SuiteAmerica The Villages at Morena Vista

5395 Napa Street, San Diego, California, 92110, United States
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Non-Resident Marriage

by SisAsPlanner

My brother and is fiance are planning to get married here. They are originally from SC and plan to get their marriage license there. I can't find anything about how they can get married here without a marriage license here. Can they be married in San Diego with a SC marriage license? Also, any ideas where I can find someone how would do a sunset marriage on the beach?

Re: Non-Resident Marriage

by brotherleelove

For the most current and accurate information you need to contact the SD County Recorder's office, Marriage Section. (619) 531-6248

http://arcc.co.san-diego.ca.us/services/marriage_licenses.aspx

Re: Non-Resident Marriage

by lmkluque

They don't have to be a resident to get a marriage license here, but they must have an appointment, which I think they can make on-line before arrriving here.

As far as getting married at sunset on the the beach I think they might check at churches near the spot they choose to get married at.

You can also see websites such as:

http://www.weddingministers.com/Listings.php?location=San+Diego

Where you might find someone willing to officiate for them. I think that most of the "non-denominal" ministers would agree to do this for them.

Re: Non-Resident Marriage

by Jamesr3939

You don't have to be a resident of CA, but you do need a CA license. You can also get a one day ordination (?) for anybody you would like to marry you.

A nice location is the park on Coronado Island at the foot of Orange Street near The Landing. It is a public park and you do not need a permit as long as you don't plan a huge gathering or music. You will have the San Diego bay and sky line in the background.

Travel Tips for San Diego

If your time is limited...

by matcrazy1

Each place I visited in and around San Diego was worth of my time but when your time is limited you must choose what to visit and what to skip in San Diego. The answer depends on your (and your company, kids) interests, weather, season of the year or even day, means of transportation, your budget, your energy etc., etc.

So a few my suggestions for travellers with a lot of energy hehe:

1. FOR A FEW HOURS VISITORS (longer lay-over or busy business trip or...):
- Gaslamp District especially but NOT only in the evenings (easy and fast access from the airport): walking, eating, shopping in nearby Horton Plaza,
- Old Town District,
- Heritage Park,
- Villa Montezuma,
- Coronado Island (by ferry).
How long does it takes? Minimum a few hours with dining.
Or in summertime one from the first above suggestions + BEACH (the best is in Coronado Island) hehe!

2. FOR 1 FULL DAY VISITORS:
I would try to add to the above suggestion either ZOO (at least a few hours) or Balboa Park (even a full day maybe not enough if you wish to visit all museums)

3. 2 DAYS
Look at point 1 + ZOO + Balboa Park

4. 3-4 DAYS
Like in point 3 + trip to Mexico (Tijuana) or/and Point Lloma, La Jolla, San Diego ZOO's Wild Animal Park, Anza-Borego Desert State Park + SeaWorld (hmm... 1 full day).

WARNING: If you have not so much energy - multiple the above times at least by 2 hehe!

. VT-er Linda (lmqluque) :-))))))))))).

Visit the GasLamp District....

by Graeme_Webb

Visit the GasLamp District. This is a nice old area of San Diego. The buildings are old and the area is downtown. I enjoyed just walking around the area and taking things easy. The area is really nice.

San Diego Tip

by Marie-Lo

I have Many nice Memories of this Lovely town. But Crossing CORONADO BRIDGE.... our first night.....was really spectacular....
Fantastic view!!!!!!! of San Diego skyline!!

Sea World was also so nice......so much to explore....
We bought a 2 day pass, so we could see everything!!

Ralphs - local supermarket

by Sophie1980

Ralphs is downtown San Diego's local grocery store. It has a wide variety of salads (including a salad bar), fresh soups, fruits, health drinks, cakes, etc. All at fairly reasonable prices. This is the only grocery store that I've come across in the downtown area and it's really handy if you don't want to pay the earth for lunch, run out of diapers, need a disposable camera.

It's located behind the back of Horton Plaza and close to Gaslamp. Will get an address and post it!!

Crowded streets?

by matcrazy1

Most San Diegans drive a car (to work, to do shopping, to visit friends etc.), they relatively rarely walk along a street. They walk usually in parks (in weekends mainly), from parking to store/work and just for some entertainment in Gaslamp Quarter especially on Fri-Sat evenings.
So, don't expect to see many walking people along streets especially in residential areas. You can see much more cars than walking people in a street, a bit little different than in some European old towns.

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