Motel 6 Vista
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- Continental Breakfast
- Tennis Court
- Microwave in room
- Non-smoking rooms
- Multilingual staff
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... we could tolerate being outside again, and we made ample stops. Our first of which was a second breakfast one mile from our host, where we all consumed enough to be food for an entire day for a normal person, but for a Bike & Builder it was simply enough to hold us over until lunch. After a 2hr breakfast where I actually ran into someone from Elmhurst, IL where I had lived last two years (small world!) we walked outside to find Breezers ...
Up early today as we wanted to be at the park before it opened at 10am. We had our free continental breakfast and drove the short 5km to SeaWorld. We had to pay $15 for parking before getting our tickets which were $85 each. We went straight to the Manta Ray RollerCoaster and didn't have to wait at all which was awesome. We got off in time for the hands on show with the dolphins where we got close enough to touch them. Then we went to ...
Today we spent the day at Seaworld San Diego. Nathan was not feeling 100% so he went back to the resort for a rest while the kids and I took in the shows and rides. Something we had been looking forward to for months, was seeing the Shamu killer whale show. It is fascinating to see how these huge creatures interact with their trainers, but the trainers no longer get ...
... We are tired after the flight. Plan to see the San Diego zoo tomorrow and avoid the crowds at the beach since its Memorial Day. Oh, forgot to mention, the beach and boardwalk is a 15 min walk. After a short rest we went to the pool bar and had a drink. Met a fella from San Jose who was originally from Boston. Interesting conversation. Then we went to mission beach and walked the Beach walk and went to the arcade and had a slice of pizza. Some some very young interesting young ...
This adventure actually began last April, in Chiang Mai, where our last adventure supposedly came to an end. We spent our final two weeks there before flying back home to Canada and for the life of me I could not force myself to write the final edition to the travel blog to wrap the Asian adventure up. We had enjoyed frolicking through Cambodia and Myramar so much - we just could not cope with it coming to an end. The plan for this winter was Central America. ...