Holiday Inn San Diego - Mission Valley
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- Swimming pool
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... our passports which were well tucked away, so with permission to move we started rummaging round, I found mine last and upon inspection one man walked away and told his colleague "that chicks been everywhere!" ...it's starting to fill up with stamps. Finally we were sent on our way with some tips and advice of where to go when we got to San Diego. We've arrived, first stop was Chula Vista where the sun was shining ...
... place headphones in your ears, stared out of the window…all in hopes of ignoring circumstances from a level of society that was out of your control, seemingly beyond your help, could be labeled even helpless because you weren't able to directly solve the situations in front of you.
If you allowed yourself to observe them for a minute of seconds, you'd see the heaviness, you'd feel their worries and cares. The only peace I'd dare share ...
... Then came the tricky bit, Will and I could not find the Gorillas. I had seen them as we went over in the Skyfari so I knew they were around here somewhere. After taking path after path and getting ourselves completely disorientated William was able to find the correct path. At this stage we were down to 20 minutes before we needed to be out the front and on the bus. We found the gorillas and were able to watch them snacking on some watermelon, it was strange to watch the ...
... and mini waves caused by all the cars on the road. Upon arriving at the motel with the car relatively intact we decided to see what Palm Springs had to offer other than mini hurricanes and flash flooding. It turned out quite a lot! Most importantly the burgers we had for dinner were truly wonderful. Certainly in each of our top five burgers we've ever had! With the storm gone almost as quickly as it came, a wander along the main strip of Palm Springs beckoned. After ice cream, ...
... the American flag.
This was followed by the national anthem, which is custom in America before any sporting event, during which everyone stopped what they were doing, stood up, took off their hats and silently listened. It being Independence day made it an extra special occasion.
And before we knew it, the game had begun! The San Diego Padres, the team we were supporting (Jeff turned out to be a big fan) won two points in the ...