Residence Inn San Diego Sorrento Mesa/Sorrento Valley
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... Shop they had on sale cuddly Australian koalas, cuddly Australian kangaroos and cuddly Australian kiwis!!!
We left at 4pm and decided to travel to Carlsbad which is half an hour north of San Diego and the home of Legoland. I am currently enjoying the luxury of the Legoland Resort as we have decided to abandon the RV for a couple of nights. We are staying in a Kingdom Room which has a separate space ...
We wanted to be up early today but being pretty tired from a late night a couple nights back we overslept. We had breakfast and got to the bus stop at about 11.30am. I had got all the information on how to navigate the public transport yesterday off a very nice guy named Tom working at the front desk who let me use the computer to print a bunch of tickets and even gave me a free Mountain Dew, even after we had got a noise complaint from when we came back really drunk a few ...
... up their feathers and getting stuck into each other!
One of our bus drivers (standard, I suspect) jokes was that one of the kids would be driving us home, so when we got back to the bus he insisted that they all have their photo taken at the wheel, hence, those photos included below.
A relatively quick drive home. We have been hearing a lot about the terrible traffic here -sections of the freeway that we travelled today are fifteen lanes wide! Actually as well ...
... more suited to me – still higher thanI would have preferred but now a cool 30ish degrees.
The next day we were off to Sea World, a very well known tourist theme park in San Diego. Here we saw whales adhering to commands and doing back flips and splashing the crowd, the same thing with dolphins but with some people getting more involved in the water getting carried around on them, and a crazy pet show. The pet ...
... nice ordinary resort ! Then we took a drive round another more upmarket beach and cliff area with beautiful houses of all periods. Then off to Lomas Point via the naval base and barracks where young uniformed young dudes just lounge around, and saw the lighthouse at the end of the long spit and the huge panoramic view of San Diego bay the ocean and city . Then home to university area and ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center