Make the most of San Diego’s famously sunny climate (ever heard the song “It Never Rains in Southern California”?) by getting soaked. The new Patriot Tour by Flagship Cruises is not your grandma’s boat ride. Instead, you’ll zoom through the waves at super speed, swooping around 360 degree turns while listening to some very cool music.
If you prefer to do your cruising on dry land, you just have to check out San Diego’s bike share program, which was just initiated this spring. Rent a bicycle on demand 24 hours a day, from stations scattered throughout the city. When you’ve seen the sights and are ready to return it, just drop the bike off at any station. PS: in the true spirit of Southern California, all the stations are solar powered. Like wow, man.
Balboa Park is marking its 100th anniversary this year. The celebrations include brand new exhibits at the San Diego Natural History Museum. Enjoy the mysteries of Maya: Hidden Worlds Revealed or the interactive overview, Coast to Cactus in Southern California.
A visit to San Diego just wouldn’t be complete without a trip to the city’s world famous San Diego Zoo. While you’re there, take a spin on the amazingly attractive but slightly scary Manta Off-Ride. It’s a great way to get a bird’s eye gander at the animals below — that is, if you’re not afraid to look down.
Don’t forget that San Diego is a popular destination. San Diego has so much to see and do that you’ll appreciate staying in a comfortable hotel with easy access to everything. The nicer and lower priced San Diego hotels tend to fill up fast in any season, though, so it’s a good idea to reserve in advance.
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