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A La Jolla Cove sunset
Where To Play In San Diego
Please note that this list is a work in progress and will be regularly updated

+ Coronado Island. Go on a leisurely bike ride around the island (another post here)
+ La Jolla Cove. Take a walk along the water, watch the seals at La Jolla Cove, and check out some of the great shops on Girard Ave. (another post herehere, and here
Balboa Park. Take in the beautiful buildings, walk along on the hiking trails, check out the museums, visit the Japanese Friendship Garden, watch a concert at the Organ Pavilion, or just take nap on the grass.
+ Sea World. I spend hours at Sea World watching the dolphins play
Hike Torrey Pines (another post here)
+ If you're visiting in July/Aug. make sure you check out the Del Mar races
+ Enjoy a bike ride around Mission Bay
+ Visit the San Diego Zoo
+ Be a beach bum for a day at any of these beautiful beaches:
- Wind N' Sea: less touristy, but so so beautiful
- Del Mar: Cute boutiques, beautiful hotels, and classy environment
- La Jolla Cove: great place to go snorkeling
- The Hotel Del Coronado's beach: just rated the best beach in the United States.
Encinitas: young, cute boutiques, and a sweet hippy like environment (blog post here and here)
- Pacific Beach: more of a "college neighborhood" it's home to a lot of great restaurants, good surfing, and a really fun atmosphereI blogged about Pacific Beach hereherehereherehere.

San Diego has lots of fun neighborhoods and some of my favorites are:
+ La Jolla. Beautiful (and more upscale) beach town with a beautiful beach and great restaurants/shops
+ Little Italy. Great art galleries, restaurants, and views of San Diego Bay (blog post here
+ Encinitas. A beachy community that has a bit of a hippy atmosphere. You will find great food, beautiful ocean views, fun shopping, and lots of yoga studios.
+ Hillcrest. Considered the gay neighborhood of San Diego, and one of my very favorite places to hang out. There are so many great restaurants and bars here. It's a safe neighborhood with a lot of culture. :)
+ Downtown (specifically Gas Lamp and East Village). Definitely a place to check out while you are visiting San Diego. It's very "happening", makes for great people watching, and makes for a fun night out.

Check out my recommendations for Where To Eat In San Diego

1 comments:

Julie said...

Thanks for the tips!
I'm on my way to San Diego right now and i CANT wait!

XO
Julie

1 comments:

Julie said...

Thanks for the tips!
I'm on my way to San Diego right now and i CANT wait!

XO
Julie

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