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Budget for Two

Bristol, two nights $252.11

Trolley, two-day passes 16.00

Admission, Chula Vista Nature Center 7.00

Lunch, Señor Maguey 20.00

Dinner, Zagarella 62.57

Other meals 21.51

Gas 9.86

FINAL TAB $389.05

Bristol San Diego, 1055 1st Ave., San Diego, CA 92101; (800) 662-4477 or (619) 232-6141, fax (619) 232-0118,

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