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Fun Things to Do and See in San Diego



Top Attractions:
http://www.sandiego.org/what-to-do/attractions.aspx


Arts & Culture:
http://www.sandiego.org/what-to-do/arts-culture.aspx


Sports & Recreation:
http://www.sandiego.org/what-to-do/sports.aspx


Parks & Gardens:
http://www.sandiego.org/what-to-do/parks-gardens.aspx


Tours & Sightseeing:
http://www.sandiego.org/what-to-do/tours-sightseeing.aspx


Seaport Village:
http://www.sandiego.org/members/shopping/seaport-village.aspx

seaport villageOn your next trip to San Diego you can be assured of two things: the weather will be amazing and you'll discover lots to do at Seaport Village. Come explore 50-plus diverse shops, 17 unique eateries and outdoor entertainment and find everything under the sun. Dine at any of four bay-view dining restaurants. You can nibble, snack or chow down at more than a dozen smaller eateries. Surf and turf to burgers and pizza. Ice cream, cookies, popcorn. Whatever. Thirst's covered too - sodas, milkshakes, lemonade, beer, wine, cocktails and, well, too many drinks. One last decision to make: a table inside or out on the deck with a view of the bay?


Gaslamp Quarter:
http://www.sandiego.org/discover/gaslamp-quarter.aspx

Rising from the 16 square-blocks are Victorian-era buildings and modern skyscrapers that stand side by side, housing more than 100 of the city's finest restaurants, pubs, nightclubs and retails shops, as well as offices and residential/work lofts. Downtown San Diego's Gaslamp Quarter is a veritable playground, rich with cultural offerings that include theatres, art galleries, symphony halls, concert venues and museums.

Coronado:
http://www.sandiego.org/discover/coronado.aspx

coronadoVoted the #1 beach in the United States for 2012 by Dr. Beach, the leading beach expert, Coronado offers pristine sand, gentle surf and a charming community with a small-town feel. Situated just across the Big Bay from downtown San Diego, Coronado is most notably known for two famous structures, the historic Hotel del Coronado and the distinctive San Diego-Coronado Bridge. But beyond these architectural marvels, the quaint island community of Coronado offers visitors an experience that is a world apart. Coronado's coastline offers gentle surf and sparkling sand beaches (courtesy of the mineral Mica) that draw in visitors from around the world. Add to this a charming small-town quaintness, with elegant gardens, old-world mansions, unique shopping experiences, and dining options with spectacular ocean views, no wonder it's been dubbed as "The Crown City" (Coronado is Spanish for "the crowned one").




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