SAN DIEGO California Journey Information – Prime Issues To See and Do

SAN DIEGO California Travel Guide - Top Things To See and Do

San Diego is one in all my favorite locations within the US and I wish to present you why. Use this journey information that can assist you plan your trip with this journey information with one of the best issues to do. Open this as much as be taught extra ↓

🔴Listed here are all of the locations that I placed on my San Diego itinerary:
San Diego Zoo – 0:21
USS Halfway – 1:04
Seaport Village – 2:14
La Jolla – 2:34
Hornblower Cruises – 3:16
Maritime Museum of San Diego – 3:55
Switchfoot’s Bro-Am in Encinitas – 4:33
Previous City Trolley Excursions – 6:17
Balboa Park – 6:49
Gaslamp Quarters – 7:37

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38 thoughts on “SAN DIEGO California Journey Information – Prime Issues To See and Do

  1. toemblem says:

    As a San Diegan, I was in my 20s before I realized how special our zoo is. It took visiting other zoos to understand how good we have it. Thank you for all the love for San Diego. Great vid.
    FYI, La Jolla is not north of the city, it is in the northern part of the city. I know it's confusing, especially with La Jolla residents acting like they are their own city. What's really strange is people that live/work in University City (another San Diego neighborhood) often claim to live/work in La Jolla or they call their neighborhood UTC (the name of the mall in that neighborhood). Some time, go on Google maps and type in "city of San Diego". It will outline the city limits, in red, and you'll be blown away to see that far off places like San Ysidro (next to the border) and the San Diego Zoo Safari Park (aka The Wild Animal Park) are located within the city limits.

  2. Danny Kobrick says:

    We need to pay for all human waste removal, needle pick up cause that's dangerous to little children. you have no rights because they have taken them all away. Everything that used to make this a great city they have taken away. My gosh. Who are they ?

  3. Zack Hod says:

    WELCOME,WELCOME to SAN-DOG-EGO DOWNTOWN Ca..home to the multitudes of DISGUSTING.. FLEA-TRAP MONGREL dogs that make up the multitudes in this city where the sidewalks are covered and smeared with dog crap… with the piss smelling 10 thousand smells old …… so watch your step or you will step into something but it won’t be what you think….SAN -DOG-EGO!!!!”😘👀👀

  4. Theyoungwolf says:

    Skip the Zoo & go to the San Diego safari park that’s a little further out! The safari is a much more enjoyable experience. Seeing all the animals in the Zoo in the cages often times stressed gives me a weird feeling. The safari is much better allowing the animals to roam in a larger space & it’s more humane!

  5. Kevin Gutowski says:

    Ayyy so cool to see my home town. If you are ever down there looking for some adventures just outside of San Diego, take a drive up the coast on the 5 for some great beach views or head out east to the mountains for some great pies in Julian. Some of my other favorite spots include Cabrillo National Monument / Sunset cliffs, having a campfire on the beach in Colorado (also near the dog beach which is really fun!), and getting a beer at one of the many breweries in North Park. There really is so much to do!

  6. The Journey says:

    My family is from SOuthern California so we always seem to miss out on San Diego but my sister visits there often to play at churches and she always brags when she heads to the zoo. Loved the footage

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