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... as the cruise liners come down here from San Diego full of Americans. The locals loved the fact that we were Aussie, and when we explained that we could not buy as we cannot carry they were just happy to try and talk about Australia, they are fascinated by our accent.
27/01/2013: Past 3 days raining so just hanging out with Salvador and Yolanda and watching endless movies, Gary happy as a pig in mud. We feel like part ...
... kids or not running because it was out of season. We purchased our tickets for the roller coaster and boarded it. It was pretty fun, but Im sure if you took a hammer on it and hit a few planks of wood the whole thing would most likely fall apart. Later when we got to the hostel, we discovered it was either the last or one of the last wooden roller coasters in America!! We also watched the sunset on the beach before departing.
After settling down in our hostel, half of ...
... almost an hour of drive for approx. 12 miles I arrived in La Jolla where I met Selina (she stayed in La Jolla while I was travelling in Canada).
Since I took some bed bugs with me from Vancouver, we had to find a coin laundry to wash everything I stored in my backpack. Later in the eve' we went to Selina's homestay. Gaby her hostmum was so kind and let me crash at hers for two nights. Thanks a lot Gaby..I'm so greatful for this.
Lacking of sleep doesn't seem ...
... has more animals to view or the safari park which was recommended to us by Mark and Colin. As the safari park is quite a way out of San Diego we decided to head to the zoo so that we could do other stuff after the zoo visit. San Diego Zoo is in Balboa Park which is a beautiful huge park in the city. We took a tram ride around the Park and got to see the Natural History Museum, Museum of Art, the Museum of Photographic Arts and the San Diego History Center. ...
... La Jolla's stunning multi-million dollar mansions and offers a magnificent 360 degree panoramic view; all the way across La Jolla's sweeping crescent beach and adjacent lagoon to snow topped Mt. Baldy in the distant North. To the South one can see all the way to Mexico, and to the East the rolling, green home-studded hilltops of San Diego stretch to the distant mountains. To the Southwest the Coronado Islands rise dreamlike across the ...
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center