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Balboa Park

Knott’s Berry Farm

Old Town San Diego

Beaches

La Jolla

San Diego Harbor

Carlsbad Flower Field

Lego Land

San Diego Zoo

Disneyland

Los Angeles Airport

Sea World

John Wayne Airport

Mission Bay Park

Wild Animal Park

     
 

La Jolla

Arrive before 10 a.m., grab some coffee, head to Scripp’s Park, and pinch yourself—you’re in La Jolla, San Diego, not the Cote d’Azur! La Jolla is not only a destination in itself; it also makes an ideal base camp for exploring other San Diego attractions. This lovely community boasts a spectacular coastline, exceptional shopping, great restaurants, and many art galleries—all within a compact, highly walkable area.  For the ultimate California experience, stroll along Coast Boulevard and watch the pelicans patrol the waves and roost on the sandstone cliffs. You’ll likely see a family of seals lounging on the shore at Children’s Pool Beach. The green expanse of Scripp’s Park draws adults and children, who delight in the beauty of La Jolla Cove against the backdrop of the shimmering blue Pacific. La Jolla Shores, off Torrey Pines Road, offers a great beach, boardwalk, and a play area for the kids.

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Beaches

When you think “San Diego,” think “beaches” — warm, wide, sandy, clean, perfect beaches! From Blacks Beach to Oceanside in North County, you’re never far from the sea. San Diego’s pleasant climate lures visitors outdoors and into the water. There’s so much to do—swim, surf, snorkel, walk, jog, bicycle, skate... you get the idea

 

 

 

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Wild Animal Park

Experience a unique adventure at the Wild Animal Park’s 2,100-acre preserve, where animals wander freely in surroundings much like their native homelands. A quiet railway, pathways, and shows enable you observe both animals and exotic plants.

 

 

 

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Sea World

Arrive before 10 a.m., grab some coffee, head to Scripp’s Park, and pinch yourself—you’re in La Jolla, San Diego, not the Cote d’Azur! La Jolla is not only a destination in itself; it also makes an ideal base camp for exploring other San Diego attractions. This lovely community boasts a spectacular coastline, exceptional shopping, great restaurants, and many art galleries—all within a compact, highly walkable area.  For the ultimate California experience, stroll along Coast Boulevard and watch the pelicans patrol the waves and roost on the sandstone cliffs. You’ll likely see a family of seals lounging on the shore at Children’s Pool Beach.

 

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Balboa Park

The heart and soul of San Diego—is a verdant oasis situated minutes from downtown, the harbor, and Mission Valley. Imagine wide green lawns, tinkling fountains, Spanish architecture, lush gardens... Balboa Park’s 15 diverse museums span interests like aerospace, sports, fine art, folk art, history, and dinosaurs. Part with some cash or visit all day for free; Balboa Park’s offers a wide range of low or no-cost activities for the entire family. But be forewarned: You may just find yourself returning to Balboa Park’s 1,200 visitor-friendly acres again and again—just like a native San Diegan.

 

 

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Legoland

One of San Diego’s premier theme parks—ignites creativity in kids and adults of all ages. Feel the excitement grow as you approach the front entrance, where a 9-foot, bright red, LEGO dinosaur welcomes you to a day of color, amusement, thrills, and action! LEGOLAND is divided into several areas—the Beginning, Dino Island, Explore Village, Miniland USA, Funtown, Knight’s Village, and Imagination Zone.

 

 

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Mission Bay Park

San Diego’s biggest playground. This water wonderland boasts 27 miles of shoreline, 19 miles of sandy beaches, free parking, great playgrounds, picnic sites, barbecues, and basketball and volleyball courts. Plus, it’s minutes from the airport, Mission Valley, and downtown. Since the park covers over 4,000 acres, it pays to stop at the San Diego Visitor Information Center located off I-5 at Clairemont Drive, right on Mission Bay. This attractive center, open from 9 a.m. to dusk, is a treasure trove of info with a gift shop, exhibits, and helpful maps. And it’s the perfect spot to begin exploring Mission Bay. Walk down the wide path that curves around the bay, take off your shoes, and feel the warm sand or maybe dip a toe in the beckoning water. Or hop in the car and cruise East Mission Bay Drive to get a feel for the area.

