Super 8 San Diego/Imperial Beach
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... the Zoo. Besides some younger child's episodes (no names please) it was a nice outing. The truth is that the zoos in Israel are great and there wasn't anything really knew for us except maybe the Panda who was fast asleep (and we had to wait in the sun almost half an hour to see her!) But our kids love animals, reptiles, insects, and they had a good time.
From the zoo we found our way to the one and only kosher restaurant in San Diego, ...
... the WWII was ended. I'm sure everyone knows the famous photograph: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Kissi ng_the_War_Goodbye.jpg
There are trolleys and buses which run pretty frequently and there are even schedules on the bus stops (not that common in the US). You can buy 1/2/3 and 4-day passes which cost respectively 5/9/12 and 15 USD plus 2 USD for the plastic card itself. There is even a trolley line which will take you right ...
... Although I will miss the sunshine!
Future plans extend as far as spending some more time there before seeing where the world takes me. Claud and my panniers will accompany me back so who knows what's in store. But for now Canada, Toronto and whatever may be next......
The final thank you's go to John, Susan, Baci, Shadow and Cara for the tlc.
Fellow cyclists Dave and Tracey, Andrea and Mattheas, Richard, Eric, Johan, Gerry, Tom and Emma. Camp hosts ...
... wouldn’t turn his nose up at this place! If you know who Mark Francis is, then you probably just chortled. If you don’t, then you’re probably too cool to watch Made in Chelsea. Seriously, don’t fight it.
This fear of being surrounded by such wealth soon subsided however, and before long I was swinging from the chandeliers*. The first few days I barely left the apartment, and why would I? It was nice to just lounge ...
... eye on the car's engine temperature because of the outside heat. Lorrie suggested we turn off the AC and open the windows. We stuck our arms out the car windows - painfully hot! We estimate this was likely the hottest part of the trip, that the outside temperature had surpassed 120 degrees!
Remarkably, only a couple of hours later, we rolled in to San Diego and the temperature was very comfortably in the mid-seventies.