Capri Beach Condos

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

4767 Ocean Blvd, San Diego, California, 92109, United States
Capri by the Sea by All Seasons Resort Lodging
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90%

Satisfaction Excellent
Excellent
53%
96
Very Good
25%
46
Average
12%
22
Poor
5%
9
Terrible
3%
7

Value Score Poor Value

Costs 189% more than similarly rated 3 star hotels

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  • Families84
  • Couples82
  • Solo50
  • Business80

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which beach?

by davidandsarah

Which beach resort would anyone recommend for sunbathing and swimming inbetween san diego and LA?

Re: which beach?

by risse73

I would say any of the South Bay area beaches in LA County, and after Huntington Beach in Orange County before Oceanside.

Good Luck & Enjoy Sunny Southern California!

Re: which beach?

by cachaseiro

huntington beach would be my favorite.

Re: which beach?

by xymmot

HUNTINGTON bEACH is great and the little shops in town have great bars to hang out afterwards

Re: which beach?

by lmkluque

The Hotel Del Coronado is probably the best resort hotel, it is located right on the beach and the beach in Coronado is considered one of the top ten beaches in the world.

However, there are many resorts, beaches and types of beachs between San Diego and Los Angeles. Could you give a few clues as to what you are thinking of?

During which month were you planning to be here?

Do you mean a beach resort as in an all inclusive hotel or a beach area in general?

What type of beach atmosphere are you interested in? Highly popular or more secluded?

Sand and surf or jutting cliffs?

Travel Tips for San Diego

Get a National Park Service Passport

by Hopkid

These are really fun and spark interest in the National Park Service system. The brainchild of a marketing genius, the purchaser can get a stamp from each of the NPS sites he or she visits. The collection of these stamps, similar to postal cancellation postmarks (which include the name of the park and the date visited) become fun to collect. It's a great way to get the kids (of all ages!) excited about going to different parks, monuments, seashores, etc. that are operated by the NPS.

The passport itself is reasonably priced and the stamps are, of course, free. Each NPS facility has a stamp available at the visitor's center. If you don't see it just ask the ranger on duty. Some (e.g., Mt. Rushmore, Cape Hatteras Lighthouse) have special stamps with a depiction of the area/monument. Great fun!

You can obtain an NPS passport at any park Visitor's Center or online at the National Park Service Store.

Around San Diego you can visit and get a passport stamp at Cabrillo National Monument

You absolutely must see the...

by dalestar

You absolutely must see the sun set off the end of the PB Pier in Pacific Beach. Its one of most beautiful things I've ever seen. I miss how everyone is active here in San Diego, whether running, surfing, skating, or rollerblading.

Gaslamp Quarter

by matcrazy1

Gaslamp District (4th, 5th and 6th Avenue) is historic heart of San Diego. Great place if you love nightlife, music, food, watching people and so on - just best place to be especially on Friday evening.

Please don't drive 55!

by EclecticChick

Although the CHP/police have been cracking down on speeders a bit more than in years past, Californians like to drive fast, and generally consider the speed limit more of a guideline. Given the fact that there are so many of us compared to the number of cops, you can generally speed without too much risk of getting caught, especially if you only do 7-10 MPH over the limit.

The exception to this is if it is a peak traffic time and you are just going the flow of traffic. Then, it's a lot easier to get away with speeding.

If you find yourself driving in the fast lane on the freeway (the left-most lane), be prepared to drive at speeds of between 75 and 85 MPH (depending on traffic), or you WILL get lots of dirty looks, some rude gestures, angry drivers zipping around you, etc. When in doubt, YIELD to the faster moving cars behind you and PLEASE get over! If you are uncomfortable driving this quickly, then PLEASE stay in the slow lane.

If you don't drive the speed of traffic, you WILL get people pissed off. There is nothing that a CA driver hates more than getting stuck behind a slow driver who doesn't understand the unwritten rules of the road.

I don't mean to offend anyone who visits here, but if you just keep right (if you're not comfortable driving the flow of traffic) everyone will be MUCH happier.

I've posted a link to some of the SD traffic/speed traps for your info as well...

http://www.nctimes.com/articles/2006/03/20/news/top_stories/31906192249.txt

http://www.nctimes.com/articles/2007/01/15/news/top_stories/11407182357.txt

http://www.beartraps.com/

The Casa de Estudillo, c.1827

by Pawtuxet

I happen to be enchanted with the stucco buildings with tiled roof....the shape of the bell towers...the history connected with them. I am told that this building had a small private chapel for the family's use.

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 Capri Beach Condos

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Address: 4767 Ocean Blvd, San Diego, California, 92109, United States