Hotel Indigo San Diego Gaslamp Quarter
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This was a tough trip coz we drove all the way from Vegas to Gaslamp San Diego. 6 hrs drive wasn't fun at all & it was around 11 PM while arriving at hotel. Thanks my dad, the lonely driver.
... north towards LA, and on to Route 66, the famous road betweeen LA and Chicago. It's been immortalised and mythologised in countless novels, films and songs, and we wanted to experience it in all its kitschy glory.
Of course, we had to find it first. Our GPS refused to acknowledge it, and kept directing us towards the freeway. We drove freeways stretching straight far into the distance, saw a real tumbleweed cross our path in the desert, and eventually ...
... we had a quick bite to eat for lunch as we had sandwiches packed in the cooler in the car along with some snacks and bottled water. The commute over to Sea World only took us 10-15 minutes. No free parking here however, although that was not a surprise to us having been to Sea World in Orlando a few times. $15.00 to park. What a money racket! Lol. So, we parked and then entered the park after the mandatory bag check. We saw several shows including One ...
... pioneered the concept of open-air, cageless exhibits that re-create natural animal habitats. It is one of the few zoos in the world that houses the giant panda, although the queues were massive today, so I skipped this. Overall this is a great place to visit, large habitats for the animals and well organised, kids and parents can even camp,out overnight. Was busy today, but it was Saturday and I wasn't in a rush, so no problem. If you come to San ...
... in Zodiacs, buzzing through the inlet at high speed (I'm guessing at the Navy Seals bit. It could entirely be true, but in the event that its not, at least it adds a bit of excitement to the blog). Moving on from Seaport Village, we made our way to Balboa Park which is billed as San Diego's Urban Cultural Park. It was developed as a result of two expositions in the early 1900s. The Panama-California Exposition and the California-Pacific ...
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Nice & neat hotel. I will stay again next time.
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