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Flying Solo in San Diego? Try These 8 Activities

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Fun Activities for Solo Travelers in San Diego

There are few cities in the U.S. that are as perfect for solo travel as San Diego. From the friendly locals to the huge selection of activities and events, folks flying solo to SD are sure to have fun, meet new people, and feel safe while doing both.

1. Sign Up for a Cooking Class at Hipcooks

Meet some new friends while learning to cook some delightful dishes at the same time. Classes are reasonably priced at $60 and include a wide range of options, from Cajun cuisine to flavorful Japanese favorites. You have to sign up for classes in advance, so you’ll want to be sure to book a class as soon as your travel plans are confirmed.

2. Browse the Boutique Shops or People Watch on Kettner Boulevard

If you’re staying at a hotel in San Diego’s Little Italy, do a little browsing and maybe a little shopping, too. You’ll discover an eclectic selection of boutique shops on Kettner Boulevard offering everything from contemporary furniture and fashion accessories to affordable wall art and unique collectables. Or, you can head over to 98 Bottles, Kettner Exchange, or Waterfront to partake in some local craft beer while doing a little people watching.

3. Buy a Club Crawl San Diego Ticket

Immerse yourself in some of the top clubs in San Diego’s iconic Gaslamp Quarter by buying a ticket for the SD Club Crawl. For $25, you get access to four clubs in one night, all of which are walking distance to several Gaslamp hotels in San Diego. You’ll also make new friends and might even find some other solo travelers.

4. Kayak Along the San Diego Coast

Looking for some solo adventure in SD? You can conveniently rent a kayak and any other supplies you need around at almost any waterfront area or in Seaport Village. La Jolla is noted for its caves, but you can pretty much kayak anywhere along the SD coast. La Jolla is also a good spot to grab lunch or relax in the sun.

5. Take the Winery Train Tour

A typical tour includes stops at various SD wineries, some tasty samples, a light lunch, prizes and games, some background info on San Diego and its association with the wine industry, wine making tips, a look at the wine making process and a casual train ride through one of the most scenic regions on the West Coast. The guides are friendly and knowledgeable, so you definitely get your money’s worth.

6. Run, Walk or Jog in and Around the City

There’s no better way to explore SD on your own than to take advantage of the many trails and pathways throughout the city. Run along the embarcadero and see Seaport Village, jog through Balboa Park to explore the cultural heart of the city, or hit the boardwalk and grab a drink at a beachfront bar after.

7. Visit Spanish Village in Balboa Park

If you’re on your own in San Diego, consider a visit to the collection of artisan shops in Balboa Park known as Spanish Village where you’re free to take your time browsing and chatting with the friendly craftspeople. You’ll find a bunch of handmade trinkets and other goodies that can serve as a reminder of your trip to SD.

8. Stop By the San Diego Museum of Art

Since you’re visiting on your own, you’re free to take as long as you wish to soak up the sights, ask questions to the courteous staff members or even chat with artists who may be on-site setting up their exhibits. The museum also hosts special events throughout the year, including Art Alive every spring.

Have you booked your room yet? No? Let the San Diego Pacific Inn Hotel & Suites be your number one choice. We have a great location near the airport, Little Italy, the Gaslamp, and public transportation. And, our guests can always count on friendly service, flexible dates, and a low rate. Call us at 1-800-571-2933 to inquire about availability!

The 6 Types of San Diegan’s You’ll Meet During Your Visit

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San Diego's Top Personalities

San Diego entices people from all over the world, turning the city into a mini melting pot of unique personas and eclectic characters. Here’s a look at six types of people you’ll see around the city that help give San Diego its je ne sais quoi.

Fitness Fanatic Guy

There’s not an ounce of fat in this guy’s diet and none on him either. He’s the hunk you saw running through Torrey Pines in the morning and again in the evening. He’s also frequently spotted jogging along the embarcadero near SDCC hotels and over the convention center stairs.

Surfer Dude

Surfer Dudes are ubiquitous in San Diego, hanging out everywhere from Ponto Beach and Leucadia to Bird Rock and Ocean Beach. Chances are, he owns a chocolate Lab, a pickup truck or SUV, and his own biz that lets him catch waves whenever he wants. He feels a little nervous about that “No Kooks” t-shirt, though, because he’s secretly from Jersey and has done his fair share of dropping in on people who grew up here.

