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It’s the ultimate LEGO® experience with more than 60 rides, shows and attractions. Festive cheer is here as Holidays at LEGOLAND® makes its return with even more holly jolly fun.Enjoy unique holiday decorations, themed entertainment & seasonal treats at the Resort November 18 – January 1. Visit for exclusive o ers and hotel packages. Located in Carlsbad just o I-5, LEGOLAND Park is open daily during Spring, Summer and select holiday periods, and closed Tuesdays and Wednesdays during Fall and Winter. LEGOLAND Water Park open seasonally during Spring, Summer and Fall. Please check the website for details regarding days and hours of operation. Prices, times and schedules subject to change without notice. Visit or call 877-LEGOLAND (534-6526) for details. LEGO, the LEGO logo, the Brick and Knob con gurations, the Mini gure, and LEGOLAND are trademarks of the LEGO Group. ©2017 The LEGO Group. LEGOLAND and SEA LIFE are part of Merlin Entertainments plc.


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4 101 THINGS TO DO SAN DIEGO | 101SANDIEGO.COM Follow us!For Fun Go To 101 ! Wanna know the latest, greatest, most up-to-the-second info on what’sDining Guide 31. The Main Ingredient: The View 67. Take the Coaster going where you want to be? ConnectPage 17 32. Authentic, Delicious with us on FB, Twitter, Instagram, and Above It All at You’ll haveCoupons Mexican Fare Page 29-30 instant info on the hippest, mostPages 41-44 33. Enjoy the Music 68. San Diego Piers happening events in town! 34. Liberty Public Market 69. Amazing View on Mt. SoledadSan Diego Maps 35. Fuel Your Day 70. See the Stars Scan here forPages 45-47 36. Go Wine Tasting 71. Go Ziplining Daily Deals! 37. San Diego’s Night Life 72. Bridges of San Diego CountyUniquely San Diego 38. The Craft Beer Capital of America About UsPages 7-9 Culture & History1. Visit the Birch Aquarium Water World Pages 31-35 President/CEO - Greg Steinke2. Historic Old Town San Diego Pages 19-24 73. A Classic Car Collection General Manager - Gina Baldocchi3. Our World Famous Zoo 39. Fly Across the Water 74. Fascinating Natural History IT/Development - Brian Alexander4. Our Nation’s Largest 40. Beachfront Belmont Park 75. Discover San Diego’s Editor at Large - Jim Sweet 41. Play on the Big Bay PArrot dDuircetciotonrM- Satneapgheern/ Daniels Urban Cultural Park 42. Paddle Board Fun Secret for Art Lovers Media Relations - Jennifer Lazar5. Missions of San Diego 43. Kayak Adventures 76. Inspiring Lifelong Learning  Marketing Assistant - Danielle6. Explore a Real Aircraft Carrier 44. It’s Lobster Season! 77. America’s Most Haunted King7. A Park Made of Blocks 45. Go Down Under 78. The Battle of San Pasqual Public Relations - Joey Steinke8. Animals in the Wild 46. Sail Away 79. ARTS DISTRICT Liberty Station Cover Photo - Joanne DiBona9. Make a Splash at SeaWorld 47. Have Fun at the Harbor! 80. Warner Carrillo Ranch House Travel Journalist & Scenic Photographer10. Cabrillo National Monument 48. Take the Ferry to the Landing 81. The Marston House 49. Go Ocean Rafting 82. Explore Aviation HistoryFamily Fun 50. Love the Lagoon! 83. Make Some Noise! ContactPages 9-15 51. Awe-Inspiring Whales 84. Visit a Historic Rancho11. Terrific Trolley Tours 85. San Diego’s Diverse History San Diego, Los Angeles, Orange County,12. Back to Nature Shopping 86. Beautiful Murals at Chicano Park Palm Springs, Phoenix13. The Bayfront Waterpark Pages 25-27 Phone: (760) 734-670014. A Storytelling Car 52. Support Our Local Farmers Around Town Fax: (760) 734-673715. Explore on Wheels 53. San Diego’s Artesian Market Pages 35-3916. Visit the Seals 54. SD’s Landmark for All 87. The Charm of a European Village 3146 Tiger Run Court, Ste. 11517. Take the Trolley, Take the Bus 88. Visit Oceanside Carlsbad, CA 9201018. Tidepools Your Jewelry 89. Escondido: The Hidden Gem19. Stroll Along the Waterfront 55. Swappin’and Shoppin’ 90. Beautiful East County Vol. 12, No. 4 • October - December 201720. San Diego Mormon Battalion 56. Shop with a View 91. Jewel on the Ocean www.101SanDiego.com21. A Natural Treasure on the Bay 57. Bring Home the Sun! 92. Discover Del Mar22. World Class Maritime Collection 93. Only in Ocean Beach All rights reserved. No part of this book may be translated, or23. A Garden of Discovery Adventure 94. An Island of Serenity reproduced in any form without the prior written permission24. See San Diego Sparkle Pages 27-29 95. Fun in the Pacific Beach Sun foroefgrtithshteeercaeocdpctyurrraiagdcheytmooafwrtkhnoeefri.GnTfroehgremgpaGutabiorldnisihnheeerrr.eaicnc.e1p0t1s TnhoinregsspToonDsiobiilsitay25. Take a Spin on a Carousel 58. Fun on a Segway 96. An Italian Experience26. Go Ice Skating 59. A Haunting Experience 97. Historic Gaslamp Quarter Subscribe To27. One-of-a-Kind Museum 60. Dig for Gold 98. A Surfer’s Haven Our Newsletter! 61. Go to JailDining & Entertainment 62. Speed Racer! Day Tripper www.101SanDiego.comPages 15-19 63. Cruise Highway 101 Page 4028. Dine on a Yacht 64. Let’s Boogie on a Board! 99. The City of Angels29. Roll the Dice 65. Build a Beach Bonfire 100. The Real Orange County30. Dine 24/7 66. Paragliding Over the Ocean 101. Perfect Palm DessertCHECK OUT OUR ONLINE EVENT CALENDAR!


