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Summer of 2016: San Diego

June 7, 2016 12:21 pm by: Category: Features Comments Off on Summer of 2016: San Diego A+ / A-

Summer of 2016 is right around the corner. Dreams of warm weather and sun-kissed skin are well upon us.

San Diego is one of the most luxurious and touristy cities in the United States. According to Ranker, San Diego ranks as the third most beautiful city in the United States. However, it does not end there. Ranker also put San Diego in sixth place for the “coolest” cities. Wallethub ranks San Diego 11th in terms of diversity. The close proximity to the Mexican border enriches the diversity of the city.

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Therefore, one should fully explore the vastness of San Diego’s beauty and culture.

Balboa Park is one of the most iconic and popular tourist attractions. The park holds historical buildings, numerous museums, gardens, and green space. The architecture of the park is primarily a Spanish-Mexican style. The park is excellent for educational and photography purposes. A pretty Balboa Park picture is excellent to add onto an Instagram feed.

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In Downtown San Diego, the Gaslamp Quarter National Historic District is outstanding for a night out. The Gaslamp Quarter is full of beautiful Victorian architecture, in the midst of fancy 21st century hotels. The location is wonderful for meeting new people, considering the fancy hotels hold many tourists.

Seaport Village is an excellent place to spend an afternoon. Located on a waterfront, Seaport Village provides beautiful natural scenery for a fun stroll. The village is laden with restaurants, and a variety of them: seafood, Mexican, Greek, Italian, etc. However, it doesn’t end there. Seaport Village often has live performers, local craftsmen, etc. It is a great place to explore on a free, summer day.

San Diego offers a lot of fun options: both to its residents and tourists. The summer should be fully explored to the extent of it. Six weeks is plenty of time to fully explore San Diego.  

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