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... the zoo, but we had all day, and were determined just to walk everywhere we wanted to go. The Monkey Trail was fun, as monkeys always are. there were several exotic species that we weren't used to seeing, but there were also some of the more traditional chimpanzees and baboons. They also had great apes, most notably the silver back gorilla and the orangutan. The orangutan also had a young baby about a year and a half old. As I was taking pictures of the ...
... and wait in a long line even though it was a Tuesday. They pretty much only served tacos, fast food style. They were a bit too “street” for me, one bite of fat and I was out! Bill took me to Taco Bell on the way home.
We checked out the Gas Lamp District one evening. It is a sixteen-block area in downtown San Diego with shopping and dining. No gas lamps that we saw. We walked around and had dinner. Nothing special. We ...
... Museum. It tells the history of aviation from the time of Da Vinci and the contributions of individuals over hundreds of years until flight began. From that point it takes you through the 20th Century with displays of many early to modern aircraft to the space program including the command module of the Apollo 9. This was a very interesting museum that is well worth a visit for anyone with some interest in the field.
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... an R&B club dancing to songs I forgot existed and Murray didn't know existed at all. The next day mainly consisted of watching How I met your mother. Which we are both addicted to. I am slightly worried as I write this that I can hear Ted telling the story. We decided to go to Seaport Village on Monday and thought it was really nice. It had little shops and kids flying kites and we will no doubt go back. Today we went to Ross's store to stock up on underwear and replace ...
... and Shaunette wanted to join us, so we made room in the van and headed out into the now dark evening. What we didn't know was this was opening day of the famous Del Mar Horse Races - so the place was packed with young party goers. It was like MTV Spring Break weekend along the street that the restaurant we were headed to was on. Only these were obviously well-to-do folks. Plenty of women in fancy hats as that seemed to be the fashion race tradition. The restaurant I ...
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