6 UNIQUELY SAN DIEGO | 101SANDIEGO.COM PRESENTS THINGS TO DO October-December 2017SMARTPHONEWALLET PASSES OCTOBER“THe NewesT 10/1-10/31: Legoland Brick or Treat& eAsIesT wAy 10/1-10/31: Boomont Park-Mission Beach 10/1-10/31: Kids FREE October at 43 art, cultural, and science museums.To sToRe ANd Use 10/7: Carlsbad Rotary Oktobertest- Carlsbad Village 10/7: Ramona Air Fair & Fly -In coUpoNs” 10/12: Taste of Carlsbad VillageHFRee! ow To Use: 10/13,14,20 &21: Whaley House Ghost Hunting Tours1 10/14: Art Glass Guild Annual Fall Show & Sale- Spanish Village2 When you see the Add to Apple 10/14: Fall Festival Old Town San Diego Wallet badge in our magazine 10/20-21: Haunted Aquarium: Sea Monster Mash- Birch Aquarium or on our websites, it is safe to 10/21 & 28: Haunted Tales at the San Diego Maritime Museum scan the QR code with your 10/28: Family Fall Festival- San Diego Botanic Garden smartphone wallet scanner. To access your smartphone November wallet scanner, click on the wallet app icon. It’s a native 11/1: The Sky Tonight- Fleet Science Center Balboa Park app in Apple smartphones and 11/3: Friday Night Liberty at Liberty Station Android users can download a 11/4: Oceanside Harbor Wine Cruise- Oceanside Adventures wallet for free! 11/5: Spring Valley BBQ Festival &Tailgate 11/11: Escondido Tamale Festival- Grape Day Park3 To access the wallet scan feature, 11/11: San Diego Veteran’s Day Parade tap the + button in the top right 11/12-11/19: San Diego Bay Wine+Food Festival corner. 11/24: Giving Tree Lighting- The Headquarters 11/23: Thanksgiving Buffet Dinner- Hornblower Cruises4 Scan QR codes on any ad you 11/25: Surfing Santa Arrival- Seaport Village see in this magazine and the discount will be saved in your December smartphone. These deals will automatically update so you’ll 12/1-2: December Nights- Balboa Park never have to worry about 12/2-23 & 26-30: Garden Of Lights - The San Diego Botanic Garden expiration dates. 12/3: Sono Fest & Chili Cook Off-North Park 12/9: Oceanside Harbor Parade Of Lights5 12/9: Toast of Gaslamp- Downtown 12/9-10: La Mesa Holiday in the Village 12/10 &17: San Diego Bay Parade of Lights 12/15: Red Nose Raindeer Run- Del Mar 12/16-17: Breakfast with Santa- Seaport Village 12/24: Christmas Eve Champagne Brunch Cruise- Hornblower Cruises 12/25: Christmas Day Dining Cruise- Flagship Cruises 12/31: Kids New Years Eve at Legoland Redeem by presenting the pass on your phone as you would normally redeem a coupon. Easy! VISIT WWW.VISITORSAVINGS.COM FOR MORE COUPONS & DIGITAL WALLET PASSES!

7Uniquely San Diego1. Visit the Birch Aquarium 3. Our World Famous Zoo Explore where the wonders of the ocean come alive! The World Famous San Diego Zoo is far more thanThe Birch Aquarium is located at the Scripps Institution the premier destination for wildlife lovers. The animals’of Oceanography at UCSD. Birch has so many great exhibits are so similar to the animals’ native habitatsexhibits you won’t know where to start! How about that even the human visitors feel transported into thewalking through the Hall of Fishes, where every kind of wild. Come get acquainted with an array of animals,fish you’ve ever imagined swims before your eyes? Or from the King of the Jungle to some of the biggest cats,checkout ElasmoBeach and meet La Jolla’s legendary reptiles, fish, and creepy-crawly insects! The San Diegoleopard sharks and other species that make their home Zoo is home to over 3,700 rare and endangered animalsin local waters. Birch’s 13,000-gallon tank showcases representing more than 650 species and subspecies,sharks, rays, and other marine life that live close to shore. and a prominent botanical collection with more thanExplore Preuss Tide-Pool Plaza, featuring three, living 700,000 exotic plants. You’ll see all your classic favorites,tide-pool displays where visitors can touch and learn including Monkey Trails, Polar Bear Plunge, Scrippsabout tide-pool animals with docents. If you want to Aviary, Elephant Odyssey, Tiger River, and the popular“sea” life in a whole new way, visit the Birch “Early Morning with Pandas” tour. A classic way to enjoyAquarium. Bus Route 30. See coupon offer • BIRCH AQUARIUM (858) 534-3474 the Zoo is a narrated tour on a double-decked bus covering about 70 percent of the zoo. Come2. Historic Old Town see for yourself why the San Diego Zoo has aSan Diego World Famous reputation! Bus Route 7 and Rapid 215. See coupon offer Come to Old Town, where history livesand the fiesta lasts forever! Old Town San • SAN DIEGO ZOO (619) 231-1515Diego State Historic Park commemoratesthe early days of San Diego from 1821 to 4. Our Nation’s Largest1872. Enjoy great dining, shopping, entertainment, Urban Cultural Parkand museums. You’ll also find many historic buildings,including San Diego’s first schoolhouse, San Diego’s In the heart of downtown San Diego, you’llfirst newspaper office, a working blacksmith shop, a find the nation’s largest urban cultural park.reconstructed cigar store, adobe homes from the days of Balboa Park, home to 15 major museums, renownedMexican California, beautiful gardens, and a stable with performing arts venues, beautiful gardens and the Worlda carriage collection. Located within the park is Fiesta Famous San Diego Zoo. The Park has an ever-changingDe Reyes, offering a festive and fun ambiance with 19 calendar of museum exhibitions, plays, musicals,locally owned specialty shops, three distinct restaurants concerts, and classes—all in the beautiful and timelessand a 10-room boutique hotel, all inspired by 19th century setting of this must-see San Diego attraction. Discoverpueblo life. With live music and dancing daily, Fiesta De stunning art collections, watch vivid IMAX films, learnReyes is a colorful experience that the whole family from docent-led tours, and enjoy interactive, kid-friendlywill remember. Trolley Green Line, Bus Routes 8, 9, 10, exhibitions. Other attractions in the Park include art28, 30, 35, 44, 8, 105, 150. studios, carousel rides and a mini railroad. Acclaimed for • FIESTA DE REYES (619) 220-5040 its horticultural treasure, the Park hosts glorious gardens including an award winning rose garden, and a butterfly garden, rare plant species, 58 different varieties of palm trees and an outstanding botanical building housing over 2,000 different tropical plants. Balboa Park is the perfect place to take the family for a fun-filled day! Bus Route 7 and Rapid 215. See coupon offers • BALBOA PARK (619) 239-0512VISIT US ONLINE TO RECEIVE OUR WEEKLY ENEWSLETTER!

