Good Nite Inn San Diego South Bay
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... back...I hope) The ranger said they were pretty sure all the cranes were gone but I spotted one Sandhill crane on the lake, thus confirming my constantly improving birding skills. I should probably put this on my resume.
El Centro seemed to be the biggest town around going south so we looked up a place to stop for lunch. Along the way we looked out the window and noticed a group of fighter jets doing loops and other crazy shapes all ...
... off there while we went and hung out in his part of San Diego. Wednesday and Saturday I went to watch his under 7's soccer practice and game, which they won with a score of about thirty - nil. He also showed me Sunset Cliffs; stunning views and a completely flat horizon that made the sunset even more beautiful than usual. Last week saw my first visit to Costco - bulk buying American style. Everything is so cheap that it's hard to believe; definitely stocking up on ...
... being spoilt at Disneyland. Maybe we shouldn't have come!
It was packed! Barely able to move in some areas.
The main reason for coming was they advertised on their website all the rides that were available for smaller children - all of which Lucas was tall enough. However, after paying our entry fee (almost as much as Disneyland) we found queues with a 90 minute waiting time. Then, many of the rides Lucas was tall enough for had an age restriction ...
... I went on a couple of the rides and saw all the shows. Our favorite displays were the beluga whales and the penguins. After seeing the zoo yesterday Sea World was a bit of a disappointment. After spending most of the day there, we shopped at Costco. It was interesting seeing their stock and prices compared to Bayers Lake: Rotisserie chicken for $4.99, a big liquor section, incredible fresh fruit and vegetables, very reasonable meat prices. However, the line ups at the cashiers were the ...
... out. Hotel rooms should not be carpeted. I know its more expensive, but these chains have the money. Hard wood is too much to ask? They use this laminate stuff in Asia that looks and feels like hard wood--and you can clean it. Or tile. Tile works too. But these rugs have to go.
This rant has mostly to do with the fact that last night we checked into a "boutique" hotel in San Diego that would ...
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