Residence Inn San Diego Downtown
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... said at the start of our trip 'If we manage to live on $20 per day (including food, drinks and entertainment, excluding petrol and entrace tickets), we will treat ourselves to the 5 day theme park pass - Sea World in San Diego, Universal Studio in Hollywood and Disneyland. As we managed to live for less than $20 a day, we got it.
So after our buritto, it was tme for Sea World. We decided not to pay the $16 to park the car, and after a quick ...
... were prancing along the sea shore. One wave a seaweedy stick at the distance, there are some great characters in the cities. The bar we went to was full and lovely, and we went specifically for San Diego's trademark food - the fish taco! I had two which were fantastic, one of which had shark in which I would highly recommend :)
The next day Ben and I went to the beach. We spent most of our time looking for sand crabs, however they were harder ...
... as feel that we could have spent longer here but prior to our departure we visited Point Loma, well worth an hour to stroll around the headland and get scenic views of San Diego. We then spent some time in Balboa Park home to the famous San Diego Zoo that we didn‘t visit but took the free trolley around the museums and gardens. Lovely gardens and old buildings where we had a nice coffee and wished we had longer before having to hit the road again. ...
... fantastic welcoming. Our guide did arrive, and the dozen of us had a great tour of the old town and new town, visiting an amazing Catholic Cathedral, a hacienda that is now a museum, a craft and food market, flower market, shrimp market, jewelry store, and tequila outlet. Mazatlan is the shrimp capital of Mexico and we saw a lot of shrimp, separated by size. The largest shrimp were about the length of my hand and cost about $2 each. We also stopped to watch the cliff divers. The ...
... sea lanes of metallic mines, Air cushioned landing craft, USS Bob Hope which is a huge storage ship that has everything imaginable, Littoral Combat Ships and many other smaller types of ships. It is believed that some 40,000 service personal are required to man them. All these ships are available for immediate service and the days of mothballed ships in San Diego have well passed.
In addition to that we saw the USS Midway (an old Aircraft Carrier set ...