8 UNIQUELY SAN DIEGO | 101SANDIEGO.COM 5. Missions of San Diego California’s historic missions tell the story of the missionaries whose quest for spreading the word of God laid the foundation on which the state is built. San Diego is home to two of these missions: the Mission San Diego de Alcala and the Mission San Luis Rey de Francia. The Mission San Diego de Alcala was San Diego’s first European settlement, founded on July 16, 1769. A few decades later, the Mission San Luis Rey de Francia was founded on June 13, 1798. This mission is known as the “King of the Missions,” as the largest of all 21 California missions, and is home to a Historic Church, interpretive museum, various intriguing historical items on display and a Mission Gift Shop. Trolley Green Line, Bus Route 14 (Mission San Diego de Alcala). 6. Explore a Real Aircraft Carrier A visit to the USS Midway Museum at the Navy Pier in the San Diego Harbor is a wonderful way to spend a few hours on a beautiful San Diego day. There are all kinds of terrific activities: two types of flight simulators, music videos, short films, climb-aboard aircraft and cockpits,COMECURIOUS,LEAVEINSPIRED.·LA JOLLA OPEN DAILY 9A.M.-5P.M.·858.534.FISH AQUARIUM.UCSD.EDU

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10 FAMILY FUN | 101SANDIEGO.COM FAMILY FUN12. Back to Nature the park. It also provides up-close views of Torrey pines, as well as stunning ocean views. Stop by the interactive Torrey Pines State Natural Reserve is 2,000-acres of education center for an opportunity to learn more aboutwonder. California’s early history. Free public guided walks for families and small groups are available on weekends and There are eight miles of trails that wind through holidays. The Torrey Pines State Natural Reserve is pureunspoiled land full of chaparral and Torrey pine trees, perfection!offering stunning ocean views from many lookout points.The Reserve has miles of unspoiled beaches and a 13. The Bayfront Waterparkbeautiful lagoon. The Torrey Pines are unique to the SanDiego area and not found anywhere else in the world. What’s better on a warm San Diego day than splashing,It’s also rumored that Dr Seuss use to frequent this area dashing, and playing in the water? San Diego boasts oneand that it was a source of inspiration for some of the of the largest urban water parks in the U.S. The 12-acredrawings in his books. Guy The Fleming Trail is and easy bayfront park is along the Big Bay. There are 850 feet of.7 mile loop. Relatively flat. this trail is by far the easiest in Family Fun in the Sun Starts Here! Discover Coronado’s pleasures at your own pace on bikes or surreys. 1201 1st. Street at the Coronado Ferry Landing 619-435-7180 VISIT WWW.VISITORSAVINGS.COM FOR MORE COUPONS & DIGITAL WALLET PASSES!

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12 FAMILY FUN | 101SANDIEGO.COM in San Diego can be made better with the Metropolitan Transit System. • SAN DIEGO METROPOLITAN TRANSIT SYSTEM (619) 231-1466MARITIME MUSEUM 619.234.9153 18. Tidepools WWW.SDMARITIME.ORGof SAN DIEGO Did you know San Diego is a mecca for fascinatingAT Star of India WHARF 1492 N. HARBOR DRIVE | SAN DIEGO, CA. 92101 wildlife and sea creatures? Take your time exploring the tide pools. Here are a few places you and your family will enjoy: Point Loma: sea hares, crabs, sculpin, octopi, shrimp, starfish, brittle stars, sea urchins, mussels, limpets, hermit crabs, sea anemones. Shell Beach, La Jolla: The big attractions are the seals and sea lions that come to sunbathe Tourmaline Surfing Park: Hermit crabs and sea snails are very common here. During low tide, you may see an octopus if you are lucky. San Onofre State Park: Hermit crabs are common, and in the mid-intertidal zone there is a dense mussel bed. With some luck, you may observe an Ochre Starfish. Please keep in mind that the tide-pools are alive. Be respectful of the beaches and pools and do not touch or remove any of their inhabitants. Enjoy one of our favorite San Diego treasures!the protected cove and eventually overtook the beach 19. Stroll Along the Waterfrontarea. Since then the controversy regarding whether ornot the seals should be allowed to stay has been a hot When you take a stroll along thetopic in the community. So far the seals have won and Embarcadero boardwalk thatthe area remains their safe haven. The Children’s Pool is runs along Broadway ona wonderful spot to linger, watching the seals play, while the east side of San Diegothe waves splash all around and the sea breeze rustles Bay, you’ll wind past ayour hair. Mass Transit bus route #30. beautiful waterfront park on Harbor Drive, the17. Take the Trolley, Take the Bus San Diego cruise ship terminal, the Star of India The San Diego Metropolitan Transit System has and seven other historicproven to be a dependable and convenient way to travel vessels belonging to the Sanaround the city. The trolley, which runs throughout Diego Maritime Museum, andDowntown San Diego, can enable you to take in the sights various restaurants and shopsof the city while you are transported around the historic from the North Embarcadero downGaslamp Quarter. Whether you’re site seeing in Old through Seaport Village. You’ll also walk past amazing sculptures, each designed and fabricated by a different artist. The Embarcadero is a wonderful way to get to know all San Diego Bay has to offer.Town or taking in a game at Qualcomm Stadium, there’s 20. San Diego Mormon Battalionno need to drive when you can hop aboard a trolley or busthat can get you where you need to be in just minutes. Come experience the long march from Iowa to SanWith its easy to read schedules you will be able to travel Diego with the Mormon Battalion. Learn why thisin and around the city of San Diego without the hassle group of Latter-day Saint men and women joined the U.S.of paying high gas prices or sitting in traffic. Instead, sit Army and what they accomplished during and after theirback, relax, and let MTS move you while you take in all march. Located in Old Town San Diego, this Historic Sitethe sights San Diego has to offer. Find out how your time steps out of the 1840’s and into the multi-media world of the 21st century. Your free tour begins in a new hacienda VISIT WWW.VISITORSAVINGS.COM FOR MORE COUPONS & DIGITAL WALLET PASSES!

