We then left Maureen and Joshua to explore Horton Plaza whilst Schuyler, Kyle and I visited the San Diego Air and Space Museum. The Museum is great, but unfortunately, they close early, so we were left with on 45 minutes to explore. The highlights of this museum are the Apollo 9 Command Module, beautifully restored Mustang, Spitfire, Corsair and Me-109 and the magnificent A12 (older version of the SR-71 Blackbird) and Sea Dart which stand outside the front of the Museum.
Here's some pictures:
We then headed back to Horton Plaza to pick up Maureen and Joshua, but not before we ventured in to pick up some new Basketball shoes for Kyle...he was pretty excited. We attempted to have dinner at the Red Lobster but it was severely packed and we would have to wait a while, so we settled on Arbys and were so impressed, we rang the bell (it's what you do apparently).
We didn't get to bed until around midnight, but managed to get in a Skype call back to Maureen's family.
Here's the shot of the day.