Holiday Inn Express Sea World
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... was what the locals expected.
We left the game during the 7th innings to get home. (a game goes for 9 innings and extra if a draw after the 9th ). The last bus left Old Town transit centre at 830pm. We caught a trolley from the stadium to the transit centre. A trolley in San Diego is what we call a tram in Melbourne. A swim before bed and we all enjoyed a good night’s sleep after our busy ...
... we quickly pull into, set our tent up before it gets too dark and head back to the front gate to deposit our money into the envelope ($22 for the night). That was a close call, plus this campground in the middle of the forest happened to have showers and toilets. What a find at 8pm at night!
We drive to the showers (as the site we had got was too far of a walk at night to get to them) and realise they’re pay ones. So you need 4 quarters for 3minutes. ...
... 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 ...
... trailer was set up we immediately jumped on our bikes and pedalled all the way to Sea World to check it out, almost 20 km of biking for us today, on lovely level, paved, wide paths that go all along the seashore, it was beautiful!
This was the first time I've ever been to San Diego (D was here about 40 years ago with Heather & Bruce!) and it ...
... every 14 days or so (my first ship sailed two-week voyages); the cast of characters would change as contracts ended -- and others began.
Today, the score is about even between women to men with more diverse ages and nationalities to heighten interest. But it's still the same old three-ring circus (whose performances tend to be fairly continuous). It's easy to understand why: With 500 to 2,000 crew living in one place -- and with the job's ...