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... The ship's movement did take a little time to get used to. My head was spinning a bit at first when my brain was trying to make sense of this new way of maintaining equilibrium. After a few hours, I was fully adapted to the gentle rocking and was barely aware of it. Aided by a full stomach, we headed for bed because tomorrow, we visit Catalina Island bright and early: we're meeting in the theatre at 8:10 am for our excursion, the Grand Canyon Tour in a ...
... layout and attractions before purchasing passes for the 15 museums in the area. The park also houses the world famous San Diego Zoo. The museums are centered on a pedestrian area named the Prada. The building designs appear to be what you might see in Spain or maybe Italy from the classic period with ornate facades and decorated domes. They date from the Panama-California Exposition of 1935-36. The park itself contains a wide variety of plant and tree species and a ...
... we arrived, we were met by Percyanother guide from Condor who would take us through Machu Picchu. The town is around 8700ft. above sea level. The town here survives on the tourist that visit here, over a million people visit every year up to 6000 a day sometimes. The town is full of vendors selling every type of item a tourist might want. Alpaca clothing, hats, blankets and more are a big seller from the area. We boarded another bus for the 20 minute ride to to the top of the ...
... Unintentionally, I managed to draw the attention of cruisers around me by missing the last step on the stairs and was about to roll over the balcony as people let out with a loud gasp! Thankfully all is well other than a couple of well-placed rug burns on my knees and a little dab of Polysporin to aid in the healing process from Dr. Deborah.
At the time of writing, we’re just off the coast of Oxnard, California (we’re miles off ...
The San Diego Zoo and Legoland
Wed 20 Aug - flew in late
Thurs 21 Aug - spent the day exploring San Diego on foot and enjoying some Ghirardelli chocs and Mexican for lunch. Nice and warm but high humidity
The zoo was great and huge. We were there from 9am - 4pm ( couldnt manage 9am - 9pm!) The morning was great lots ...
Other places to stay in San Diego
Old Town/Hotel Circle, San Diego | 3 star hotelfrom $139
2660 Calhoun Street, San Diego | Hotelfrom $141