La Quinta Inn San Diego Carlsbad
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After the three days in Disney, we spent a day taking it easy. We made our way to Carlsbad via the Pacific Coast Highway. It wasn't a long drive, but we took in some sights along the way, and played on the beach a bit.
On Friday, we visited Legoland. It's a neat little kiddie-park, but hard to be impressed by it after spending three days …
The big boulder that created such great shade last night wasn't helping much this morning, as we had direct sunlight into the tent at 6:30. It gets hot quickly in a sun-strafed tent so we quickly eat breakfast and pack up and get on the road before 8 am. We left Joshua Tree headed south/west passing the usual dry, sandy and barren landscape.
We passed nearby the Salton Sea lake (again, hardly any trees, not what you would expect with a huge ...
... the coaster (not good with surprises ..thought it was a kiddie ride). And as I suspected there was a big shopping spree...especially when I broke the news we were going to the Coach outlet. Pretty bad when you bribe your child soup I can go buy overpriced purses. Got to the mall. Colby got bright blue Crocs...match the tacky convertible perfectly and got a couple of new pair of Puma's that were desperately ...
... loved the snakes and otters (he finally got to see a King Cobra), Jess loved the Giant Pandas and the Polar Bears, Tim all of the Bears and Lily the big cats. Despite the $5.00 ice creams, it certainly was a worthwhile and thoroughly stimulating day. We got to ride back and forth on the Sky Gondola, had a 40 minute tour through the zoo on a double decker bus and even saw a short film in a 4D theater where we felt the snot of a dinosaur hit us on the ...
... models of famous cities such as New York, Las Vegas and San Francisco. You could spend hours looking at them as they were so detailed. Look closely and among the massive 20 foot high Lego buildings they added so many fine-details such as a small Lego minifigures with Dred-locks playing basketball in a New York park or a group of school kids touring the Washington Monument. And some of the models had moving pieces adding to the coolness.
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