Take a vacation to #SanDiego, CA and see everything this wonderful city has to offer. Hop aboard the San Diego-Coronado Ferry for a scenic 15-minute ride toCoronado, the peninsula separating San Diego Bay from the PacificOcean. If you’d rather drive there, the San Diego-Coronado Bridgestretches more than 2 miles across the bay and soars 200 feet into theair, providing you with a wonderful vantage point from which to survey thecity, the bay and once in Coronado, drink a toast to Victorian opulence at the “Del,” thegrandCoronado Hotel del Coronado,Take in the spectacular views froma San Diego landmark since 1888. Beneath itsdistinctive red, peaked roof are almost a dozen restaurants, cafes andbars, making this historic beach resort a perfect spot for an elegantrepast or a beachside cocktail.
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San Diego calls itself â€œAmericaâ€™s Finest City,â€ a difficult slogan to live up
to, but one youâ€™ll likely agree with if for no other reason than the cityâ€™s
marvelous weather. This is sunny Southern California at its best; the
region centered about downtown very rarely sees temperatures above 80
in summer and below 40 in winterâ€”courtesy of prevailing Pacific Ocean
breezesâ€”and only about 10 inches of annual rainfall.
But while catching some rays on one of San
Diegoâ€™s postcard-beautiful beaches is
mandatory, itâ€™s certainly not the only way to
enjoy your stay. You could spend an entire
day just wandering through Balboa Park even
if you didnâ€™t step inside a single one of its 15
museums; their ornate Spanish-style exteriors are worth a look just by
themselves. And then thereâ€™s the parkâ€™s outstanding San Diego Zoo with
its lovely, leafy habitats designed to appeal to both animal residents and
human visitors alike.
Hiking along Point Lomaâ€™s bluffs in Cabrillo National Monument will make
your heart beat faster either due to the exercise or the stunning vistas;
take your pick. And you wonâ€™t have to shun the sun just to go shopping
either: Such locales as Seaport Village, Horton Plaza and the Gaslamp
Quarter let you savor San Diegoâ€™s balmy climate while souvenir hunting
in an eye-pleasing, alfresco setting.
Hop aboard the San Diego-Coronado Ferry for a scenic 15-minute ride to
Coronado, the peninsula separating San Diego Bay from the Pacific
Ocean. If youâ€™d rather drive there, the San Diego-Coronado Bridge
stretches more than 2 miles across the bay and soars 200 feet into the
air, providing you with a wonderful vantage point from which to survey the
city, the bay and
Once in Coronado, drink a toast to Vi