We continued our adventure in San Diego with visiting the famous Zoo. Make sure to arrive early, as it get’s crowded. I also recommend purchasing tickets in advance – online. You will receive a map at the gates.
The Zoo is very large in size, so in order to enjoy all the animals, more than one day is needed. We managed to squeeze most of it in one day due to tight schedule. There is an option to use tour bus inside the zoo, which may be a good idea if you are not into long walks. Luckily there is enough shade to hide from the sun.
The animals are truly wonderful and they are kept very well. We really enjoyed seeing a panda, even though there was a huge line. The Zoo is making a great job by preserving and breeding these amazing animals.
One my personal favorites was cheetah and lab together in one cage – they are animal ambassadors – raised together, they are kept separately from other zoo animals, play and live together as friends.
Here are some photos from our visit :
Our Cirque du Soleil experience started with a proper research. We were only for 1 day in Las Vegas, so it had to be a good show for limited budget. For me, visiting Cirque du Soleil was one of the main reasons for coming to Vegas. Among other things, like casinos and nightlife, these shows are a true highlight and a must see for anyone visiting Sin City for the first time. Read the rest of this entry »
Our visit to Grand Canyon was in early March 2016. The weather was getting warmer already and it was a perfect day for a nature walk. It was a dream to see the beauty of this nature phenomenon, so we planned whole day for this visit. Read the rest of this entry »
Now that a month has passed since we returned from our awesome road trip in the US, it’s time to sum up and create a post on the things we liked. We have packed a lot of different destinations, so the trip was quite intense. I might have to thing of few more posts on some specific locations and things we did. Here are some of the best moments and memorable experiences from our trip. Read the rest of this entry »