Holiday Inn San Diego - Mission Valley
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Had a great day at the zoo. Zoo is fantastically well organised, started off with a bus tour of the zoo which gave you a great overview of where everything is. We then worked our way through the reptiles,insects and children's petting area to the sky rail. We then caught the sky rail up to other end of the zoo, to see polar bears, panda, orangutan, gorillas etc, they all put on a pretty ...
... a decent meal and made enough for the next night to save the hassle. We are now having to finish up all our food supplies as from Vegas onwards we won't be needing them, plus we need to get rid of as much as we can to lighten our bags!
On saturday we drove to the Old Town, which is set in a state park. I loved this place. Upon entering the park you could see everything in there was old fashioned and traditional. There were free museums lined up around the green. We went into ...
Nina dropped us off at Petco Park stadium to watch the San Diego Padres vs Milwaukee Brewers whilst Lucia and her went shopping. Not a very successful trip though as she lost all her bags. The game was good fun and the kids managed to get shown on the big screen after jumping around and waving their large fingers in the air.
A fun night but not long until we go home now and we are all getting a bit sad about ...
... cream shops we passed, and we ended up settling on a patch of grass to watch the fireworks with our sandwiches and our wine.
The fireworks was spectacular! We turned out to have picked a pretty great spot to view it and the acoustics of the surrounding buildings added some extra surround sounds to the show. And we finally made it home we topped off the day with some home-made ice-cream cones. I couldn't have wished for a better 4th of July celebration.
... have different merchandise. Most of it was Mexican inspired as the Mexicans were the first to come to this part of America (after the native Americans). All the buildings were built in the adobe style and there were many historic places to see.
Hopefully Mercina will be better tomorrow and we can carry on. If not, there are two swimmings pools, two spa pools and a beach for us to explore.