Heritage Inn San Diego Near Sea World
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- Continental Breakfast
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... will never guess what... Hannah had a puncture and we were a 45min journey away from the house. Uh oh. Typical! If any of you knew the amount of times Hannah and myself have had punctures in the past you would have guessed this would be the end to the day. Haha. So we walked nearly all the way home and then we had a message from the lady we were staying with asking if we were ok. To which we replied feeling embarrassed that no we are not ok. So ...
... is only three hours from Seattle by car. The sounds of the cabin door opening revs the kids up. The boys race off the plane eager to see what Canada looks like; a nicer, cleaner version of America is our response. The line at Customs is minuscule, and the official is very friendly as he stamps our passports and waves us through. Bags are picked up at the carousal and before long we find ourselves in a yellow taxi headed Downtown.
It's 5pm on Friday ...
... 8 worth of chips and guac before ordering one of the largest and densest burritos I’ve ever had in my life. To say that it took every ounce of effort I had to finish this burrito would be an understatement. Although I struggled to finish my burrito laced with fresh shaven steak, sour cream, and French fries I enjoyed every second of it and can’t wait to try to make a similar thing on my own next year. Almost everyone else also ordered a California burrito and fell ...
Another super hot day, Will and I spent most of the day in the pool and pre packing bags for an early start. One last visit to Disney where we went on the best rides, unfortunately cars was out of action, so we did California Soarin, Goofy flying school, and mickeys ferris wheel which was a bad mistake it was giving Will and myself a bit of motion sickness. Once we got home Will started feeling the effects of heat stroke and not having enough ...
... for six flags. On the way back we realised that we had been in San Diego 3 days already and hadn't seen the gaslamp quarter at night. So we tried "uber". Great success. $8 to get downtown. We headed straight for a rooftop bar that Bee had googled for, but as we arrived we found out that it was booked for a function. The door lady was kind enough to point out the next block down was another rooftop bar that was much higher and from the other side we we would be able ...