Seaworld and see ya.
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I woke up early to a slightly less gray day than I'd seen so far. Seems like everyday starts out that way in San Diego.
With a last day on my trip at hand, and a big chunk of cash yet to recoup on my Go San DIego card (I payed 120$ for it, and so far had only used it for about 75$ worth of attractions. I had a choice between one big attraction or several smaller ones. The only big atraction didn't really interested me too much, but the interesting smaller ones would require a lot more running around and sounded like a lot of extra work. Ultimately, laziness won the field, and I decided to go with the bigger attraction: Seaworld.
Ultimately, I didn't like it very much.
I spent about 4 hours there and then decided to think about heading back. I needed to stop off at Old Town. On the one hand, I wanted to get some pictures of the places that we had visited with the ghost tour the previous evening.
I took a last look around Old Town. I really liked it there. With all teh hustle and bustle among the old buildings, I got these odd burst of thoughts that this is what it must have looked like on festival days in the early years of the city, when all the farmers from the outlying area come to town... except with less cellphones. I considered trying to get something to eat, but it being SUnday evening everything was packed and I had to have an early evening. I went back to the hotel and tried ot plan dinner from there. The only thing that was close that applealed to me(barely) was a Cheesecake Factory. I went there and had a mediocre meal and then headed back to the hotel to pack. The next morning, it ws up bright and early for the travel back home.