tx with transp to zoo, seaworld from dl worth it
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i did a mock reservation through dl.com to check out prices and i noticed they had add on choices to buy tx to zoo etc with transportation included . i have NO desire to drive at all and i could get shuttle to/from airport and to parks and i would be set, also eliminates decideing whether or not to stay in san diego.has anyone used service, what kind of transport is included, hours of depart etc,any info helpful
i also saw a option of several choices of transport choices from airport, which is best -
Are you staying in Anaheim? If so I would suggest a quicker and undoubtedly less expensive option would be to get a taxi form your hotel to the Anaheim Coaster station and take the Coaster down to SD. The taxi ride up from SD Union Station would cost no more than $10. If you went to Seaworld I would get off at the Old Town Station and take the connecting public bus to Seaworld, limited stops.
The Coaster runs quite often and is virtually empty most of the time. Plus it travelks right along the coast most of the way so you coudl enjoy the scenery.
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