Vagabond Inn - San Diego Airport Marina
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... loving it. The show was very different to the Dolphins. None of the trainers entered the water, they gave direction from the outside.
FUN FACTS - Orcas are actually Dolphins and they eat up to 500pounds of food a day - this is 5% of their body weight. They learn by action immitation which is how the trainers train them.
The show was accompanied by a strong message ...
... went back to the ship and got a pizza. We were up early again the next morning. Another lazy Sunday and another early morning. Me, Rab, Stan and Squancy were once again going out for the day. The plan was to head out in to Coronado again for breakfast (I was determined to get some pancakes) before getting a taxi to Sea World... This would turn out to be quite a bizarre but very enjoyable day. We went for breakfast in a place called The Firehouse. We all ordered our breakfast with ...
... night in San Diego we got e opportunity, if we wanted to, to go to an NFL game, San Diego Chargers versus the Denver Broncos. Even though I'm not a huge fan, I thought it'd be a good experience, and I'm pretty sure I won't get another opportunity, at least in the near future, so I went. I wasn't quite sure what to expect, as all my knowledge of the game comes from TV, which I don't really pay attention to anyway, but I'll say one thing : it was ...
... 8 corridor was landscaped with palm trees and colorful flora all along the right-of-way providing a remarkable view and drive for a federal highway. We need that level of detail along Texas' highways.
We arrived to the zoo parking lot and, wow, were there a lot of people here today. Well, it was Saturday. We had to park waaaaaay out (and no, I didn't make a mistake with all the a's in that "way" - we were a distance from the gate!). When we started walking ...
... in Don's chair & pretending to join the ladies for lunch. We've learned that they work everyday usually 12 hour shifts and that they normally are months away from home. One of our waiters today will have been away from his wife & 5 year old daughter for a year when he gets his leave in less than a month. At that point he will stay home for 6 months before heading off again. Not much of a life! They all seem positive and pleasant. ...