Point Loma Inn San Diego

2933 Fenelon Street, San Diego, California, 92106, United States
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Visiting SD in mid-April with kids (? ). Would like some information

by mijoda

I stayed in SD for two months in the summer more than 25 years ago and loved it.

I have 3 sons, ages 10, 10, and 14 and am thinking of taking them to SD in mid-April for 5 days. This would be their first trip out west (we live in NY State) and their introduction to Southern California.

I have a few basic questions:

How are the beaches in April? Is it too cold to swim in the ocean?

Which areas of town would be best for kids to stay in, while also being close to the beach?

Are there any activities in particular that you would recommend? How is the amusement park?


Re: Visiting SD in mid-April with kids (? ). Would like some information

by lmkluque

The Pacific Ocean water in April will be pretty cold. Even if they wore wetsuits, I doubt that your sons would enjoy being in the water.

I would suggest that you look for a hotel in Mission Beach or Pacific Beach. There are several that should work for you. Also, some of them have heated pools that your sons could swim around in.

Mission Beach has a smallish "carnival" type amusement park, "Belmont Park" complete with a landmark wooden rollercoaster, right on the beach. The Bahia Resort Hotel is located on the bay side and within walking distance of the ocean and Belmont Park.

Most of the hotels in this area are "kid" friendly and offer bike rentals as well as various water sport activities. I'm not sure which activities go on in April, but something appropriate for your interests in any case.

Re: Visiting SD in mid-April with kids (? ). Would like some information

by sddude

you may want to take a look at the review here

basically, in mid-april, you folks should be able to doa lot of things. including kayaking, snorkeling. the zoo and the animal park are great too. your kids are a little old for legoland, if not it is great too.
bunch of beaches you can go to.
btw, did you already book tickets? if not you can try this www.travelfrugal.rovia.com

Travel Tips for San Diego

San Diego Tip

by Mosie

The people in San Diego are for the most part friendly, outoing and relaxed - especially to someone transplanted from the more taciturn East Coast! Visitors from super-friendly places such as Ireland have told me otherwise, but it's all relative I suppose...

You could spend hours in the...

by Nobbe

You could spend hours in the parks around the San Diego Zoo area. On the photo you can see the 200-foot California Tower, an left over from the 1915-16 Panama-California Exposition. The Balboa Park. This 1,200-acre urban park has 14 museums, four theaters, a sports complex, playing fields, a rose garden, open-air pipe organ, sparkling fountain and even an antique carousel and of course the San Diego Zoo.


by vigi

Why nobody put Legoland as "must-see"? Pretty fun actually, although those kids gave me an eye when I queue up the airoplane behind them, and the doorman asked me: are you alone? Well... yes, I didn't bring any kids with me, can I get in? lol

Check out my Travelogue for more pictures.

Remember, this IS California,...

by CDNgirl

Remember, this IS California, and people drive very fast, and you need to really watch for the exit signs and numbers. Most major ones are well marked and give you time to get in the proper lane, but some definitely are not. So know where you're going and how to get there and it will make driving a much more pleasant experience.(Sorry if I offend any Californians!) BUT on the up side, I feel VERY safe in San Diego, especially in the Pacific Beach/Mission Bay Blvd area, I have no problem walking alone on the beach at night, as it is all fairly brightly lit from the hotels, and I have not encountered any 'scary-type people' yet, which is a real plus for a female travelling alone!!

What is your name officer?

by matcrazy1

You can easily read the name of a police officer on a small (but enough large not to use glasses = it's not email in VT) name tag just above right pocket of his shirt - enlarge my picture.

Hmm... in many countries I already visited (including my own homecountry) police officers have NO names, they have NUMBERS - usually very loooooong hehe. I wonder why?

Btw one police officer I met (close to LAX) was Mr Bilski (Polish surname) and he could speak "thank you" in Polish hehe. Whenever you meet him (he can catch you by a motorcycle) say him hello from matcrazy1, but I doubt whether it can help you when you get in troubles, OK? :-)))


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 Point Loma Inn San Diego

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Address: 2933 Fenelon Street, San Diego, California, 92106, United States