Yogis and Crossfitters

With a yoga studio, crossfit studio, or free yoga meet-up group on almost every corner in San Diego, they’re pretty easy to spot. Yoga pants and green juice are a way of life, and they will happily engage anyone, anytime, anywhere on all things related to health and fitness.

Student Transplant

San Diego County has five big universities, half a dozen or so junior colleges, and tons of technical schools, making the student transplant a very popular species in the city. They’re most often spotted between Pacific Beach and Mission Beach, or partying it up at Gaslamp Quarter hotels. We don’t really need to say more, you’ll know this type when you see them.

Fun Baby Boomers

They grew up here or migrated in the ’70s because they felt trapped in their hometown. Now that the kids are out of the house, they’re making up for lost time and can often be spotted out and about on the weekends at the best restaurants, newest bars, or even dancing at the club. The barely-legal youngsters roll their eyes, not realizing the fun baby boomers give more business to the establishment than them and all their friends combined.

Young Immortals

They have perpetual tans, perfect white teeth, great hair, and new cars. You can’t quite figure out where these people get their money from, but they’ve got a lot of it and love to spend it on liquor and luxury items. They’re usually the ones ordering rounds, expensive champagne, sporting a new Gucci bag every month, and partying until the sun comes up.

San Diego wouldn’t be San Diego without its many distinctive residents from all walks of life. Want to experience the San Diego charm for yourself? Reserve a room at the Pacific Inn Hotel & Suites in San Diego and come see what we mean. We have 24/7 customer service, a great location, and even better rates. Call us at 1-800-571-2933 and a Reservation Manager can help you book a room today.

Grab a Drink at These Rooftop Bars in San Diego

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San Diego's Best Rooftop Bars

There’s nothing quite like tossing back a beer or sipping flavorful wine while under the brilliant pinks, oranges, and blues of a classic San Diego sunset. Swing by one of San Diego’s best rooftop bars and get a better understanding of why we’re okay paying sky-high rent prices.

Kettner Exchange

A highlight of San Diego’s Little Italy neighborhood is Kettner Exchange. It’s just around the corner from a few cheap Little Italy hotels, has a uniquely nautical vibe and high-powered telescope, and offers some seriously creative cocktails like the Artichoke Hold, Chartreuse Swizzle, and the Que Onda.

Glass Door

Offering an amazing view of the San Diego Marina, Glass Door sets a new standard for rooftop bars. Their menu offers just about every type of seafood that swims in the ocean, one-of-a-kind craft cocktails, and their panorama is truly unbeatable.

Lounge Six

The rooftop bar of Hotel Solamar, a premier Gaslamp Quarter hotel, offers everything from a pool and cabanas to fire pits. You’ll be transported to a tropical paradise right in the middle of San Diego. Try the Red Queen, it’s a local favorite made with Bombay sapphire and jasmine tea syrup.

Altitude Sky Lounge

The breathtaking view from 22 floors up is only one of the perks of the Altitude Sky Lounge. In addition to a well-stocked bar and a rotating door of private DJs, you’ll also have the chance to participate in themed nights, upscale parties and other “to-do” events.

SummerSalt Rooftop Pool and Lounge

With creative cocktails and a fun, youthful crowd, SummerSalt is the place to see and be seen in San Diego. It even offers a pool for an evening soak, though you might want to wait 30 minutes after downing one of their special tequila mixes!

The Wood

Part bar, part club, the Wood is where you’ll want to go to enjoy drinks, dancing and all other kinds of daytime or late-night fun. Located in Pacific Beach, the attire is casual with plenty of bikinis and board shorts roaming around in the warm weather.

When you’re throwing a few bathing suits in your luggage, don’t forget to add one or two nicer items—most of these places have a swanky vibe once the sun goes down. You also don’t want to forget to book a cheap hotel in Downtown San Diego, like the Pacific Inn Hotel & Suites. Our discounts and great, low rates means more money in your pocket for the fun stuff. We also keep fresh coffee and tea brewing 24/7, offer free Wi-Fi, and just recently remodeled our rooms to maximize space and comfort. Call 1-800-571-2933 to speak with a Reservation Manager for more information on rates and availability.

