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    San Diego

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Unlike the sprawling L.A., San Diego has the feel of a compact city, and it can be tempting to stay downtown. A lot of people, however, think of San Diego in terms of the whole county, which leaves a lot more to be explored. The regional terrain is extraordinary in itself and varies from the Pacific coastline in the west to the Sonoran Desert in the east. Those who travel to the northeast will come across snow-capped mountains, while travelers who visit the south will find themselves just 15 minutes away from the Mexican border. This impressive landscape variety makes the city a top spot for outdoor activities that include: hiking, surfing, biking and sailing. Plus, the long list of family-friendly attractions - LEGOLAND, the San Diego Zoo, SeaWorld, the New Children's Museum - proves that San Diego has something for everyone.
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Coronado

Coronado

The island-like peninsula of Coronado has been a popular resort destination since the late 19th century. In those days (as today), the main attraction was the Hotel Del Coronado. Built in 1888, this landmark has counted numerous presidents, princes, and celebrities, including Marilyn Monroe and Frank Sinatra, among its guests. Coronado or "The Crown City" as it is also known attracts tourists from all over the world thanks to the wide coastline of sandy beaches with sparkling sand, courtesy of the mineral Mica.
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San Diego Bay Waterfront

San Diego Bay Waterfront

San Diego is above all a waterfront city, and a great way to discover the essence of this city is by taking a stroll along the San Diego Bay Waterfront. It consists of parks, several museums including the Maritime Museum of San Diego and the San Diego Air & Space Museum. Besides, there are plenty of seaside bars, restaurants and of course the Port of San Diego. Remember to check out the latest sailing and outdoor events the San Diego Bay hosts every year.
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Little Italy

Little Italy

A symbol of Italian culture in the U.S. and in San Diego, with Italian families living here since the 1920s. Today, this area is filled with bustling restaurants, craft brew stops, urban wineries, and art galleries. This is the place to go for every Italian food lover. Each Saturday, several blocks are closed for the weekly Little Italy Mercato, where you'll find fresh produce and gourmet food and every October, San Diego's Italian-American heritage is celebrated at the "Little Italy Festa!"
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