Ramada Limited - San Diego
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... us a fortune in cabs- and don't forget about tips! The zoo is so big! First order once everyone arrived was a zoo bus tour. This takes you all around to give you an idea of where everything is, and narrated by the lovely driver. It gave us a chance to see some of the animals that are usually hiding during the day- they know their feed times and wait for their keepers - so we got to see some grizzlies in the morning that weren't out by the time we got back - you get the drift ...
... I think the weirdest thing was seeing polar bears sitting outside in 85 degree heat eating carrots. Not sure in the weather or seeing them eating carrots was the strangest bit. Surely they should be in an indoor enclosure with the air condition turned up to full.
After the zoo we went to Sunset Cliffs as the owner of the motel had recommended it as a good place to watch the sun go down and the surfers riding the big waves. There were plenty of surfers ...
... hours on Route 66 before the Grand Canyon the next day.
We had a hearty diner breakfast (pancake stacks with bacon and syrup - nutritious) and headed out again. We broke up the long desert drive with the Snow Cap diner in Seligman, which has been open since 1953 serving Route 66. We were treated to chips, ice cream and some of the worst jokes we've ever heard - worse even than our puns for the blog titles. For example, if you ask for a straw for your ...
We woke later than normal – I think we are settling into a more restful and languid vacation mode. That, and John Cione’s influence to drink more wine than was advisable (I like to shift responsibility to others whenever possible), may have contributed to the delayed start to our day. Instead of our normal morning workout, we went as a family on a morning outing ...
... slept on it. And had a horrific nightmare about TJ. Premonition? Perhaps. It was probably just safe to avoid. And so I made plans to head off to one of the youth hostels I tried to get a job at. I figured. I'm not able to get to Miami. ( Well I could, however I wouldn't be able to get back to Seattle where my luggage was and then goto Canada to get a job. ) So, Id splash out and stay at a hostel for a day or two and try to get a Craigslist Rideshare to ...
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