Grab a Bite at San Diego’s Snackiest Sandwich Shops

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Sandwich Shops in San Diego

You’ve packed a beach towel, sunscreen, hat, and tunes, but don’t forget to pack lunch! Swing by a tasty sandwich shop in San Diego before heading to the water. When you’re hot, tired, and hungry, you’ll be happy you did. The friendly staff at a leading hotel in downtown San Diego has created this list to make your decision a little easier.

Devine Pastabilities

Located within the Midway District area of the city, this Italian restaurant has made waves in the San Diego sandwich scene with its signature menu item, the Torpasta. The Torpasta is a crisp, burrito-shaped bread roll that is filled to the brim with the pasta dish of your choice. The divine flavor of the Torpasta is only enhanced by one of Divine Pastabilities’ fresh, homemade sauces.

The Gourmet Bagger

The Gourmet Bagger, also located within the Midway District, features a diverse menu of more than 25 gourmet sandwiches. Their commitment to using only the freshest ingredients can be tasted in the tender slices of steak in the Bagger Cheesesteak or the delectable pesto spread on the Pesto Turkey Burger.

Mona Lisa Italian Restaurant

Mona Lisa has called the Little Italy district its home for nearly 60 years and continues to be an icon of great Italian food. With its own full service deli featuring luscious Italian wines, gourmet cheeses, and specialty dried meats, Mona Lisa is a surefire choice for an authentic taste of Italy in your sandwich.

Chronic Smoothies Blazin Grill

Don’t let the name fool you– Pacific Beach’s Chronic Smoothies serves addictive deli sandwiches using only Boar’s Head meats, and distinctive hot sandwiches such as the Spicy Buffalo Chicken.

Gaglione Brothers

Gaglione Brothers has two locations serving San Diego and each location specializes in flavorful, expertly crafted cheesesteaks stuffed with savory ingredients like Portobello mushrooms, jalapenos, and cherry peppers.

Rubicon Deli

Located right on the main drag of Mission Beach, Rubicon’s appetizing sandwiches pack even more flavor than their colorful names suggest. The Dapper Dipper boasts a heavenly combo of tri-tip and rich horseradish, and the Spicy Tuna on garlic cheese bread will blow your mind.

We don’t have sandwiches, but at the Pacific Inn Hotel & Suites you can count on a comfortable room, 24/7 customer service, and the best rate guaranteed. If location is important to you, you will be happy to know we are a leading SAN airport hotel, and also close to Little Italy and the Gaslamp Quarter. Give us a call at 1-800-571-2933 to inquire about availability!

Bring the Green to These St. Patty’s Day Festivities in San Diego

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San Diego St. Patrick's Events

Heading to San Diego for St. Patrick’s Day? You’re in luck! Whether you’re looking for a family-friendly event or prefer to rage into the wee hours of the morning, the city offers something for everyone.

Bud Light ShamRock 2015
When: Saturday, March 14; 4pm to Midnight
Where: SD Gaslamp Quarter
Cost: General admission is $40 ($45 day of) and VIP tickets start at $75.

The streets within the Gaslamp Quarter, encompassing roughly 16 blocks, will literally be green thanks to AstroTurf. The highlight of this year’s event is the re-creation of a 150-foot Irish pub right in the street. The celebration will also include live bands and non-stop fun. Reserve a cheap hotel in the Gaslamp and you’ll put yourself right in the middle of the festivities.

St. Patrick’s Day Parade and Irish Festival
When: Saturday, March 14: Festival starts at 9am, parade at 10:30am
Where: 5th and Laurel (parade); 5th and Maple (festival)
Cost: Free

The whole family can enjoy the city’s annual St. Patty’s Day parade and festival, just up the road from several San Diego Little Italy hotels. The parade features bands and entries from local businesses and organizations, and the festival includes live music on 3 stages, food, crafts and Irish dancing. There’s also a kids zone that will include rides, a beer garden for the adults, and a raffle open to everyone in attendance.

St. Patrick’s Day Half Marathon
When: Sunday, March 15; 8am
Where: Main Street in Downtown El Cajon
Cost: Varies

Kick off your St. Patty’s celebration a few days early by getting a little exercise and helping out some local charities at the same time. In addition to the 5K and half marathon, the event includes a health and fitness expo that starts at 7:30am. Participants can wrap up the marathon by enjoying the finish line festival after completing the race, which is also a great place to hang out if you’re a spectator. A related event, the EC Craft Beer Invitational is open to adults 21 and older.