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18 DINING & ENTERTAINMENT | 101SANDIEGO.COM weekend concert series. At Seaport Village, there are several locations to see free live music. So get outdoors and enjoy the music! • FIESTA DE REYES (619) 297-3100 • SEAPORT VILLAGE (619) 235-4014PACIFIC BEACH 34. Liberty Public Market 1851 Garnet Ave. Head on over to Liberty Public Market and immerse 858.270.YOLK (9655) yourself into the work of our best local San Diego artisans. With over 25,000-square-feet, the Market houses over 27 HOT OR ICED artisan vendors with fresh cut flowers, daily baked bread, gourmet tacos, French patisserie’s and much more. PUMPKIN SPICE LATTE Open 7-days a week, the Market offers the best of San Diego. It showcases a rustic environment with prepared foods, bottle craft boutique beer shop and tasting room, an intimate wine bar, fresh organic produce and a fishmonger sourcing local daily catch. Liberty Public Market in historic Liberty Station brings together the cuisines and culture of San Diego. PUMPKIN SPICE PANCAKES 35. Fuel Your Day THEBROKENYOLKCAFE.COM 6AM - 3PM • DAILY What better way to start your day than with a satisfying, delicious breakfast? It’s even better when youthe food as well! If you’re looking for authentic Mexican are surrounded by your family and friends, relaxing whilefare north of the border, then you’ll want to try El Indio, planning the day ahead. San Diego’s top get-up-and-goa local favorite since 1940. They are still making fresh morning spots include: Brian’s 24 in the Gaslamp District,tortillas daily and earning awards for “Best Mexican offering huge selections and oversized portions of home-Casual Dining”. At Fiesta De Reyes in the heart Old style comfort food. Open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.Town, enjoy authentic Mexican food at one of their great Get up and go with fresh coffee, eggs, pancakes—craverestaurants, and then browse the unique shops in the it, it’s here at the Broken Yolk Café in Pacific Beach andcourtyard. Most days feature live entertainment, with 11 other San Diego locations. The Waffle Spot in Missioneverything from Folklorico Dancing to Mariachi Music. In Valley is a family friendly diner featuring a deliciousMission Valley, The Amigo Spot proudly offers regional variety of waffles, omelets, and breakfast classics as wellBaja Mexican Cuisine. Daily happy hours with weekend as a great sandwich menu for lunch.entertainment. • BRIAN’S 24 RESTAURANT BAR & GRILL • EL INDIO (619) 299-0385 • FIESTA DE REYES (619) 297-3100 (619) 702-8410 • THE AMIGO SPOT (619) 297-2231 • BROKEN YOLK CAFÉ (858) 270-965533. Enjoy the Music 36. Go Wine Tasting What better way to spend a warm fall afternoon or cool San Diego is a county laden with many microclimatesevening than listening to live music outdoors? Thanks that give us the opportunity to grow unique and variedto San Diego’s year-round beautiful weather, you can do varietals across the region. Our generous and complexjust that! San Diego has several outdoor music venues, terroir has been a place for grape growing since theboth large and small. Plus, many San Diego cities host first Spanish friars set foot in San Diego and began thelive music performances in their outdoor amphitheaters. tradition of viticulture in California back in 18th and 19th centuries. Today San Diego Boast over 100 wineries Fiesta De Reyes in Old Town features authentic featuring a variety of vineyards from large estates toMexican dancers daily, performing traditional displays small family-run wineries. The industry is booming andwhile accompanied by a mariachi band. Every Saturday San Diego wines are getting better and better. You canand Sunday, Coronado Ferry Landing features free find Viogniers, Chardonnays, dry roses, and Sauvignon Blancs, along with Sangioveses, robust red blends, rich Petit Sirahs and more! Cheers to a day exploring San Diego’s wineries.VISIT WWW.VISITORSAVINGS.COM FOR MORE COUPONS & DIGITAL WALLET PASSES!

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25Shopping52. Support Our Local Farmers 54. SD’s Landmark for All Your Jewelry San Diego’s farmers’ markets are full of deliciously One of San Diego’s best kept secrets is the San Diegonutritious fruits, vegetables and homemade favorites, Jewelers Exchange in the Gaslamp District. Theremaking food shopping a fun experience for childrenand adults alike. Grown through sustainable are eight floors—yes, eight floors!—where you willagriculture techniques, local farmers pride find every pretty thing you’ve ever imagined,themselves in providing the city with from diamond necklaces to gold watchesorganic produce at an affordable price. to gemstone rings and more. The choicesSupport your local economy by buying are endless! You can also select fromyour produce locally! loose stones and have a bauble custom created for you. There are also jewelry The Oceanside’s Sunset Market is repair and appraisal services. So treatevery Thursday from 5 – 9pm at Tremont yourself to a “grown up” souvenir—& Pier View Way. Explore more than 20 visit the San Diego jewelry, an international food court, live Bus Routes 2, 3, 7, 30, 50, 110, 120, Rapidentertainment, arts and crafts fair. www. 215/235/280/290 and 901, 923, • JEWELERS EXCHANGE (619) 232-9191 The Coronado Farmers Market is every Tuesday from2:30pm- 6:00pm. One of the longest running farmers’ Downtown Oceanside:markets in San Diego it is help at the Coronado Ferry Let us surprise you!Landing on the San Diego Bay. 84 square BLOCKS The Little Italy Mercato is every Saturday 8am- 2pm. 19 hotelsMore than 150 booths lin W. Cedar Street from KettnerBlvd. to Front St. The farmers and vendors offer fresh surf & skate shopsCalifornia-grown produce, artisan foods, and specialtyitems of all shapes and sizes. craft beer • MAINSTREET OCEANSIDE (760) 754-4512 55 restaurants live theatre53. San Diego’s Artesian Market wooden pier Come shop at San Diego’s largest weekly artisanmarket featuring handmade works from our local artisans. beachesThe market is located in Old Town San Diego andincludes items as jewelry, photography, pottery, clothing, museumspaintings, hand painted glass, woodworking’s and more.The market is FREE to get into. Be sure to stay a while Souvenirs and Gi sand discover the birthplace of San Diego. Visit the manymuseums and learn about the history of Old Town, the fine diningfirst European settlement in California. Browse at one of vacation rentalsthe many specialty shops for treasures from around theworld. Indulge in authentic Mexican food at one of the spas & salonsmany restaurants or dance to the strolling mariachis. Themarket hours are 10 am – 4:30 pm in heart of Old Town mtsouapsniwcdesieetgkrloeyecftoomuoandrtakyne’std 4 CITY BLOCKS OFevery Saturday and Sunday except Special Events. HOT FOODS from around the world LIVE MUSIC GOURMET GOODIES Retail & crafts 150+ VENDORS KID ZONE every thursday 2 blks from pier 5:00 pm - 9:00 pm all year round For more information, visit or call us @ (760) 754-4512VISIT US ONLINE TO RECEIVE OUR WEEKLY ENEWSLETTER!

26 SHOPPING | 101SANDIEGO.COMCome enjoy a day on the bay. 55. Swappin’ and Shoppin’Dine Shop Play Visiting a swap meet may not initially sound like a fun thing to do when you’re on vacation in San Diego… is, until you check out the famous Kobey’s Swap Meet! Here in San Diego, Kobey’s Swap Meet is the place to find great bargains, unique items and hundreds of garage sales. The incredible selection of merchandise runs the gamut for everything you can think of including auto accessories, bikes, fresh produce, local souvenirs, jewelry, gifts, clothes and more. And there’s more! At Kobey’s you’ll see live entertainment and try out delicious treats from a variety of food trucks and vendors. Don’t miss a chance to visit the Kobey’s Swap Meet! Open every Friday – Sunday. Bus Routes 8, 9. See coupon offers • KOBEY’S SWAP MEET (619) 226-0650 56. Shop with a View At Seaport Village near Downtown San Diego, shopping becomes an experience to delight all the senses! Located next to the San Diego Big Bay you’ll enjoy cool ocean breezes and a lovely view of the harbor, filled with sailboats and yachts. There are 50-plus diverse shops and galleries, 17 unique eateries and outdoor entertainment along Seaport Village’s quaint cobblestone pathways with unique stores like Del Sol. Del Sol features sunlight-activated shirts, accessories, and nail polish VISIT WWW.VISITORSAVINGS.COM FOR MORE COUPONS & DIGITAL WALLET PASSES!

