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... into the park and watched a couple kite surfers in the bay, going at a good clip. Then while we talked to a young man that was fishing on the pier, a seal was swimming around, probably putting an end to successful fishing for awhile.
On Saturday we decided to go to Little Italy in downtown San Diego. This neighbourhood has lots of bakeries and restaurants but we were there for the market. A main street was closed to traffic and booths were lined up on both sides of ...
... grizzly bears, called Scout and Montana, who were taken from Yellowstone National Park after their mum had been teaching them to raid campsites for food, to save them being destroyed as nuisance animals. By this point we were getting hungry, so we stopped for some Chinese food back near the panda exhibit; we were expecting this to be like the lush Chinese food we had in Epcot last year for some reason, and were sorely disappointed with what we ended up getting...still; it ...
... communications. I like hearing what they think about, what their thought processes are and about their aspirations. They've grown into really fine adults and I am incredibly proud of each and every one of them. They are all so very different from each other but share high values, good moral and ethical boundaries and are respectful of each others differences. God is watching over them, I know.
... about and launched - and to think that 18 to 21 year olds are responsible for the workings of this huge city called an aircraft carrier. One thing that really impressed me about San Diego is what a clean town it is.. Even areas by the bay with manufacturing and military presence are well maintained and spotless.
The next day we rode out to Coronado Island and walked around the Hotel Del Coronado. It is reminicent of the ...
... entrance fee is $21). It is a sanctuary for thousands of animals with beautiful landscape of rare plants from all climates and a living classroom that entertains as well as educates. There is a new 7.5-acre multi-species habitat features elephants, California condors, jaguars and more. It also offers guests an insight about the Zoo's conservation efforts to protect wildlife from becoming extinct. Meanwhile, Balboa Park in neighboring San Diego ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking