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... Brent Richards for the recommendation. Monday and we hit the San Diego Zoo. An amazing zoo, very much like Taronga in Sydney as it's on the side of a hill. Highlights were the Panda and Polar bears and all the freaky snakes! On the way back we picked up an oil column heater (for when it gets so cold that the LPG freezes and the gas heater stops working) and some heavier blankets. No joy on the blankets - i don't think it gets ...
... to the day since Ross had last been there. Gone is the huge car park. Replaced with an equally huge multistorey car parking building, and another completely new theme park, in addition to the original Disneyland. We drove in the gate at about 3pm with hundred of other vehicles! 8 lanes of cars entering with the car park, fee processing taking thirty seconds max. Just a card swipe. No PIN or signature required. ...
Up early, fantastic continental breakfast included and then we continued south. Much warmer day today - the cold northerly wind appears to have abated. We were amazed to see the expanse of produce farms along the beginning of this section. Also the many pumpkin patches with it being fall. We drove again along some breathtaking coastline. We hadn't realized that there were oil rigs just off the California coastline, ...
... didn't like them but now we can say we have tried them and we will have to find something else for breakfast tomorrow.
Then we headed to Disneyland with lots of other families. Sybella was very happy to ride in the bright purple stroller we had brought. Many of the rides at Disneyland had height requirements and Madi and Cal were big enough for most but Sybella could only go on some of the rides.
The rides we went on were:
Autopia a car ride
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