DoubleTree by Hilton Golf Resort San Diego
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Day 9. This morning I woke in sunny downtown San Diego and walked to a quaint little coffee shop with Laura for breakfast before she went off to class for a few hours. You know how those law students have to be studious and get their study on ;). I spent some time people watching and talking to the locals after Laura left for class. I’ve found this is the best way to immerse myself into the unique culture of each place I visit. A guy walked by who had a ...
When I first goggled the subject packing for Hawaii my search turned up tons of travel blogs sharing their knowledge on packing for a trip to Hawaii. I learned so many tips and tricks after reading all the blogs that it inspired me to start writing my own blog, and so it begins. 2 Traveling Bears going to Hawaii. Keep in mind as you read this that I have never written a blog before.
Among the obvious the one thing that everyone agreed ...
... in what is considered a "pitcher's park" ... pretty lowkey as far as between inning sideshow things ... good crowd for a Tuesday night but you could tell they are frustrated with how the team is doing ... Home team record: 2-2 ... Next stop AT&T Park in San Francisco (10 hours back the direction I just came. I need to fire my travel agent!)
Distance Traveled: 2657
Stadiums Visited: 4
Sight of the Day: The ...
... beluga whales, walruses, piranhas and so much more. Oh- and flamingoes! I got to see real life flamingoes. They were gorgeous- although more of a coral colour than the pink that I was expecting. We could put a few coins into a machine that would spill out food pebbles that we could then feed them. Pretty cool hey!? The park was awesome and we were lucky in that it was so quiet that we could walk straight onto all the rides and attractions with ease.
... stow it. Now it's time to hook up the van, which requires two tow bars (with lynch pins now double and triple checked), two safety chains, lights and power for the transmission pump, which keeps the transmission happy while it works with its drive and load reversed. Take the trash to the dumpster and check the campsite for items not to be left behind and we're ready to set off.
8:30 AM Depending ...