Western Inn & Suites
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... we had not seen in a zoo before included the Andean Condor, Caracas, Jaguar, Tapir and Porcupine. There was also a 5day old Giraffe!
After walking around for most the morning we jumped on the tour bus which once again took us back around the park telling us bits and pieces about the animals.
FUN FACT - The San Diego Zoo has more than 4,000 animals from 800 species!
After dinner we went on a pub crawl that the hostel runs each week. The first pub we ...
... before heading back to what we thought was a whole evening of packing. However, we realised that going to LA the next day was not the best idea...considering I had a breakdown after our last encounter with the traffic, I'm sure Friday nights would've have caused a full on melt! Mark and Cathy very kindly offered for us to extend our stay, so after picking up our new car on Friday, we went back and cooked dinner to say thank you and planned our next adventure up the ...
... Towards L.A. First stop was to drop back our very loyal and faithful car rental. Then we have to get all this luggage onto a skhuttle bus and off to the "HairyPort" AKA the air port for our 6 hour wait for our flight to Sydney. We took turns in wandering around, I manage to get an extra bit of duty free shopping completely using up our last US dollars. Yes more hand luggage ...
... when there were shows on and tried to plan accordingly. they also have some areas set up where they bring out an animal and do a talk about it. You can get up close and learn some neat stuff. We watched a talk on the Civet Cat, a Military Macaw and another animal that I can't think of the name for the life of me! Then it was off past the water birds - egrets, pelicans, flamingos to check out the gorillas. They had a nice set up ...
... in the heat this time looking at performing dolphins, killer whales, seals and a whole lot more. Stan and Squancy both went on the log flume but me and Rab, thinking we were clever decided we. We're going to stay dry. Later on, me, Rab and Stan went on the rapids, our thinking was that we wouldn't get that wet! We were wrong! Rab took the brunt of it, he was soaked. I was probably the driest but my right trainer was soaked! I had to walk around in it for the rest of the day. Luckily it ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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