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Recent San Diego reviews
"The casita was in a great location and it was only a few minutes drive to pretty much all the attractions. You can also walk the neighborhood and enjoy the beautifully xeriscaped yards, the restaurants, grocery stores, shops and night life that is nearby. The studio was very clean, bright and light and was stocked with everything you need for a comfortable stay, even ground coffee and a few yummy chocolate chip cookies. Jim and Lynne were friendly and welcoming but the casita was still very private and quiet. The bed was softer than I am used to, but I adjusted to it. Overall, it was a great place to stay, we loved the neighborhood and our vacation was fantastic."Guest: Dirk G. Date of Stay: September 2014 Review Submitted: September 15, 2014View listing
"I gave this a five out of five for the following reasons: 1. The cottage was very clean upon arrival. 2. The website photos were very accurate and reflected what we ended up staying in. 3. At night it was very quiet and you could even hear crickets chirping. 4. Marjorie was very accommodating and provided a service we asked for which went above and beyond what she needed to do. 5. Everything was well-stocked: linens, kitchen and bath supplies, and general entertainment, etc. Lots of information and material was on hand to check out local sights and find nearby essentials. University Avenue and 30 Street had many local entertainment and restaurant options within easy walking distance. 6. The location is accessible to freeways, but not so close as to being able to hear them. Thanks for a wonderful stay Marjorie and Steve! Paul and Diane"Guest: Paul C. Date of Stay: September 2014 Review Submitted: October 5, 2014View listing
"I stayed in this condo over a month and hated to leave. Tovik is very personable, accommodating, and easy to reach if needed. I plan on future trips to San Diego and will always rent from Tovik going forward. The pictures are accurate and the description is spot on. You are close enough to walk to plenty of restaurants and entertainment but also just far enough away that it's peaceful at night. Highly recommend staying here."Guest: Craig C. Date of Stay: August 2014 Review Submitted: October 14, 2014View listing
San Diego Travel Tips
San Diego is California’s second-largest city and features and impressive 70 miles of stunning coastline. Here you can enjoy a delightful Mediterranean-style climate and welcoming locals during your trip.
San Diego boasts its own unique vibe, with a laid-back, relaxed atmosphere making it easy to enjoy the city’s many attractions from amazing dining to interesting museums and fascinating culture. Each neighborhood in San Diego delivers something new, so each day will be an adventure.
Whether you prefer to spend your vacation outdoors soaking up the sun on the beach and trekking various trails, or you’d rather immerse yourself in the city’s culture by seeing its art and learning about its history, there’s something to make everyone’s trip to San Diego one to remember.
Things to Do in San Diego
- SeaWorld: For an outing the whole family can enjoy, don’t miss out on SeaWorld, an animal theme park, oceanarium, outside aquarium and marine mammal park. See aquatic animals like whales, dolphins, fish and more up close and personal. You can watch a show featuring killer whales like Shamu, bottlenose dolphins doing tricks and sea lions acting silly. Some of the parks best rides include Riptide Rescue, Journey to Atlantis, Shipwreck Rapids, Wild Arctic Ride and Manta.
- San Diego Zoo: For more animal adventures, visit the San Diego Zoo. The zoo is home to more than 3,700 different animals of more than 650 species and subspecies, so there’s plenty to explore here. At the San Diego Zoo, you can experience recreations of natural habitats and watch the animals interact. It’s also one of the new zoos that features a giant panda. Grab a ride on a guided-tour bus or on the Skyfari to get a bird’s eye view. As you stroll around you’ll see gorillas, polar bears, birds, koalas and many more animals.
- USS Midway: Interested in military history? Then you’ll love the USS Midway, which was an aircraft carrier of the U.S. Navy commissioned after World War II. The ship was decommissioned in 1992 and now serves as a museum. Explore the aircraft gallery, try a flight simulator and take a self-guided audio tour.
- San Diego Museum of Art: Art lovers will appreciate the San Diego Museum of Art - the area’s oldest and largest art museum. The permanent collection features Spanish and Italian masterpieces, South Asian paintings and 19th and 20th century American paintings and sculptures. The museum also displays traveling exhibitions with text in both Spanish and English.
- Old Point Loma Lighthouse: The Point Loma Lighthouse is a historic lighthouse on the Point Loma peninsula situated in the Cabrillo National Monument. It’s no longer operational, but open to the public as a museum. Now you can step back in time and learn a variety of maritime facts here, including how the lighthouse was used to guide ships in safely.
- Cabrillo National Monument: Located on the southern tip of the Point Loma Peninsula is the Cabrillo National Monument, commemorating the landing of Juan Rodriguez Cabrillo and marking the first time a European explorer set foot on the west coast. Check out 19th century lighthouses and learn about the military history here. You can also visit the Visitor Center to find out about weather readings, what time low tide occurs and see any a film relating to the history of the monument in the auditorium.
Dining in San Diego
- Carnitas’ Snack Shack: In 2011, chefs Hanis Cavin and Sara Stroud opened Carnitas’ Snack Shack. They serve slow food-inspired, pork-based American cuisine, snacks and local beers. The menu changes daily because the chefs use local ingredients from farmers, ranchers, bakers and breweries. Not only will the meal be delicious, but you can feel good knowing you’re supporting local business!
- Market Restaurant: If you’re looking for an upscale, yet casual restaurant for a nice dinner, try Market Restaurant + Bar. Carl Schroeder, chef and owner, opened his place in 2006 and has experienced success ever since. He also uses locally grown ingredients and bases his meals around what’s in season. You can enjoy farm-fresh vegetables, meats, cheeses and other produce.
- Vincent’s: If you have a craving for some French food in San Diego, you’ll want to plan and evening at Vincent’s. Chef Vincent Grumel studied in Avignon, France, and brought back what he learned to combine classic French cooking techniques with the use of quality, in-season ingredients. Pair your meal with one of the more than 2,000 wines held in the cellar, from grand vintages and wines from small producers. For six years in a row, Vincent's was honored with the “Award of Excellence” from the Wine Spectator, so you can be sure you will be sipping something wonderful. Celebrate your joie de vivre as you dine on seafood, duck, pork, beef and vegetables!