Hooleyfest
When: Tuesday, March 17
Where: Hooleys Irish Pub in La Mesa, CA and El Cajon, CA
Cost: $20 in advance and $25 at the door

The annual event will once again feature live music and lots of Irish ale. If you wish to partake in the festivities at both locations, Hooleys will run a free shuttle service between their La Mesa location and the one in the Rancho SD.

Paddy Bash
When: Friday, March 13
Where: El Cajon VFW Hall
Cost: Free

Considered the largest indoor St. Patrick’s Day celebration in the San Diego area, Paddy Bash features live entertainment and affordable drinks including, $3 domestic beers, $4 Guinness, and $3.75 for cocktails.

If you haven’t booked a hotel room yet for St. Patty’s Day, don’t worry—the Pacific Inn Hotel & Suites has you covered.  We are near the Gaslamp, Little Italy, and the airport, and offer flexible dates, free booking, and the best rates around! Give us a call today at 1-800-571-2933 to inquire about availability.

San Diego Streets Worth Visiting

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Streets to Check Out in San Diego

San Diego is a large city and extremely spread out. Most people visiting have the big things on their itinerary, like the beach and the zoo, but tourists who have never been here before might have a hard time finding the lesser-known spots worth seeing. To experience the real side of San Diego, check out these streets.

Fir Street

To experience colorful cottages and eclectic boutiques, take a walk down Fir Street. The one-time homes have been turned into fun boutiques that sell everything from hand-poured candles to unique books. Fir Street attracts the free spirit within everyone thank to its easy and laid back ambiance.

Kettner Blvd

Located in the Little Italy District, and within walking distance of several Little Italy hotels, Kettner Blvd invites visitors to explore various boutiques, art galleries, and furniture designers found on the boulevard. Often, the galleries will entice guests with wide-ranging artwork, while offering complimentary wine and appetizers.

Quince Street Bridge

The Quince Street Bridge is part of the Seven Bridge Walk located near Balboa Park. Built in 1905, it is one of the last wooden trestle pedestrian bridges. Visitors will get a mild adrenaline rush when they realize they are walking over a wooden bridge 60ft above a deep canyon! An early walk over the bridge is a perfect start to the day.

Fifth Avenue

Along 5th Avenue you’ll find a host of San Diego Gaslamp Quarter hotels, boutiques, and renowned restaurants like the century-old, authentic Irish Pub that was shipped directly from the Old World, delicious Japanese fare from the famous Nobu, and the Gaslamp Strip Club where patrons grill their own meat. You can also take a leisurely stroll and pick up a simple souvenir, a great piece of art, or grab a cocktail.

Coast Blvd

Coast Blvd offers visitors breathtaking views of the ocean from Coast Blvd Park. You can also explore La Jolla Cove and its crystal clear waters perfect for snorkeling or kayaking. Visitors can also head to the Cave Store and Sunny Jim’s cave, one of seven sea caves worth seeing at least once.

Ready to get your San Diego adventure started? Call the Pacific Inn Hotel & Suites at 1-800-571-2933. We are a leading downtown San Diego hotel, and offer quick and easy booking, low rates, and 24/7 fresh coffee and tea. Our Reservations Managers are ready to take your call and tell you more about our ongoing promotions.

 

Great Happy Hours in San Diego

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Happiest Happy Hours in San Diego

Staying in a hotel near the San Diego Convention Center? After a long day at a conference sometimes the first thing you want is a drink, and the last thing you want is to stay in the same place you’ve been all day. Head out to one of these great happy hours and get to know a different part of the city.

Aero Club – Mission Hills

With more than eight-hundred glistening glass bottles of whiskey adorning the walls, this historical bar has a reputation for serving the best mixed drinks in the U.S.A. Antique memorabilia strung from the ceiling and deep booths welcome those who gather to enjoy the bar’s extensive menu while listening to a classic jukebox. Happy hour is from 2pm-7pm daily and Aero Club is a super short Uber ride from any Little Italy hotel.