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28 ADVENTURE | 101SANDIEGO.COM winds through Encinitas, Carlsbad, Solana Beach, Del to explore the fully restored 8 cell jail block which houses Mar, and La Jolla. In each ocean side community, you’ll historic photos and police memorabilia and don’t forget discover wonderful sights and places that make the drive to snap a photo at the lineup wall. This is one time you’ll even more exhilarating! You’re doing more than driving, have fun going to jail! you’re living! 62. Speed Racer! 64. Let’s Boogie on a Board! Go Kart racing has sure come a long way from the home Come on and get your Boogie On! Boogie on a board made wood versions your dad built in his garage! Now, that is. Boogie boarding is fun and easy – anyone can do go karts are sleek, sophisticated, and fast! At K1 Speed, it! Less complicated than surfing yet more exciting than you’ll feel like you’re behind the wheel of a racecar! Kart swimming, the smiles won’t fade off your face as you ride racing at K1 Speed is a thrilling, can’t miss experience for wave after wave to shore. Long, gentle beach breaks are the racecar driver in all of us. K1 Speed, with a location in Downtown San Diego and another in Carlsbad, best for Boogie boarding, so head down to La Jolla has age-appropriate racing for everyone, Shores for some sweet waves. For smaller rides, so your kids can race too! Bus Route 929. head to Tourmaline Surfing Park a little farther • K1 SPEED, SAN DIEGO (619) 241- south in the Pacific Beach neighborhood. Whichever beach you choose, make sure 4740 to head to the surfing zone instead of the • K1 SPEED, CARLSBAD (760) 929- swimming zone. Renting a boogie board is easy these days. Most shacks that rent surf 2225 boards or other water gear will have boards to rent at affordable prices. Check out Cheap 63. Cruise Highway 101 Rentals in Mission Beach for all your beach needs, with boogie boards, surfboards, bikes, Historic Highway 101 is as much a part of California’s culture as the coast chairs, umbrellas, and more! See coupon offer itself. It traces a winding path along the • CHEAP RENTALS IN MISSION BEACH coast, delivering views and memories in equal measure. In San Diego, Highway 101 starts in Oceanside, (858) 488-9070 Enjoy an DOWNTOWN & LA JOLLAEXPERIENCE locations you’ll never forget! Segway Tours Walking ToursE-Bike Rentals Custom Tours Multi-Tour Packages (Call for up to 20% OFF!)717 Union Street, Suite L, San Diego • 7430 1/2 Girard Ave, La Jolla (619) 512-3491 • [email protected] VISIT WWW.VISITORSAVINGS.COM FOR MORE COUPONS & DIGITAL WALLET PASSES!

29Above It All65. Build a Beach Bonfire Downtown explore the embarcadero, Seaport Village and the Gaslamp Quarter. Or take a Winter Whale Watching A beach bonfire is a time-honored tradition Cruise out of San Diego Bay. With 101 Things To Do inCalifornia residents and visitors have enjoyed for years. San Diego, taking the Coaster for the day can help youMost beaches provide fire pits free, on a first-come-first- cover quite a few!served basis, you bring the wood. Call your friends andfamily, sing a song around the fire and make s’mores. San 68. San Diego PiersDiego beach bonfires are a tradition that even the god offire would be proud of. Not all San Diego beaches allow Piers are the perfect place to take a stroll, fish, marvelbonfire but here are a few to get you started. Oceanside at the surfers below, or simply people watch. Tops amongHarbor Beach, Moonlight Beach in Encinitas, Mission them:Beach, and Coronado Beach. Please don’t forget toextinguish your fire before you leave! The Oceanside Pier is the second-longest pier in San Diego County. The pier is 1,942 feet long and66. Paragliding Over is made of wide, sometimes uneven woodenthe Ocean planks. Ruby’s Diner is at the end of the pier. Wish you could fly? Try paragliding! At Crystal Pier in Pacific BeachThis fun sport gives you the opportunity you can rent one of 29 cottages onto gently glide on wind currents. the pier. Make your reservations wayAnyone of any age can fly with their ahead of time: 11 months for a summerexpert instructors. If you can sit and hold reservation, four months for a winteron, you can paraglide. The Torrey Pines time stay.Gliderport makes your fun and safety their The Ocean Beach Pier is the longesttop priority. Not ready to take flight? The Gliderport concrete structure on the west coast at 1,971is located high atop the sea cliffs of Torrey Pines with agreat café. Enjoy lunch while taking in the breath-taking feet. Bus Routes 35, 923.view of the Pacific Ocean as it spans from the beach A walk down the Imperial Beach Pier ends at the Tin350 feet below, all the way to the horizon. Dolphins and Fish Cafe and with a view of Mexico.whales can be seen from the cliffs. Watch the paragliders,hang gliders, RC gliders, and more all launching right 69. Amazing View on Mt. Soledadin front of the outdoor dining area, making this a trulyunique dining experience. Mt. Soledad wins the prize for the most peaceful and breathtaking view of San Diego and its coastline. The67. Take the Coaster 822-foot mountain oasis, located between La Jolla and Pacific Beach, is topped by the famous 29-foot cross, a The COASTER train provides breathtaking coastal Veterans Memorial. Originally a tribute to Korean Warscenery as it runs north and south through San Diego veterans, it is now surrounded by more than 2,400 blackCounty, serving eight stations between Oceanside granite plaques displaying photos, names and storiesand Downtown. It’s a great way to travel up and down of American servicemen and women from other foreignthe coastline getting off and back on exploring different wars and conflicts.cities along the way. In Oceanside, the stop is just 2 blocksfrom the beach and just steps to shopping, dining and the Mt. Soledad has been a popular cycling destination withpier. Get off in Solana Beach and stroll Cedros Ave. Go numerous routes attracting hikers, cyclists, and thoseto Old Town and discover the Birthplace of California. In in search of the ideal view for decades. Experience a Soledad bike tour beginning under the Mt. Soledad cross taking in the breathtaking view and continuing down the mountain to La Jolla’s famous coastline. The tour is anVISIT US ONLINE TO RECEIVE OUR WEEKLY ENEWSLETTER!

