Ramada Mexico Zona Norte
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... taco stand for a snack. Dinner at the Quinciniera is usually served late and we were hungry. Great food. I called Mom from there and she had a nice conversation with Israel while we ate. At the fiesta, the music was going, pictures were being taken and the drinking underway. The words of the night, quite the usual in my Mexican experience, was "Señor, a shot for you, señor." This was followed by "eh, eh, eh, eh" as you gulp it down. ...
... Canada Games bag and told me that she was a diving judge at the games so she and Greg had a great conversation. We also met the ship’s security guard that we had talked to in the Barrington St. Atlantic Superstore in May. We met a couple who had just returned to their home in San Diego after being in Baddeck for a wedding. Many of the wait staff we talked to remember being in Halifax (Boston to Quebec City cruise) and said they liked being there. Everyone is very friendly.
On to ...
... just chill out Shazza no biggy we can just sleep on the beach. YEH RIGHT! And of course it all just panned out perfectly. We found a wonderful family run hotel called Pacos and a room with the surf crashing outside our window. Brian felt at home! Gosh I do ramble on. Hope it's not too boring. Next blog pacific coast. I need to hoof it as the holiday is zooming to the last chapter. Buenas noches ...
... on our way to explore the many sights and sounds of the zoo. This is a beautiful place to visit. The grounds are so well maintained and there are so many things to see. The highlight has to be the panda exhibit. The crowds were quite heavy there, but the lines moved quite quickly. There are over 4,000 different animals in the zoo. I think we saw most of them. Courtney enjoyed the turtles too. We stayed at the zoo for most of the day. Before driving off to ...
So very close to the Mexican border
A two and a half hour drive to San Diego started our morning.
I'd say that San Diego zoo is bigger than Taronga but only because the exhibits are larger - they have no more animals. It was of course crowded with children but I hardly expected anything different!
We spent most of the day exploring the zoo - got lost a dozen times. Unfortunately most of the cool animals were sleeping or out of sight. There ...