Baby Cakes – Hillcrest

For visitors with a sweet tooth, this bakery and bar combo is a nice spot for cupcakes and cocktails. Baby Cakes boasts a 1,000 square foot patio with tables and seats surrounded by flowers and greenery. Friday specials are from 4pm-9pm and happy hour is from 5pm-8pm daily, including $3 drinks and $5 food plates.

The Silver Fox Lounge – Pacific Beach

Although the leopard print carpet of this dive bar may be off-putting for some, it has been serving happy guests since 1980. There are three pool tables and free pool is offered 4pm-6pm M-F. Eight televisions, pinball machines, various videogames, darts, a jukebox and a laidback atmosphere set this gathering spot apart from others. Its 80’ bar serves a $2 bottle beer of the month daily and happy hour is from 6am-10am and 4pm-7pm everyday. If you head over, though, keep in mind it’s cash only.

Young Hickory – North Park

With simple community-sized tables, free Wi-Fi, lots of power outlets, and a laidback ambiance, this spot mostly attracts studying students. The music is relaxing and the volume level caters to people who enjoy actual discussion. In addition to great coffee, there are over thirty craft beers on the menu, which changes periodically. All beers are served in a can and happy hour is from 5pm-7pm daily.

Have a conference coming up? Need a hotel room? If you answered yes to both (or just the latter), turn to the Pacific Inn Hotel & Suites, a cheap San Diego hotel in downtown. Booking with us is super quick and easy, we don’t charge a booking fee, and your dates are flexible. Reserve your room today by calling 1-800-571-2933.

Your Survival Guide to Spring Break in San Diego

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What to Do for Spring Break in San Diego

One of the best locations to enjoy spring break in the country is, without a doubt, San Diego. This beautiful city boasts warm temperatures year-round, spectacular views, and tons of bars for the 21+ crowd. Make the most of your spring break with the following tips.

Book a Cheap Hotel

Save money during spring break by staying in one of the inexpensive hotels in Little Italy or near the airport. You won’t be spending a ton of time in your room and these locations are ideal for spring breakers splitting their time between the beach and downtown.

Visit the Beach at Night

Instead of fighting the crowds at the beach during the day, opt for enjoying the beach at night by making a bonfire and roasting some s’mores. Out-of-towners don’t always know the do’s and don’ts of fire pits and bonfires on local beaches. If you need help, there’s actually a local dude who will set it up, take it down, and dispose of the ashes for a small fee.

Enjoy Rooftop Views

One of the best-kept secrets in San Diego is the number of awesome rooftop views around town. If you’re looking for a place to stay near the Gaslamp Quarter, chances are you won’t be more than a few minutes from rooftop bars and pools. As the weather begins to warm (you know, from 60 to 70), keep a look out regular pool parties that happen every weekend from April-ish to September-ish.

Don’t Forget Sweaters  

San Diego has an average temperature of 70.5 degrees each day, making it comfortable during the day but a little cool at night. Your trip as a whole will be more enjoyable if you throw in a sweater or two along with your shorts, t-shirts, and sandals.

Start Your Day with Coffee

There are dozens of charming locations to grab a cup of coffee in the morning like Zumbar Coffee & Tea, Lion Coffee, or Cafe Bassam if you’re in the mood for an iced Vietnamese drink. Sample the local brews and find a favorite to revisit next time you’re in town.

Speaking of coffee, if you haven’t booked a hotel yet for spring break the Pacific Inn, a cheap San Diego hotel downtown, offers free fresh coffee served 24/7. We also offer flexible dates, 24/7 customer service, and the best rates you’ll find around town. Give us a call today at 1-800-571-2933 to inquire about availability!

Haunted San Diego

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Haunted Places in San Diego

As the second largest city in California, San Diego doesn’t want for beautiful and interesting tourist attractions. However, those looking for something a little more off-the-beaten-path often flock to San Diego’s many famously haunted locales. A tour of this city’s ghostly history will take you from classic haunted mansions to spooky goblin forests. Catch a thrill and learn firsthand about the history of San Diego at these haunted historical locations handpicked by the chill-seeking staff at the Pacific Inn, a comfortable and cheap Little Italy hotel.

Proctor Valley Road

This long and lonely dirt road takes you from Chula Vista to Jamul, and through some of the most haunted territory in California. For over a century this stretch of road has been home to many bleak stories of murder and madness, as well as rumors of a huge ape-like creature that leaves behind mysterious footprints. Occurrences on this road include everything from unexplained engine troubles to spectral hitchhikers.