30 ABOVE AND BEYOND | 101SANDIEGO.COM easy ride, mostly downhill and suitable for riders of all skill levels. Bus Route 30. See coupon offers • BIKE AND KAYAK TOURS (858) 454-1010 • LA JOLLA KAYAK (858) 459-1114 70. See the Stars The night sky enchants and beckons us, daring us to delve into the dark abyss and discover a world beyond our own. Palomar Observatory is the place to be for stargazing and dreaming under the twinkling stars. Located at Palomar Mountain, the solar observatory offers a view of the diamonds in the sky with five telescopes, used nightly for a wide variety of astronomical research. It is home to the famous Hale Telescope, a 200-inch telescope that is the workhorse for modern astronomy. Daily self-guided tours 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. 71. Go Ziplining Take a fun adventure for the whole family at La Jolla Zip Zoom, a two hour guided tour featuring three thrilling zipline courses. The courses range from 300 feet to over 2700 feet in length with high speeds of 50 miles per hour. The side-by-side lines allow you to experience thrills next to a companion. Take in the spectacular views of Palomar Mountain, the San Luis Rey River and the La Jolla Indian Reservation. The native guides will share stories about this beautiful Indian reservation established in 1875. The local plants and wild life found on the reservation still make up a small portion of their traditions. The La Jolla Zip Zoom is committed to providing each guest with a safe, comfortable, and memorable experience. From the trained Adventure Guides to their industry leading technology your safety is their top priority. Experience that sense of freedom, speeding through the air above it all at La Jolla Zip Zoom, California’s most exciting Zipline! • LA JOLLA ZIP ZOOM (760) 472-3776 72. Bridges of San Diego County There are approximately 300 bridges within city limits and architect enthusiasts are sure to enjoy the hunt for the hidden bridges. Two of the oldest are located in the Hillcrest and Bankers Hill neighborhoods. Built in 1905, the Quince Street trestle bridge is a pedestrian bridge, recently restored to its original glory. Located in Hillcrest, it crosses over Maple Canyon between Third and Fourth Avenues and has become a romantic spot full of history. Bus Routes 3, 11, 120. Locals know the pedestrian bridge located in the northern Bankers Hill area as “the wiggly bridge.” Officially, it is known as the Spruce Street Bridge and was built in 1912. It spans over Kate Sessions Canyon, which lines Fourth and Fifth Avenues.VISIT WWW.VISITORSAVINGS.COM FOR MORE COUPONS & DIGITAL WALLET PASSES!

31Culture & History73. A Classic Car Collection 75. Discover San Diego’s Secret for Art Lovers The San Diego Automotive Museum stands as a Artists need space and freedom to create. And rightliving tribute to the automobile and what it has meant here in Balboa Park, the Spanish Village Art Centerto our culture. Since opening it’s doors in December of gives artists exactly that. The Village is filled with art1988 millions of local auto enthusiasts and tourists from studios, each one home to a creative soul. As a visitor toall over the world have visited this world-class collection. the Village, you can see real artists creating real piecesCurrently on exhibit until January 28, 2018 is No Roads of art, right before your very eyes! It is remarkable toRequired. Experience the joy and exhilaration of off road witness the focus and concentration they invest in eachvehicles. Learn about off road racing and rallies such as unique piece. Take a stroll through the historic workingthe Baja 1000. See classic and modern off road winners studios featuring over 200 local artists of all differentlike the Meyers Manx, McMillin Beagle Two, TSCO mediums. If you’re looking for a hands-on art experience,Racing, DeVercelly Bull Fighter, and the Baillargeon Baja the artists at Spanish Village provide classes as well. AsBug, The fun begins where the pavement ends! Come to an art lover or an artist yourself, you simply cannot missthe San Diego Automotive Museum—it’s all here! Public a visit to Spanish Village Art Center in Balboa Park. Freetransit route #7. See coupon offer admission, priceless experience! Bus Route 7. • SAN DIEGO AUTO MUSEUM (619) 231-2886 • SPANISH VILLAGE ART CENTER (619) 233-905074. Fascinating Natural History At the San Diego Natural History Museum learnabout and appreciate our natural environment. Foundedin 1874, the San Diego Society of Natural History is theoldest scientific institution in southern California, andthe third oldest west of the Mississippi. The Museum’sexhibitions focus on the unique and biodiverse southernCalifornia region. Currently on exhibit is Coast to Cactusin Southern California an exhibition that will invitevisitors to explore the unique habitats of southernCalifornia, from the coastal wetlandsand urban canyons to the highmountains and the desert.San Diego is one of themost interesting placesin the world to visitdue to its amazingdiversity of plantand animal life. Thecoastline, mountains,deserts, and more -it’s all here, ready to beexplored. Not only does themuseum feature fascinatingexhibitions but also a giant-screen Dolby digital 3Dtheater. VISIT US ONLINE TO RECEIVE OUR WEEKLY ENEWSLETTER!

32 CULTURE & HISTORY | 101SANDIEGO.COM 76. Inspiring Lifelong Learning SKATE, CREATE & CELEBRATE The Fleet Science Center connects people of all ages Enjoy our festive holiday to the possibilities and power of science. You can explore activities, celebrations, and investigate more than 100 interactive exhibits that shopping & dining. pique your curiosity or become immersed in an IMAX film adventure that shows the wonders of the planet— and beyond—in the Heikoff Giant Dome Theater. The Fleet hosts school field trips, science workshops and educational camps for young people, and events like Fleet Night of Science and Two Scientists Walk Into a Bar for adults. Visitors will find unique educational toys, games, books and more in the North Star Science Store, and pizzas, sandwiches, and healthy treats in Craveology. Bus Route 7. See coupon offer • FLEET SCIENCE CENTER (619) 238-1233 IT’S GAME ON! 77. America’s Most Haunted (NO QUARTERS REQUIRED.) With such a full and colorful history stretching back JULY 1, 2017–JANUARY 15, 2018. over 200 years, it is little wonder that San Diego has a reputation as, well, a bit haunted… People say that the EXCLUSIVELY AT THE departed love San Diego so much that they simply don’t want to leave! The Whaley House in Old Town San (619) 238-1233 Diego is reputed to be among the most haunted in the FLEETSCIENCE.ORG entire city. People report seeing ghostly figures, feeling cool puffs of air on the back of their necks, WATCH • LEARN • SHOP and hearing low voices that seem to Over 200 local artists be calling out to them. So, if you’re in 37 working art truly brave—or, just curious— studios located you’ll want to take a trip to the in Balboa Park. Whaley House Museum for an experience you will never forget. open daily from 11am-4pm Trolley Green Line, Bus Routes 8, 9, 10, 28, 30, 35, 44, 88, 105, 150. w w • WHALEY HOUSE (619) 297-7511Spanish Village Art Center • 1770 Village Place • San Diego, CA 92101 78. The Battle of San Pasqual San Pasqual Battlefield State Historic Park is located on a hillside of the San Pasqual Valley, overlooking the Mexican-American War battle site and includes the American soldier’s camp site after the battle. This park honors the soldiers who fought in the battle between the U.S. and Californio forces on December 6, 1846 in the midst of the Mexican-American War. The battle is unique as it touched three separate cultures that fateful morning, the Euro-American, the Hispanic, and the Indian. The San Pasqual Battlefield is presently considered perhaps the last significant battlefield left in the Western United States that is still in somewhat pristine condition. Today, a California State Monument commemorates the battlefield, and hundreds of volunteers reenact the event there on the Sunday closest to December 6. Open Saturday–Sunday, 10:00 5:00 (760) 737-2201VISIT WWW.VISITORSAVINGS.COM FOR MORE COUPONS & DIGITAL WALLET PASSES!

