Staybridge Suites San Diego Rancho Bernardo Area
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... Old Town San Diego State Historic Park, Presidio Park, and the Mormon Battalion Visitor Center. The area also contains Heritage Park, a county park showcasing historic buildings which were moved to the site from other locations, including several Victorian homes and San Diego's first synagogue, Temple Beth Israel. The restaurants were pretty busy and there were many people in the Old Town Market Place with its shops and historical building that are open to the public. ...
... and Pedro Miguel. It is just amazing to see large ships being lifted and lowered through these locks that built over 100 years ago and are still working as efficiently as they did when first built. We could also see the new locks that are being built to accomodate the Post Panamax ships that are so big now, the new locks are said to be ready by late 2015 but they are so far behind and over budget that it will probably be a few years longer. The ships that pass through pay large ...
... to walk outside in the middle of the day and be able to actually go for a walk and enjoy the outdoors was, literally, a breath of fresh air. We explored many areas and I was truly awed by the natural beauty of the area. San Diego is on a very hilly peninsula so there are areas of flat sandy beaches that give way to rocky areas that become cliffs looking down on the power and majesty of the Pacific Ocean crashing on the rocks. As you walk ,there are ...
... was a place called 'Shout House'. This was a really cool place with two people battling it out against each other on the piano. Instead of playing classical music they played songs requested from the crowd. It was a lot of fun with many sing-a-long songs.
After that we went to Double Deuce which was another pub, but this one had a mechanical bull. We didn't ride it but we had fun watching other people try and fail.
Tomorrow we go to SeaWorld.
B & L x
In the couple of days leading up to the wedding, we got to know a few of the friends and family who had gathered for the ceremony.
Thursday Ben had organised tickets for any interested parties to go to a baseball game in down
town San Diego. So we all went by train and trolley as they call the trams, to the stadium.
It was an interesting experience but not very fast moving. The best part was ...