Residence Inn San Diego Rancho Bernardo / Carmel Mountain Ranch
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... for a little rest prior to meeting for dinner.
Leanne did her best Travel Adviser routine and found this Mexican place two streets over. Wow, the meal was huge and the margarita's were strong! 2 was the limit or was that 3, see I can't remember.
After we left there we dropped into the bar next to the motel which happens to be the oldest bar in San Diego I was informed by Aunty this morning. I'm slipping! Had a chat to a ...
... the entrance and bought some gear. Jesse bought a white Beluga Whale & Hannah bought a blue dolphin that turns in to a pillow.
Before we left we had a go on the Skytower.
The view from the Skytower was wonderful as it slowly rotated us around the tower as it raised us above the park. While up the Skytower the girls spotted Sesame Street Bay of Play. So we had a final play in there before leaving. Dad Jesse ...
... 1936 California Pacific International Exposition was held here also. We walked into town from the ship's berth and then caught the bus out to the gardens with the locals and a few tourists! The park is beautiful! And very big-holding the San Diego Zoo,15 major museums, performing arts venues and, of course, gardens.John and Kay, we spotted asparagus fern in the Botanical Building! And a small section ...
... On our final day in San diego we went to the San diego zoo. The trip there didn't go so well with the trolley having problems so a bus trip and a few changes later we finally arrived at the zoo. The zoo itself is pretty good and there are lots of different animals. They have also just opened an Australia area with Koalas, Tassie Devils, two kangaroos, a tree kangaroo and wombat(it wasn't a great exhibit but all the Americans love the Koalas). My favourite ...
... had built a "snowman" that was pretty cute. Back into the car and further north along the shore we found a place where lots of people seemed to be looking down at the ocean. The smell was terrible! Turned out it was sea lions that were sunning themselves, along with the birds that were hanging around waiting for leftover fish. Further up the beach we stopped again and enjoyed a panoramic view of the ...