3379. ARTS DISTRICT Liberty Station Discover a burgeoning hub for life and culture in SanDiego at ARTS DISTRCT Liberty Station. A uniquedestination filled with nearly 120 galleries, museums,artists, studios, makers, creators and distinctive diningexperiences. This new gathering place within 360waterfront acres of the former Naval Training Centerfeatures historic Spanish Colonial Revival architecture,vast landscaped open spaces and plenty of free parking.ARTS DISTRCT Liberty Station is a destination wherevisitors and locals can stroll the 25 park-like acres,discover something new and collect beautiful moments.Many of the 38 historic buildings are now bursting withauthenticity, creativity, heritage and innovation. Alwayschanging and evolving, ARTS DISTRICT is a place tocreate, connect, learn, shop, dine meet explore and buylocal art. Bus Route 28.80. Warner Carrillo Ranch House AMERICA’S MOST HAUNTED HOUSE Be transported back to the 19th century and Deep down you always wanted to be a cowboy. You mingle with the spirits of San Diego’s past duringsee yourself rustlin’ up cattle, sitting tall in the saddle, a visit to the Whaley House Museum, where thefighting off varmints (both the animal and human mystery is all in the history.variety), and riding into the sunset. When you visit the1857 Warner-Carrillo adobe ranch house near Warner 82. Explore Aviation HistorySprings, you’ll get a look-see into what the Westernfrontier was really like. The Warner-Carrillo ranch house At the San Diego Air & Space Museum you’ll learnplayed important roles in the Western frontier as a about the hair-raising antics of the pioneers of flight,Butterfield Overland Stage Station, stopover for itinerant whose moxie made air travel possible. The museumgold prospectors, Civil War trading post, and longtime is divided into several galleries, each emphasizingcattle ranch. Many settlers’ diaries recorded the relief of the contributions San Diego has made to aviation. Thearriving at the adobe outpost after a long desert journey. galleries include the Theodore Gildred Rotunda, SpecialIt’s a house museum alive with the lifestyle and lore thatyou won’t want to miss! Exhibit area, World War I, Golden Age81. The Marston House of Flight, World War II, Modern Jet & Space Age, and the Edwin D. One of California’s finest examples of the Arts McKeller Pavilion of Flight. Nowand Crafts movement, the Marston House was open, is Be the Astronaut, a fun,constructed in 1905 for George W. Marston interactive adventure whereand his wife, Anna. Surrounded by five acres you are in control as you launchof rolling lawns, manicured formal gardens, a rocket, pilot a spaceship, andand rustic canyon gardens, this 8,500 square- drive a rover in space!foot home became a house museum in 1987 Time for lunch? Head over to theafter the Marston family gifted it to the City of SanDiego for the enjoyment of the public. Spend some Flight Path Grill, which in additiontime exploring the grounds, formal gardens and canyon to serving great food, also offers one ofpathways in the shade of towering pine, eucalyptus and the most unique views of downtown San Diego. Aviationoak trees. Learn about one of San Diego’s most prominent history is truly a remarkable story, and it all unfolds at thefamilies and the master architects and landscape San Diego Air & Space Museum. Public transit bus routedesigners who worked with the family to create one of 7. See coupon offerthe region’s most important estates. • SAN DIEGO AIR & SPACE MUSEUM (619) 234-8291VISIT US ONLINE TO RECEIVE OUR WEEKLY ENEWSLETTER!

34 CULTURE & HISTORY | 101SANDIEGO.COM 83. Make Some Noise! Explore the history and innovation of American music products at The Museum of Making Music, founded in 1998. Offering an unusual perspective, the museum showcases a side of the music industry where very little is known. The museum educates the public through films, private concerts, workshops, and their interactive area where visitors have the opportunity to create their own music using the museum’s one-of-a- kind instrument collection. On permanent display are hundreds of vintage instruments, audio and video clips, and a vibrant interactive area. Organized chronologically, each gallery features the historic milestones, popular music and instruments of those eras. Special exhibitions are presented twice a year with concurrent music presentations and workshops highlighting renowned international and national musicians as well as local talent. See coupon offer • THE MUSEUM OF MAKING MUSIC (760) 438-5996 in Balboa Park 84. Visit a Historic In Carlsbad, there is a beautiful 27-acre canyon where, nestled within, you’ll discover the Leo Carillo Ranch Historic Park. Gorgeous agave, bougainvillea, Birds of Paradise, and plentiful trees surround you as you drive through the unique entry gate. This former working ranch, once owned by actor Leo Carrillo, contains and protects adobe buildings, windmills, a reflecting pool, and many other historic structures. There are dozens of brilliant peacocks that call the ranch home. Volunteer tour guides are available to share the history of the ranchero and the surrounding grounds.619.234.8291 85. San Diego’s Diverse History It’s said that to understand the present, you have to know the past. When you and your family visit the San Diego History Center in Balboa Park, you’ll have a chance to get up close and personal with both. The San Diego History Center Museum showcases the San Diego’s unique, colorful and diverse history with dynamic, changing exhibitions– past, present and future. The San Diego History Center features family-friendly exhibits and great collection of artifacts that links visitors to the past we all share. Plus, there is a fascinating exhibit of photographs that show how San Diego developed. Spend an afternoon at the San Diego History Center and you’ll understand the present because you know the past. • SAN DIEGO HISTORY CENTER (619) 232-6203VISIT WWW.VISITORSAVINGS.COM FOR MORE COUPONS & DIGITAL WALLET PASSES!

