Bay Inn and Suites
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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San Diego zoo is hugeeee...... We thought it was a little expensive at $43 a person to begin with but after being there for 5 hours constantly seeing new things we realised maybe not. All in all it was incredible with everything from lions and jaguars to baby gorillas and orangutang's and thousands of different bird species! After being there all day we drove to Gaslamp Quarter in downtown...which for a Tuesday night was very busy as we walked the blocks ...
... Island we drove across the long bridge that spans the bay. The bridge had to be built high enough to allow large ships to pass beneath it (San Diego being a major naval base) so it is a long, curving span of 2.1 miles. As we drove across the bridge the sun was low in the sky, a navy ship was headed out to sea and a plane was taking off ...
... drill, you will not be sailing. Those cylinder rafts look so intimidating – I would never be able to do it if push came to shove! Keep visioning that ship, The Concordia, off the island in Italy.
Politics on board is the same as any corporate office in the world…..who likes you, who doesn’t, who gets you to the next step, who holds you back. Who finally frustrates you enough that you quit…..even if you do have to pay your ...
... the evening air; and people, a whole hell of a lot of them. The biggest decision of the night involved choosing between a hormone injected 8 pound turkey leg and a foot long hot dog created from scraps of lard and pig waste. After considering the process of delivering the food to market, I elected to take my chances with the turkey leg. It was a good choice. I did not throw up or make a trip to the bathroom within at least an hour of consumption. That had to be a ...
... water. It came to our attention how many US naval ships were parked along the western end. Turns out there's a huge port in San deigo. So off to the zoo we went strangely enough on zoo drive, we handed over our city passes with huge grimaces on our face then made a B-line at a brisk pace to the giant panda exhibition. Where we saw 2 of the three, as papa bear had been in for surgery and was recovering. Apparently it was the first time the cub had been on show by ...