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Private Customizable Night Tour of San Diego
"When many visitors think of San Diego they think of sunny beaches and time spent on the beach. However for every beautiful beach worth a visit during the day there is a lively bar club or show worth seeing in the evening. This exclusive private night tour of San Diego takes you to the places you wouldn't normally visit during daylight hours. Visit a rooftop bar with views of the skyline and the Coronado Bridge. Stop in at clubs with exclusive VIP lounges and celebrity-packed dance floor
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San Diego GoCar Tour
"Venture into parts of San Diego that tour buses cannot go! Your self-drive tour by GoCar can take anywhere from one hour to a full day depending on which option you select on booking. Explore San Diego sights on your own schedule — just pick up a GoCar see what you want and bring the vehicle back when your time is up. Each 3-wheeled car seats two and has a lockable trunk for your belongings. The small size makes parking a breeze and in San Diego that's a major bonus. You can even squeeze the tiny vehicle into motorcycle parking. No experience is necessary and you will receive helmets and a briefing on how to operate the car before you head out.The talking GPS highlights specific locations throughout San Diego as you drive and provides clear directions and informative facts on notable sights. See the Itinerary below for suggested routes and time options available.Price is per person based on two passengers per car."
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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
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Onami Seafood Buffet: All you can eat japanese - In escondido

This ias a great place for a business lunch.
food is fresh, healthy and made before your eyes. huge selection of tossed salads, hand rolled sushis, appetizers and deserts. You can start with crisp ceasar salad or the spinach walnut salad. the Chinese wonton chicken sald is great too. At least 40 varieties of roll sushis to choose from. eat all you want and do not waste. (And do not eat the meat alone and leave the rice balls...the owner gets mad when you do that)
Lunch...Eat all you want for $12.95 plus tax.

Favorite Dish hmmm...Where should i start. The spicy tune roll or the spicy eel rool. The smoked salmon rice rolls or the fried shrimp and calmari. Or the special green tea iceceam!

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oldmonk_92129
Nov 21, 2003

Onami: Japanese Seafood buffet

All the sushi you can eat along with an assortment of cooked seafoods. This is the best of the two sushi buffets in San Diego and being at Mission Valley mall, a much more convenient location to get to.

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Jim_Eliason
Mar 04, 2016

Onami seafood buffet: Onami seafood buffet

Onami is a japanese buffet of the 'all-you-can-eat' variety. There is lots of sushi, and if you go at dinnertime there's also sashimi. In addition to this, they serve various japanese dishes like tempura, yakiniku etc, and also vegetable dishes, salads and desserts. Everything is fresh, nicely presented and delicious!

Favorite Dish The sashimi is wonderful, and so are the various types of rolls.

AnneKLM
Sep 07, 2002
 
 
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