Check out these numbers: 92 golf courses, 1,200 tennis courts, 70 miles of beaches. All canopied beneath a climate named “ideal” by meteorologists. And depending on your outdoor terrain of choice, San Diego’s four microclimates, including mountains, deserts, inland valleys and beaches can show you just how great the Great Outdoors gets. Explore rural mountain-scapes or desert trails, run with the tide or swim against it, scuba dive the depths of kelp forests or cycle pine forests.
Visit the San Diego Zoo,Horton Plaza,La Jolla, Maritime Museum, Balboa Park, Legoland, Seaworld, lounge on the beautiful beaches,or hit the links on the 92 area golf courses. There is something for everyone in San Diego.
There’s no way you can come to San Diego and miss the Gaslamp Quarter. During the last five years this district in the southern end of downtown has blossomed into a sophisticated sidewalk-cafe area with music, art galleries, cappuccino nooks and complete with crowds at times walking four abreast on brick-paved sidewalks. Most of the hot spots are on Fourth and Fifth avenues just north and south of Market Street. Daytime, the section is crowded with lunch patrons sipping wine on sidewalk patios. At night, the air is filled with music—blues, jazz, whatever you want to hear. No one should miss the Gaslamp Quarter.
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