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Old Town San Diego

Relive the exciting early days of California in Old Town San Diego. This charming area minutes from downtown and Mission Valley is home to the beautiful Plaza Del Pasado, Old Town State Historic Park, and a superb shopping and dining district. Old Town San Diego hotels provide close and easy access to all the dining, shopping and nightlife Old Town has to offer.

 

 

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San Diego Harbor

Take a cruise or an excursion and experience San Diego Bay from a dolphin’s perspective. Stroll, bike, or skate along San Diego Embarcadero to or from Seaport Village. Relax and count the sailboats and sailors--sailing against the backdrop of the graceful Coronado Bay Bridge. A lovely seafood meal, a Coronado ferry boat ride at twilight to Coronado… just a few of San Diego Bay's endless possibilities. The Embarcadero (Spanish for wharf) along Harbor Drive covers the area from the Star of India to Seaport Village. Consider starting along the scenic San Diego Harbor and strolling from Embarcadero Marina Park, which borders Seaport Village and the San Diego Convention Center, to the Maritime Museum's Star of India, the oldest active sailing ship in the world and the pride of San Diego Bay.

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  Los Angeles Airport

Los Angeles Airport

(LAX) is the world’s busiest origin and destination (O & D) airport. O&D passengers are those beginning or ending their trips in Southern California rather than using the airport for connecting flights. In total traffic, LAX is the sixth busiest airport in the world for passengers and ranks 13th in the world in air cargo tonnage handled. Originally known as Mines Field, the LAX site has been used as a general aviation field since 1928. During World War II, it was used for military flights. Commercial airline service started in December 1946. The present terminal complex was constructed in 1961. In the early 1980s, LAX added domestic and international terminals and a second-level roadway.

 

 

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  Knott's Berry Farm

Knott's Berry Farm

This really once was a berry farm. Walter Knott built a themed Ghost Town to entertain diners waiting for tables at his wife's fried chicken restaurant. Over the years, the park grew into a destination of its own. Today, the park is owned by the Cedar Fair company. Knott's Berry Farm is located in Buena Park, California, about 45 minutes south of Los Angeles and five minutes west of Disneyland.

 

 

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  Disneyland

Disneyland
The granddaddy of all theme parks is still one of the most popular. The fundamental Disneyland California experience is a retelling of a popular Disney story: a ride through Snow White's house or the Pirates of the Carribean's lair, watching inventor Wayne Szalinski shrink (and blow up) the kids, dog and audience or careening through the Temple of Doom. Heavy on rides that the whole family can enjoy and with only a few screaming roller coasters, Disneyland is perfect for a family getaway.

 

 

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  Carlsbad Flower Field

Carlsbad Flower Field

Come and celebrate the beauty of The Flower Fields®. A 50-acre rainbow of blooming Ranunculus flowers thrill freeway passers. Because of the incredible flowering fields, Legoland chose to build near here. The season is short (approximately March through May) with the greatest display in early to mid-April. Pathways take you up the gently sloping fields, where most people stand in silence, taking in the abundant flowers and gazing at the Carlsbad coastline. A large tent serves as the hospitality center gift shop offering a rich array of blooming plants to take home, souvenir cups, tote bags, clothing and packages of the Ranunculus corms to plant in your own garden.

 

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  John Wayne Airport

John Wayne Airport

Even with the presence of commercial airline operations, general aviation use is significant. General aviation operations outnumber commercial operations and several facilities at the airport serve the general aviation and corporate aviation community. It is centrally located in Orange County with convenient access to hotels, conference centers and tourist destinations. John Wayne Airport is working every day to ensure that business and leisure travelers alike receive the very best in customer service.

 

 

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San Diego Zoo

Join the wild bunch at the San Diego Zoo and discover why folks return again and again to San Diego’s most famous attraction! The first exhibit you’ll see at the San Diego Zoo is the much-photographed Flamingo Lagoon. Also near the entrance is the Children’s Zoo, which features 30 child-size exhibits, the Petting Paddock, and a baby animal nursery. These are the best stops for children, along with the Wegeforth Bowl (home of the popular Sea Lion Show) and the Hunte Amphitheater shows. Then there’s the Giant Panda Research Station, home to the San Diego Zoo’s most famous residents. Other attractions include Polar Bear Plunge and Elephant Mesa, where you can watch the chimps play and listen to colorful birds sing. The whole family will enjoy the gorilla and orangutan exhibits.

 

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