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Private San Diego Sunset Bay Cruise of Harbor Island
"This private cruise leaves from Harbor Island and travels to the Navy Dolphin and Sea Lion training facility located at the end of the harbor. After viewing the training the cruise then proceeds down the bay the America's Cup Harbor and past Shelter Island to the end of Shelter Island where the cruise turns into beautiful La Playa for calm waters and an incredible sunset. The Kona Kai Resort and Marina will thrill you with its Mega-Yachts and beautif San Diego's gateway to the Pacific Ocean. This cruise itinerary is very flexible and offers the ultimate in personal service and accommodation. After the sunset the cruise then returns to Harbor Island. All Cruises are in an all-electric boat with no exhaust fumes or engine noise. Passengers are encouraged to bring their beverages food and music. The cruise furnishes a refrigerator glasses
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San Diego Sunset Bay Cruise of Harbor Island
"This cruise leaves from Harbor Island and travels to the Navy Dolphin and Sea Lion training facility located at the end of the harbor. After viewing the training the cruise then proceeds down the bay the America's Cup Harbor and past Shelter Island to the end of Shelter Island where the cruise turns into beautiful La Playa for calm waters and an incredible sunset. The Kon Kai Resort and Marina will thrill you with its Mega-Yachts and beautifu San Diego's gateway to the Pacific Ocean. This cruise itinerary is very flexible and offers the ultimate in personal service and accommodation. After the sunset the cruise then returns to Harbor Island. All Cruises are in an all-electric boat with no exhaust fumes or engine noise. Passengers are encouraged to bring their beverages food and music. The cruise furnishes a refrigerator glasses
From $95.00
 
Shelter Island Resorts Bay Cruise from San Diego
"On this San Diego bay cruise you will begin your cruise along the outside of Harbor Island toward the America's Cub Harbor. At the end of Harbor Island we will turn into the area where the U.S. Navy trains dolphins and sea lions for undersea mine detection. We will also get a view o where the America's Cup boats were kept during the competition in 1992. You will pass by the world famous Bali Hai restaurant and the beginning of Shelter Island. You will travel along the outside of Shelter Island and then turn into the back harbor of S you will see a beautiful view of the multi-million dollar homes that overlook the bay. You will also travel past the Shelter Island Resorts and Mega Yachts. Next you will see the San Diego Yacht Club Silvergate Yacht Club and Southwestern Yacht Club home to hundreds of yachts. On your way back
From $70.00

Most Viewed Restaurants in San Diego

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Red Sails Inn

Red Sails Inn is a San Diego Shelter Island landmark. Located right on Shelter Island Drive in Point Loma, Red Sails Inn has been at this location since 1957. That date just happens to be the first...
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Rei do Gado

If you are a meat lover and you like a lot of it, than this is the place for you. For $35.95 on week nights or $39.95 on Friday and Saturday nights you can eat as much meat as you want. This is a...
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El Indio Mexican Restaurant

El Indio Mexican Restaurant has been serving San Diego since 1940. The combination plates are delicious and filling. Served hot, the portions are huge. Try the "Taquitos", rolled tacos, the largest in...
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Marketplace Grille

Located in the Gaslamp Quarter, the MG serves all kinds of salads - Greek, Caesar, spinach and feta cheese - to which you can add chicken, salmon or prawn. Seafood, lamb, and chicken dishes, whcih...
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The Old Spaghetti Factory

The Old Spaghetti Factory looks like an stereotypical chain restaurant outlet from the outside, but don't let the looks guide you wrong. The food is actually pretty good there. The restaurant is one...
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The Living Room Cafe

A favorite local place where folks can come to eat, relax, and study. It is a popular place of college students. I had breakfast here with my niece, sister and my grand neice and nephew. I just adore...
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Casa de Pico

This place is so good that I actually go there in spite of the tourists. I take anyone who is visiting me to this restaurant. Everything on the menu is excellent. I like this much better than the...
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Casa de Reyes

This place really worked with me. I wanted to do a surprise birthday party for my granddaughter who was turning 8. I called ahead and they arranged for a special desert from a neighboring place to be...
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Rubio's Baja Grill

I gotta start this review by saying I am a restaurant snob and detest anything that remotely resembles a chain. So while Rubio's is a chain restaurant it is California's chain and a San Diego...
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Pizzeria Uno Chicago Bar & Grill

There are two floors in this restaurant. Sitting on the second floor, it can be see the ocean view. However, the seats are outside. Maybe during summer time, the environment is ideal. I like the...
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Rockin' Baja Lobster - Coastal Cantina Gaslamp Quarter

Not the greatest seafood you'll ever have, but pretty darn great. Have fun with a lively outdoors type atmosphere and a great salsa bar. My husband and I had our first date here nearly 6 years ago....
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Miguel's Cocina

When we hit Old Town San Diego, I once again looked though my guide to see which restaurants they recommended. Having been amazed by the food we'd had so far, I didn't hesitate to follow their advice...
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Panda Inn

This is another restaurant where I have returned due to a first great experience. Besides the delicious food, I like this place because it is not noisy, it has a classy atmosphere and the service is...
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Candelas

yummy Mexican fusion grub that is located near the Ferry Landing and Provides Wonderful Views of the San Diego Skyline and can be a nice Romantic Dating Place at Night. they have two sections, the...
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2912 Garrison Street, San Diego, California, 92106, United States
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11025 Vista Sorrento Parkway, San Diego, California, 92130, United States
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Top Things to Do in San Diego

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Gaslamp Quarter

From the beach we headed to the Gaslamp Quarter for dinner. There was certainly a lot of choice. I think that the prices were a tad on the expensive side and it was very busy but I liked the vibe. I...
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Balboa Park

This is a HUGE park ... you can certainly spend the whole day here. several museums .. gardens, amazing architecture. .. murals, people watching. water features .. lily ponds. sculpture .. lots to...
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San Diego Zoo

This is for sure a great Zoo ... free parking but It's pricy to get in 50 a person .. If you are in town for several days buying a go pass would be an option. We didn't but probably should have...
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SeaWorld

I do not normally do reviews, but after my experience today I felt compelled to do so. I have been to this park several times over the last 20 years. Today was very depressing. Most of the rides were...
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U.S.S. Midway

This is listed as one of the VERY Top things to do in town. On some lists it's #1. We were in town for 4 full days and this was the only thing he asked to do and he really enjoyed it. Personally I'm...
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Old Town San Diego

They were very old… Julianna Cornelia “An Indian Woman Aged 108 Years” …and very young. Luis Gonzaga Serrano, Infant Son,”Little Luis was one 13 children…” They were saints… Maria Josefa...
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