Oakwood at Mirabella at Aviara
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... 1st, we have to get there. Driving in 8 lanes of traffic is not fun but at least we do not crash. The TomTom is our best friend, telling us what lane we need to be in all the time.
One hour of exciting freeway driving later, we arrive at Legoland. As it is Monday, the crowds are not too bad but we still need to line up for a few rides.
We head for the ...
... massive park in the middle of the city and has a lot of museums and restaurants in it. I then went to San Diego old town which was pretty cool with a lot of traditional Mexican shops and a sort of wild west theme to it. After having a look around Old town I got the bus to La Jolla which is a nice beach just outside of San Diego. It was good to see although the weather wasn't very good unfortunately :( I then got the bus back to the hotel and watched ...
... is a pretty little town with well-manicured public gardens - a mass of brightly colored annuals. Strong Mexican influence in everything.
Stuart and his family took us to all the local spots of interest and sorted out our connectivity! Going to the Apple Store was ...
... signs, working traffic lights and signage. For each driving cycle there were about 15 kids out on the street in cars and the intent was to make it as real-like as possible so the kids were instructed to drive safely and follow all signs and traffic rules (drive on the right side of the road, for example). It was a hoot watching all the kids go at it - some were excellent drivers and followed the rules of the road such as stopping at stop signs. Others… not so ...
... it's not folks. It's cloudy and cool!
After another stressful highway drive for Stuart into San Diego, we locate our hostel at Point Loma. The boys crack on with a load of washing. Paul and I then head out to find the post office ... it's a good two miles walk to find it and then on the way back it's uphill! Tired when we return I crash out before Paul and I then head out at 7pm (in the car), to hunt out a Sarah, who ...
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