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... we managed to end up wedged sideways between the side and Noah and Pa's boat, with about 6 or 7 other boats all wedged in to us, because they had nowhere else to go! One of the attendants had to come and untangle us! I weep thinking that this boy will be able to drive a car in a few years!
Another cool feature was the Factory Tour. As we walked through this building they had working models of the machines that mould, paint, assemble and package the blocks. They were all ...
... look after George as Lavinia and Miranda have a go. Back over to the “Knight’s Destiny” ride again, and only 3 of the 6 robot arms are working today – in fact, everything seems to be running at a reduced capacity today, probably because it is a Monday. William is “just” tall enough to go on the ride if he wears a special jacket and only rides on Level 1. Miranda is allowed to try Level 2 on her turn, and ...
... with mango salsa (and shared one margarita). Continuing the great drive south with the spectacular ocean views. With the amount of people out doing a variety of physical activity (biking, walking, surfing, etc), we get the impression that the California stereotype of fitness is warranted.
Ronnie salivated as we made a quick stop at the famous Torrey Pines golf course (luckily he has ...
... just north of San Diego, so had a rental car to pick up. That involved a bit of a wait, but soon enough we were on our way. Ian loved being back in North America and driving on the right side of the road. I suspect it was one of his less stressful drives from LA to Carlsbad. He sure was happy. We'll be in Carlsbad for two weeks, which should give us time to get over the jet lag and slow down before arriving home. There's not been much time to relax on our vacation so this is most ...
... else. Traffic slowed to about 20 MPH and we all stayed in one lane.
My 2.5 hours turned into 4 and at long last we made it. After a harrowing drive we pulled into San Diego's club district (The Gaslamp) at about 9. We were tired and hungry and weren't all that interested in getting jiggy with it. We were however staying at some kinda hipster hotel called The Keating. Nicole found it sometime before we hit the ...
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