San Diego, California – Episode 48

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San Diego, California – Amateur Traveler Episode 48

The Amateur Traveler goes to San Diego and Southern California: Mission Bay, Pacific Beach, Riptides, Seaworld, San Diego Zoo and Wild Animal Park, Legoland, Seaport Village, Gaslamp Quarter, Little Italy, Old Town, etc. Chris, the host of the Amateur Traveler has been known to say that if he did not live in San Jose he would probably move to San Diego.

 


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News

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Show Notes

San Diego Convention & Visitors Bureau

Seaworld
San Diego Zoo
San Diego Wild Animal Park
Legoland
Gaslamp Quarter
Little Italy
Old Town San Diego

Internet Resources

Where to Go in San Diego
Gaslamp Quarter walking tours

Discussions

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by Chris Christensen

Chris Christensen is the creator of the Amateur Traveler blog and podcast, and a co-host for This Week in Travel podcast.

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Frank Curtis

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When talking about San Diego, visitors should know about the Trolly system. It joins downtown to Old Town and is the best way to get to the Mexico border. The terminus is only yards from the border crossing and the center of Tijuana is about a 15 minute walk.
You mention Pacific Beach but the beaches continues south to Mission Beach and north to La Jolla.
La jolla is a busy tourist area and is one of the most popular scuba and snorkeling areas.
Another interesting places to visit is Point Loma. From the view points, one can watch the harbor traffic, two airports and in the right season, one can watch the whales swimming past.

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