Residence Inn San Diego Rancho Bernardo / Carmel Mountain Ranch
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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... about 3 hours to get roughly South East of San Diego where our campground was, however we didn’t have exact directions to the campground so we pull over at a Starbucks to use their WIFI and I grab a cold iced coffee. We start driving towards the campground and we’re practically in the desert and right on the Mexican border almost… I just expected to see Mexicans roaming the desert attempting illegal transports. We drive into our campground and ...
... many great trees and flowers and gardens!
La Jolla - The best beach in San Diego of which there are many. The views of the sea, cliffs and rocks are divine. There is also this area where you can see loads of seals and pelicans on the beach and they are protected by the authorities - really cool!
San Diego Zoo - It was a toss up between this and SeaWorld but I ended up going to this pace on the recommendation of a staff member at the hostel. I ...
... a great view out over the bay, we headed up to downtown to look at the USS Midway Museum which was full off military aircrafts on the giant ship, before having a stroll along to Seaport Village. Mission Bay, Campland on The Bay is the site for tonight and looks straight out over the bay. Dinner was lovely at The Patio, consisting of beef flat bread and cheese broccoli - different but tasty! Oh and a scrummy blueberry ...
... playing up to the crowd while up a tree. Also good was the tiger, polar bears, panda, the lioness and the jaguar. Interestingly they had a number of tassie devils so obviously the breeding program has reached far and wide.
The next day we headed to sea world for the day. Plenty of highlights here and it blew the zoo out of the park in comparison. Beluga (white) whales, polar bears, penguins, otters and dolphins but the shows ...
... and dirt around the Lego creations.
I’m sure their budget here for that sort of thing isn't as grand as Disneyland and they certainly wouldn't have the numbers of staff to upkeep like they do at Disneyland. The bus driver on the tour told us that underneath Disneyland is a maze of tunnels that allows trucks to come in and restock supplies and no one even notices. It’s all done at night time when the park closes ready for ...