35Around Town86. Beautiful Murals at Chicano Park made Southern California’s beach culture legendary. With over 3.5 miles of spectacular beaches, Oceanside Chicano Park is a 7.9 acre park located beneath the San is the ultimate place for sunning, surfing, playing andDiego-Coronado Bridge in Barrio Logan, a predominantly relaxing. Take a cruise on board a beautifully equippedMexican American and Mexican-immigrant community fast catamaran with Oceanside Adventures for an AWE. The park is home to the country’s largest collection of inspiring adventure of Dolphin and Whale Watching. Onoutdoor murals as well as various sculptures, earthworks, Thursday evenings enjoy Oceanside’s Sunset Marketand an architectural piece dedicated to the cultural featuring live entertainment, delicious gourmet foodheritage of the community. Because of the magnitude from around the world, arts and craft fairs and a farmers’and historical significance of the murals, the park was market.designated an official historic site in 1980, and its murals • OCEANSIDE ADVENTURES (888) 507-1130were officially recognized as public art in 1987. Chicano • MAIN STREET OCEANSIDE (760) 754-4512Park, like Berkeley’s People’s Park, was the result of a • VISIT OCEANSIDE (800) 350-7873militant (but nonviolent) people’s land takeover. Everyyear on April 22 (or the nearest Saturday), the community 89. Escondido: The Hidden Gemcelebrates the anniversary of the park’s takeover with acelebration called Chicano Park Day. Escondido may mean “hidden” but it’s no secret there’s a lot going on here! Located just 30 miles northeast of87. The Charm of a European Village downtown San Diego and 20 minutes from the coast, Escondido is home to major attractions, beautiful Carlsbad is an old village dating back wineries, craft breweries, unique arts and theatre,to the 1880s. Today, Carlsbad is delicious culinary experiences and a charming historicknown as a family-friendly downtown. Enjoy the beautiful climate with year-roundcoastal town with a golfing, hiking, biking, fishing, and fantastic events!casual lifestyle and a non-commercialized small town Escondido is rich in history and culture. Some of thefeel. Seaside shopping, “must do’s” includes the San Diego Zoo Safari Park,indoor kart racing at K1 Stone Brewing World Bistro and Gardens, the SanSpeed and an amusement Diego Children’s Discovery Museum, and Daleypark made of Legos will leave Ranch, a wilderness preserve with extensive hiking,everyone satisfied. If you fancy biking and equestrian trails. www.visitescondido.orgarts and culture, there is a variety Rapid 235 & 280.of creativity and inspiration in fine arts, concerts and craftbeers. Carlsbad features three natural lagoons, countless 90. Beautiful East Countytide pools and offshore kelp beds. Carlsbad has the recipefor fun, both in and out of the sun. Discover San Diego’s East County. A beautiful and diverse area offering hiking, mountain biking, rock88. Visit Oceanside climbing, fishing, camping and more. Not only does our East County wilderness offer abundant outdoor fun but San Diego’s North Shore, Oceanside is a classic plenty of great dining and entertainment as well. TryCalifornia beach community with its warm sandy your luck at one of the Las Vegas Style casinos, play abeaches, historic wooden pier and Cape Cod-style round of golf or go wine tasting in one of our many localharbor village complete with unlimited water sports wineries. For award winning BBQ dine at Cali Comfortand recreation. Offering a quiet escape from the hustle BBQ in Spring Valley. All meats are barbequed in Oleand bustle, visitors still experience the casual spirit that Hickory Smokers with select cooking woods after they have been seasoned with a specialty Cali Dry Rub.VISIT US ONLINE TO RECEIVE OUR WEEKLY ENEWSLETTER!


37YUM! Don’t miss a trip to East County, only minutesaway from Downtown. • CALI COMFORT BBQ (619) 337-067091. Jewel on the Ocean TROY JOHNSON, EDITOR AT LARGE & FOOD CRITIC SAN DIEGO MAGAZINE Visit La Jolla and discover why it has been a favoritevacation destination since the 1880’s. La Jolla inSpanish means “The Jewel” with wonderful beached,cultural activities, top notch golfcourses, art galleries and finerestaurants. La Jolla is anexquisite combinationof a southern Europeanresort atmosphere andSouthern Californiafun. For the best wayto see La Jolla, grabyour flip flops and beachtowels and hop on OldTown Trolley Tours’ LaJolla and San Diego BeachTour! With 70 miles of coastline,San Diego is known for its exquisite beaches; and nowyou can experience some of the most popular ones all inone day aboard Old Town Trolley. Dine, shop, hike, relax,and explore caves. Discover the tide pools, art galleriesand unique boutiques. Journey along the beautifulcoast and take in a 360 degree panoramic view of SanDiego atop Mount Soledad. La Jolla is truly a remarkabledestination and one of San Diego brightest treasures!Bus Route 30. See back cover for coupon offer • OLD TOWN TROLLEY TOURS (619) 821-946692. Discover Del Mar Tickets + Schedule: The city of Del Mar is an upscale ocean side gem that is NOVEMBER 12-19, 2017best known for the legendary Del Mar Racetrack. Alongwith the racetrack, Del Mar is known for the historicand charming Village offering a variety of unique shops,renowned restaurants, and luxury and beach-style hotels. For a delicious meal and an oceanfront view, ThePoseidon Restaurant offers creative, fresh, local, andimported foods with a Mediterranean touch. You’ll loveFree Flight, a protective exotic bird sanctuary open tothe public year-round. Seagrove Park has a great mix ofchildren’s play area, grass for propane BBQ’s and sandybeach with ocean breeze and waves. Stay all day andwatch the magnificent sunset over the ocean.93. Only in Ocean Beach Ocean Beach—OB to locals—perhaps more than anyother San Diego beach community, harkens back to thedays when surf culture dominated and people saunteredabout, relaxed, easy going, and happy to just hang out.That vibe still dominates this funky beachside community.VISIT US ONLINE TO RECEIVE OUR WEEKLY ENEWSLETTER!

38 AROUND TOWN | 101SANDIEGO.COM DEAR DEVOTEES OF MISCHIEF MAKING, LLEOTV’SE,ROOL’SL.IDE Besides surfing and lounging on the sand, you can Rent a bike and tour the island. Or spend the dayplay some volleyball, have a picnic, ride your bike. The exploring on kayak taking in San Diego’s downtownOcean Beach Pier is the longest concrete structure of skyline and witness the award winning Coronado Bridgeits kind on the West Coast, extending 1,971 feet with a as you paddle beneath its graceful curve. Bus RoutesT-shape platform at the end. 901, 904. See coupon offers • BIKES AND BEYOND (619) 435-7180 Ocean Beach is casual and hip, and it has someinteresting characters, tattoo parlors, surf shops, assorted • BIKE AND KAYAK TOURS (858) 454-1010eateries and restaurants along NewportAvenue. So come check out OB—the 95. Fun in the Pacificplace to hang. Bus Routes 35, 923. Beach Sun94. An Island of Serenity Experience the laid back, surfer’s town that is Pacific Beach. Its two Coronado Island is the kind miles of coastline between La Jollaof place where you feel at and Mission beach are alwayshome the moment you arrive. bustling with surfing locals,Situated just across the Big families playing at the beach, andBay from downtown San Diego, visitors taking in all the sights.Coronado is known for the The boardwalk in PB (as it’s calledhistoric Hotel del Coronado by locals) is the best display of beachand the distinctive San Diego- culture in San Diego. Aside from outdoorCoronado Bridge. Coronado offers activities, Pacific Beach is home to a varietymuch more: sparkling sand beaches, of fun restaurants, privately owned boutiques,charming small-town quaintness, hole-in-the-wall food spots, and great nightlife! Buscheerful gardens, old-world mansions, Routes 8, 9, 27, 30.unique shopping experiences, and dining options withspectacular ocean views.VISIT WWW.VISITORSAVINGS.COM FOR MORE COUPONS & DIGITAL WALLET PASSES!

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