Heritage Inn San Diego Near Sea World
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So much to tell about today! First we had to say goodbye to Troy - and that sucked! It's been so nice having him with us and not having to say goodbye to everyone all at once - and we still have Jayden so that makes it a little easier too! After a delicious breakfast and our roadside goodbye we jumped in a taxi and went to Sea ...
... and I went kayaking on it so surely I can do this!! My plan didn't really work as there was no opportunity to have photos with any animals - but I did well anyway, I didn't cry once and I only freaked out once when the lion started roaring in his enclosure (it was a minor panic attack and I recovered quickly ha!!) turns out it was a hairball :-/ Regardless, we spent nearly 11hrs walking around the zoo it's an amazing place with so many different ...
My day started with a surprise HS reunion visit from another of classmates, Renee, who happened to be following my travels via FB...I had forgotten until today that she was in Costa Mesa right on my way today, so we were able to arrange a very nice impromptu get-together.
From there I drove pretty much straight down to San Diego, with a couple of ...
... in Ehrenberg before hitting the road. Drove on Hwy. 78 south to I-8 passing thru the Imperial Sand Dunes Rec. area in California where Austin & Dexter rescued a driver stuck in the sand at the observation area. Spent the night at the Sacred Rock RV Resort in Boulevard, CA, just east of Brawley, CA.
We arrived to our campground in San Diego and immediately started enjoying the cooler California coast temperatures.
Next, the family reunion begins!
... lunch we had a look around the old town San Diego state historic park. It shows how life was in the early days of San Diego and includes many historic buildings from 1820 to 1870. We had a bottle of root beer here, I think it must be an acquired taste, not something I would rush to have again. We saw a few more creatures today, chipmunk at the point and of course the falcons. Squirrels and a rabbit at the park and a hummingbird also in the park. See our ...