William Heath Davis House

Just around the corner from several cheap Gaslamp Quarter hotels, you will find the William Heath Davis House. Constructed in 1850, this historic house is the oldest standing structure in downtown San Diego. Although the home was built by William Heath Davis as a family house, he never lived there and died in poverty. Today the house is a historic museum, and many visitors have reported seeing the ghost of a Victorian woman who supposedly haunts the building. A newspaper article in 1977 detailed the strange occurrence of lights flickering on and off during a time when the house still had no electricity and the lamps required a match to light.

San Pasqual Indian Cemetery

Located near the archaeological museum, this historical cemetery dates back to the earliest European invasions of the San Pasqual Valley. This highly traditional graveyard is rumored to be the resting place of the daughter of the last chieftain of the San Pasqual Indians, who lived to see the end of her people. The site is still cared for according to native tradition.

Questhaven Retreat and the Elfin Forest

This nature preserve and spiritual retreat has long been rumored to be the site of a mental hospital that burned down. Records confirm that the founder of the retreat did once house mental patients in a part of the retreat that burned down, and paranormal occurrences in the retreat and the adjacent Elfin Forest are frequently reported. The Elfin Forest is also the site of both modern and ancient ruins, and rich with psychic energy.

Mt. Woodson Castle

This bizarre house was designed and built by an eccentric and artistic woman named Irene Amy Strong, and completed in 1921 at the height of the Craftsman movement. The unique 27-room house has been associated with the occult ever since its completion, and has many ghostly rumors surrounding it, including being haunted by the creative spirit of Irene herself.

If you think you’re brave enough for a ghastly tour of San Diego, don’t hesitate to reserve your room at the Pacific Inn Hotel & Suites (don’t worry, no ghost sightings here). Those spooky spots might scare you, but our low rates, easy booking, and flexible dates won’t! If you’re looking for an inexpensive room at a centrally located hotel near downtown San Diego, give us a call today at 1-800-571-2933 to book your room.

Exploring San Diego’s B-Side

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See the Other Side of San Diego

San Diego is a beautiful city containing dozens of beaches, great places to stay, like the hotels near SDCC, and many well-known tourist spots. However, the city also boasts a wealth of neat places and fun activities most tourists never know about. On your next family trip to San Diego, experience the flip side of the city.

Puppet Shows

The Marie Hitchcock Puppet Theater in Balboa Park offers inexpensive shows for all ages (even adults) in a cool historic building. Year-round performances feature San Diego’s official town dog and encourage crowd participation. Group rates are available for larger parties.

San Diego’s Birch Aquarium

Instead of visiting the popular and crowded SeaWorld, why not head to San Diego’s Birch Aquarium? There are beautiful coral displays, interactive exhibits, and a tide-pool display. The aquarium also provides various family programs, community events, and outdoor adventures.

Outdoor Hiking Trails

While it is entertaining and even educational to visit well-known city neighborhoods, getting some fresh air and observing the outdoor terrain up close is also a wonderful way to experience San Diego. You don’t even need to go far from your San Diego Airport hotel–several great hikes including Torrey Pines and Tecolote Canyon are less than 20 minutes from Point Loma. From stunning waterfalls to unobstructed ocean views, experience San Diego in a new and natural way.

The Living Coast Discovery Center

This nature center provides family-friendly exhibits, animal encounters, and even family overnight adventures. Learn more about San Diego shore birds and turtles, as well as native plants. Make your visit to the discovery center more of a classic San Diego experience by taking the trolley to their.

San Diego Botanic Gardens

The San Diego Botanic Gardens features a plant of the month, a children’s garden, and a variety of events and classes. The gardens offer everything from insect festivals to orchid fairs. Some upcoming events include the PAW Walk, Spring Party with Bunny, and Lady Bug Day.

For help rounding out your unique itinerary or to book an inexpensive hotel in downtown San Diego, reach out to the Pacific Inn Hotel & Suites. We offer several ongoing discounts, our rooms are spacious and newly remodeled, and we have the best rates around. Give us a call today at 1-800-571-2933 to speak with a Friendly Reservation manager.

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