I worked on a tourist guide about New England a few months ago, and thanks to that, I traveled a lot in the region. I saw and wrote a lot of things, and took a lot of pictures. I posted most of them on the blog but there are still some places that I haven’t showed you yet, mostly because I didn’t have enough time to do so. Among them, there’s the mount Auburn cemetery that I visited last July, as you can see from the green grass – I guess that it doesn’t look like that anymore, now that we’re in the midst of gloomy fall.
Thanksgiving is one of the most important holiday here in the US. I’ve never celebrated it in France where it’s just an ordinary day. We haven’t planned anything for this long weekend since this holiday was stuck between our San Diego trip and our upcoming Christmas in France (2 years without coming back, I’m starting to forget the taste of croissants). But Thanksgiving is a family holiday so we would have to make our own party or find a family ready to adopt us for the day. My friend Jen invited us one week ago. Hooray!!
It took us some time to decide whether or not we wanted to spend the day at the zoo. There was no kid in our group, but since we were a group, every decision was hard to make. Eventually we went to the zoo in San Diego on a rainy and grey day – what else could we do, surf? Ah, ah. No. The park was huge, if we had felt lazy we could even have taken a bus to take us around. The most impressive thing was the variety of animals. Some of them are really cute, and they are the real stars of the zoo – koala and panda, to name the most famous. But unfortunately, others animals live in a tiny cage and don’t look so happy. That’s the ambiguous status of every zoo I guess. Manu took some pictures during that day of the cutest ones.
We spent 10 days in San Diego with a bunch of friends. Manu had to go to a conference for some days but the rest of the time was dedicated to… vacation. Here are the 10 things I liked in San Diego
We are still in San Diego for one more day! The past ten days, we tried to be at the beach to watch the sunset. It was spectacular every night…