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I woke up to a the sunlight in the window, it was a going to be a great day at 73 degrees Fahrenheit (23 degrees Celsius). This temperature was about average temperature for a late summer in California with the sun beaming down on my room I now knew why it was called "The Golden State".
Today I planned to visit the San Diego Zoo and see some wildlife. The entry price was $46(48.90 Australian Dollars) for a Day ...
... Behind that, across the walk way is a small grassy hill. For $5 a fan can bring a blanket and sit here instead of in the stadium seating even though the hill is technically on stadium grounds. A small stage was also on the hill. In the opposite corner of the outfield was an equally interesting feature, made more interesting by Wayne's knowledge of the background. A brick facade of an old downtown building juts out of the stadium seats on to ...
... is also not to be
missed. It is full of shops, boutiques and restaurants. Here, you
can wander around and shop for trinkets, and have a cold beer or
margarita before heading back to the ship. It has a fun and festive
If one is looking for the Ritz and
glitz, head to La Jolla which is famous for resorts catering to the
rich and famous. Some of the best restaurants sit over-looking the
rocky bluff to the ...
... Admittedly the item was sold as a jumbo cupcake. It could have easily divided between four though.
Driving down to San Diego I stopped at a place called San Juan Capistrano for a coffee. They had an air-raid style siren being tested today, which according to the woman on the next table is a tsunami warning. I would never have thought of that. It is the Pacific ocean though. And I know the words Fukishima and Banda Aceh from the ...
... and down. By this time it is sweltering, I don’t ask Emma if she’s cold cause I know the answer already. My favourite animals were the bears and elephants. The keepers gave the elephants pumpkins which they were less than impressed with and with crushed them or threw them out of the enclosure. The other cool thing was seeing the Giant Pandas in their enclosure. We queued for 45 minutes, yes 45 minutes in the burning heat but it was worth it when we ...