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Private San Diego Short Segway Ride
Have you ever wanted to try a Segway? Maybe you just want to see some San Diego sights on a Segway and you don’t have the time for a full Adventures in San Diego Segway tour.This 1 hour ride is the perfect amount of time to get a feel for a Segway"""Have you ever wanted to try a Segway? Maybe you just want to see some San Diego sights on a Segway and you don’t have the time for a full Adventures in San Diego Segway tour. We will cover parts of the Gaslamp San Diego convention center the Embarcadero and waterfront."title=Highlights&1=Excellent+value+for+money&2=Great+overview+and+orientation+of+the+city&3=Flexibility+to+customize+your+itinerary+to+your+own+preferences&4=Choice+of+several+departures+throughout+the+day&5=Family+friendly""
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San Diego Seal Tour
"This 90-minute fully-narrated journey departs from Seaport Village located on Harbor Drive at the Embarcadero. As you travel along the beautiful Big Bay by land you will hear stories of early sailors as well as the history of the 14-mile long working bay. You also will learn about the importance of the military in San Diego. Pass by San Diego International Airport dedicated to aviator Charles Lindbergh just one of the many people you will hear about on your San Diego Seal Tour. Then you will splash down into the San Diego Bay off Shelter Island where you begin the water-tour segment of the journey. As the seal travels through the north end of the Big Bay keep your eyes peeled for a chance encounter with a California brown pelican. The Big Bay provides views of Point Loma
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San Diego and Tijuana Combo Tour with Optional Harbor Cruise
"After pickup from your San Diego hotel in the morning you’ll be taken on a narrated tour by comfortable air-conditioned coach. Enjoy the beautiful sights of sunny San Diego and scenic Coronado. Some of the places you’ll see include Old Town Balboa Park the Gaslamp Quarter Seaport Village Seal Rock
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Oriental Cafe

A few years ago VT Member, "winnietankl," Winnie, wrote me for advise about hotels to stay in while she was in San Diego. I did a bit of "interviewing" for her and she settled on one in National City....
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Chuck E. Chesse's

This is a fun place for kids to go but it can become expensive. Lot's of kids what to have their birthday party here. Not only is this a "pizza" parlour, it is also a gaming arcade. I sometimes take...
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Family House of Pancakes

This independently owned restaurant is a reminder of the past when meals were hearty and plentiful.It was opened by Jim and Madeline Spezzano about fifty years ago. They are of Italian ancestry, so it...
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The Living Room Coffeehouse

The Living Room Coffeehouse Bistro and European Pastries is my all time favorite coffeehouse. This National City branch is next to the Southwestern College Extension building and they have an...
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Charley's Grilled Subs

Stopping at Plaza Bonita to take a few replacement photos I noticed the first "restaurant" in the Food Court because a guy was standing out side of the counter with a plate of samples. I wasn't...
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Hibachi-San Japanese Grill

Hibachi-San is the only Japanese food I've seen at Plaza Bonita and I was happy to see they served Bento Boxes.To Be Continued.... Chicken Teriyaki bento box is my favorite choice.To Be Continued.... ...
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Outback Steak House

The Outback is in a free standing building at the northwest corner of the Plaza Bonita parking lot. Patio dining is available all year long--except maybe when it is raining--and heaters are provided...
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El Torito Mexican Restaurant & Bar

El Torito moved from Chula Vista to National City. It is a nice addition to the Westfield Plaza Bonita mall. At first, from the outside, it looks small but walking through the doors you'll see it's...
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Goodies Pours & Plates

This used to be a Buster's Beach House/Marina Gateway, but has since closed up shop at this location. Now it is Goodies. I went here to interview the hotel next door and wanted to check this...
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Plaza Bonita Food Court

At the Plaza Bonita food court there are many options to choose, from a simple drink at Orange Julius or the Cyberbrew Cafe to a full meal at any of the American, Chinese, Japanese or Filipino food...
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Waterfront Grill

A new restaurant to the area that is open to the public as well as a convenience for the boaters docked at the marina. At the moment their hours are limited. Monday through Thursday they are open 11...
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The Barbeque Pit

This old style Texas BBQ first opened in National City before I was born!! That opening was a long, long time ago, 1947 to be exact. You know, the fact that it is still is doing a thriving business is...
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Cafe La Maze

Chula has the Butcher Shop and National City has Café La Maze. This steakhouse/seafood restaurant opened in 1940 as a second location for the owner, Marcel Lamaze, friend of the Stars. The idea was to...
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Applebee's Neighborhood Grill & Bar

Applebee's is not one of my favorites, mainly because it offers no outside dining. It is a "local neighborhood" type restaurant, sporty, and nicely decorated. Service is good, sometimes slow due to...
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800 Bay Marina Drive, National City, California, 91950, United States
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1645 E Plaza Blvd, National City, CA 91950
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425 Roosevelt Ave, National City, CA 91950
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700 National City Blvd, National City, CA 91950
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607 Roosevelt Ave, National City, California, 91950, United States
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Things to Do Near National City

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Beach

This gorgeous, 1.5 mile stretch of pacific-side beach is the undisputed star of the island. It is very large, very clean, uncrowded, and free for locals and visitors alike to enjoy. It’s roughly...
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Torrey Pines

Parking is just off the Pacific Coast Highway north of San Diego. Park fees are by the car and relatively cheap. There are bathrooms and showers to hose the feet after walking on the beach. The main...
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Ocean Beach

We loved hanging out in Ocean Beach during our visit to San Diego in April 2016. The vibe is very laid back, so after popping into a couple of stores and enjoying dinner we headed to the pier to watch...
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Gaslamp Quarter

The Gaslamp Quarter is a historical neighborhood in downtown San Diego. This area encompasses sisteen blooks and is packed full of historic buildings, museums, restaurants, shopping, galleries and...
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San Diego Chinese Historical Museum

As we wandered Chinatown we came upon the First Emperor of China Statue. This sculpture is located at the entrance to the San Diego Chinese Historical Museum in San Diego's Gaslamp District. The...
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SD Convention Center

San Diego Convention Center, steps away from Gaslamp Quarter, is a huge downtown venue beloved by a great variety of visitors every year. Usually attended by business types, the center is great for...
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