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San Diego Bay Jet Boat Ride
"Your jet boat adventure on San Diego Bay begins on the waterfront near the USS Midway Museum. After checking in receive a plastic poncho and ziplock bag to keep yourself and any personal items dry. Then step aboard the Patriot and set off into the bay.With two turbo-charged 1400-horsepower engines the red-white-and-blue Patriot is a high-powered ocean-going vessel that will zip and zoom you under the famous Coronado Bridge and around the bay. If the onboard music and the rushing wind in your hair don’t put you in a wild mood the hold-on-tight 360-degree spins and speeds reaching 40 nautical mph (64 kph) surely will. During your 30-minute tour
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San Diego Maritime Museum and USS Midway Bay Cruise
"The cruise leaves Harbor Island and passes by the Coast Guard airfield and then to the floating Maritime Museum where you will see many historical vessels. Beginning with the Berkeley Museum which is 279’ long 64’ beam 9’ draft and powered by a steam engine. She was built in 1898 and was the 1st propeller-driven ferry on the west coast and largest commuter ferryboat in the US - held up to 1700 passengers. This amazing cruise ferried refugees from the 1906 San Francisco earthquake to Oakland. Next is the USS Dolphin (555): Research sub deepest diving in the world then the Madea a privately owned 1920's private yacht. Then
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San Diego Tour: Hop-on Hop-off Trolley
"Turn back the pages of history and relive San Diego's early days as it became the Birthplace of California. In Old Town San Diego (sometimes called the ""Jamestown of the Pacific"") you will experience early Americana with its distinctive ""West Coast Style"" Spanish flavor. The San Diego Hop-on Hop-off Trolley Tour is the easiest way to get around town. You can hop on and off at any of the 10 stops as often as you like. The shops and restaurants. Trolleys depart every 30 minutes."""Discover San Diego at your leisure with a one-day ticket on the Hop-on Hop-off Trolley Tour. Create your own itinerary to see the most popular sights of San Diego at your own pace.title=Highlights&1=Ride+the+San+Diego+Trolley&2=Hop+on+and+off+at+any+of+the+10+stops+as+often+as+you+like&3=Stops+are+conveniently+located+close+to+all+popular+attractions%2C+shops+and+restaurants&4=Create+your+own+itinerary+to+see+the+most+popular+sight1 day pass
From $39.00

Most Viewed General in Coronado

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The Hotel Del Coronado

If you have the time, send away for a vistor guide of the local area. They are usually sent free and are filled with loads of information. Well worth it! Located in the lobby of the Coronado...
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Beautiful Atmosphere

Coronado is a pretty town and most of the shops are rather expensive. It is possible however, to enjoy much this city has to offer, spending very little money or spending all you want! The beach is...
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Ferrylanding Market Place

Wander around the Ferry Landing Market Place, the newest addition to Coronado's wonders. This area, historically, was the location of the original ferry landing. We'd drive our cars onto the ferry...
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Old Town Trolley Tours & Map

One way of getting to and around Coronado is the, Old Town Trolley Tours.' Phone: (619) 298-8687 There are between eight and eleven (they keep changing the number) stops in and around San Diego to get...
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lmkluque
Nov 08, 2013

Wallking The Dog

One of my fondest memories of Coronado is actually finding a parking space near the steps at the beach on the first try! Especially during the summer or on weekends it can be difficult to find a...
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lmkluque
Oct 23, 2011

Surfing

The beach is great. Rent a surfboard from Island Surf on Orange Avenue, east side, south of 10th (no affiliation of mine), with the right-sized wetsuit, and have a ball trying the sport. The average...
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nadosurfer
Mar 30, 2007
 
 
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Coronado is home to about 26,000 people. It is connected to San Diego by the San Diego-Coronado Bay Bridge, with its distinctive curved span. Coronado is surrounded by water -- the Pacific Ocean,...
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Oct 21, 2006

Top Hotels in Coronado

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1017 Park Place, At Orange Ave., Coronado, California, 92118, United States
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1060 Adella Avenue, Coronado, California, 92118, United States
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1630 Glorietta Blvd., Coronado, California, 92118, United States
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1415 Orange Ave, Coronado, California, 92118, United States
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4000 Coronado Bay Rd., Coronado, California, 92118, United States
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1315 Orange Ave., Coronado, California, 92118, United States
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Top Things to Do in Coronado

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Hotel Del Coronado

part two of my tips with more pictures. the grand old dame of San Diego Sits on the Coronado Peninsula, facing the public beach which was voted America's 5th best family beach destination by Travel...
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Beach

part two of my tips with more pictures. Facing the mightly Pacific Ocean and less congested than the Beaches of Los Angeles, Coronado has a long Public Beach called Central Beach that lies Parallel...
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Ferrylanding Market Place

The Ferry Landing "shopping mall" on Coronado is primarily restaurants and shops in addition to the ferry landing dock. The ferry takes passengers To/From San Diego and Coronado. After wandering the...
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Orange Avenue

Ocean Avenue is the main commercial and dining area of Coronado and it lies in the middle of the peninsula and starts near the Ferry Terminal Landing Place in 1rst Street, going to the Hotel Del...
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Art & Achitecture

In 1887, riverboat Captain Charles T. Hinde and his wife Eliza built their first home on C Avenue in Coronado. When fire destroyed much of the original structure in 1890, the Hindes commissioned James...
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Art-In-The-Park

I picked this little brochure up at the Visitor Center and took it along on my walkabouts of the island. Some of my favorite pieces were the unmentioned mosaics at Coronado High School - which may be...
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Top 5 Coronado Writers

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lmkluque

"Coronado City, Beach and North Island"
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Yaqui

"~~ Coronado ~~"
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matcrazy1

"The most beautiful area of San Diego County!"
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goodfish

"The Crowned One"
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racheljapi

"Resort town that only gets better"
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