try to get it fixed. I found a Ford dealer about 30 minutes from our campground, so I called them and they said to bring it on by. I couldn't get it there until Friday around noon, and the guy said that since his diesel mechanic wasn't in on Saturdays that there was nothing they could do. He ...
... is also in Balboa park, but we just simply couldn't fit it in.
We also went to the baseball. The San Diego team (the Padres) lost to the LA Dodgers 5-1. There seemed to be as many Dodgers fans as there were Padres fans. The stadium was half full, but still lots of ambiance. We filled ourselves with baseball snacks: peanuts, crackerjacks (caramel popcorn and peanuts), fairy floss and ...
... simulated helicopter ride through the Article Circle. It would have been a great ride if I hadn't had an extremely tall, red headed Australian sitting directly in front of me. I was unable to see much but I lurched around in my chair like everyone else.
We saw polar bears, beluga whales (including the baby whale born last year) and a walrus (it wasn't Paul or John). We also visited the penguin enclosure which was very interesting. They ...
... up until the 1870s, the city was centered around the old presidio, or fort, that the spanish military built. some of the old buildings still survive, but by and large the buildings are now mainly replicas hosting lots of mexican gift shops and restaurants. we had a good shop around and enjoyed dinner sat outside in a mexican cantina.
with full tums we made our way back to the hotel.
tomorrow is our last day..boo hoo.