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San Diego Piers

San Diego Piers

Thing To Do #76: Walk Over Water Piers are the perfect place to take a stroll, fish, marvel at the surfers below, or simply people watch. Tops among them: At Crystal Pier in Pacific Beach you can rent one of 29 cottages on the pier. Make your reservations way ahead of time: 11 months for a summer reservation, (Continue reading)

San Diego’s East Village

San Diego's East Village

Thing To Do #66: Visit San Diego's East VILLAGE East Village is San Diego’s largest and most rapidly developing neighborhood encompassing 130 blocks. Bursting into life in the past few years, East Village is the largest district downtown, located east of the Gaslamp Quarter and southeast of the Core district and (Continue reading)

Veteran’s Museum

Veteran's Museum

Thing To Do #51: Visit The Veteran's Museum The Veterans Museum and Memorial Center occupies the former chapel of the Naval Hospital on Inspiration Point in San Diego’s Balboa Park. The original hospital buildings have been a familiar and nostalgic landmark to countless naval personnel and San Diegans alike since (Continue reading)

Miniature Engineering Craftsmanship Museum

Miniature Engineering Craftsmanship Museum

Thing To Do #38: Miniature Models, Motors And More! At the Miniature Engineering Craftsmanship Museum in Carlsbad, be prepared to feel larger than life as you walk through aisles of miniature models with attention to detail that will take your breath away. Start with the miniature dollhouses, each housing multiple (Continue reading)

Mt. Soledad

Mt. Soledad

Thing To Do #77: Amazing Views On Mt. Soledad The Mt. Soledad Cross is one of the best-known landmarks in San Diego. Designed as a tribute to the men and women who gave their lives in military service, it has become a draw for people who enjoy the magnificent panoramic views of San Diego from the nearby observation (Continue reading)

Heritage Park

Heritage Park

Thing To do #45: A Visit To A Victorian Village On the southern outskirts of Old Town, you’ll find a unique gateway to the Victorian world, a remnant of the unique English sensibilities settlers brought with them as they established their homes in the West. It’s called the Victorian Village at Heritage Park. (Continue reading)

William Heath Davis House

William Heath Davis House

Thing To Do #49: Visit The Oldest House In San Diego's Historic Gaslamp Quarter The William Heath Davis House is the oldest house in San Diego’s historic Gaslamp Quarter, dating back to 1850. When William Heath Davis was trying to start his “New Town” by San Diego Bay. There was a shortage of lumber in the (Continue reading)

Spanish Village Art Center

Spanish Village Art Center

 Thing To Do #50: Stroll The Art Lovers village Artists need space and freedom to create. And right here in Balboa Park, the Spanish Art Village gives artists exactly that. The Village is filled with art studios, each one home to a creative soul. As a visitor to the Village, you can see real artists creating real (Continue reading)

Visit The Gaslamp Quarter

Visit The Gaslamp Quarter

Thing To Do #64: The Historic Gaslamp District   The Gaslamp Quarter got its name from the gas-lamps that lined the streets of the town during the late 19th and early 20th centuries.  Today, the Gaslamp Quarter is almost 17 city blocks of dining, shopping, and entertainment; surrounding visitors with the (Continue reading)

San Diego Embarcadero

San Diego Embarcadero

Thing To Do #36: Stroll The Embarcadero When you take a stroll along the Embarcadero boardwalk that runs along Broadway on the east side of San Diego Bay, you’ll wind past a beautiful waterfront park on Harbor Drive, the San Diego cruise ship terminal, the USS Midway museum ship at Navy Pier, the Star of India (Continue reading)

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