Extended Stay America - San Diego - Mission Valley - Stadium
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... Where the customer is always right! Pancakes, bacon and orange juice for breakfast is one way to pass the hangover! We all weren't feeling the best so it was a pretty chilled day. We wandered the shops for a bit - they actually have Westfield ...
... we had not seen in a zoo before included the Andean Condor, Caracas, Jaguar, Tapir and Porcupine. There was also a 5day old Giraffe!
After walking around for most the morning we jumped on the tour bus which once again took us back around the park telling us bits and pieces about the animals.
FUN FACT - The San Diego Zoo has more than 4,000 animals from 800 species!
After dinner we went on a pub crawl that the hostel runs each week. The first pub we ...
... at all the animals. It was awesome. Bigger than any zoo I'd seen before. We made the 45 minute walk back to the hostel and again decided to stay in as we had an early flight tomorrow to Vegas. Woo! I woke up at 7 and got Bradden up at 7.30 and we were in a cab to the airport just after 8. When we got to the airport, we checked in and waited in a huge line to get through. We didn't have to wait at all and were boarding the plane straight away. Only an hour flight to ...
... the rays on the beach. The weather was hot and the clouds lifted, the sea breeze kept the beach cool and was nice to relax and chill out from the hustle and bustle of LA. Santa Monica - the start of route 66, we shall be heading back here soon!!!
After about 2 hours we had enough and left to grab some food. Ashley used his phone to locate a real gem of a restaurant but to our horror we read the sign ...
... our view of both Mexico and the San Diego skyline.
We drove through Balboa Park for an overview of the museums and gardens.
Next we traveled to Old Town, San Diego's original location. Many of the buildings are original and the others historically restored. Our favorite was the Casa de Estudillo, a historic adobe home. It is a fine example of Spanish architecture and is listed as a National Historic Landmark.
We marked Old Town for more exploration ...