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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

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Downtown San Diego advice

The San Diego transit authority works with Google maps so the information on google maps is up to date and will give you the correct pick up times, distance to, and costs. I have found the walking and...
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tampa_shawn
Dec 21, 2013

Bus and Trolley

No doubt you can get directions from your hotel for bus to the most close San Diego transit station for bus and trolley, likely in Old Town. The system is very easy to use. You will get to most of the...
ConnieCarge
Nov 08, 2012

Shuttle around San Diego

San Diego is a great place to relax and have fun. This is why I would suggest taking a ride wherever you go. This way you wouldn't have to worry and the zig zag streets, and you could just relax and...
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alayna28
Aug 09, 2011

Public Transportation in San Diego

San Diego has a public transportation system but it is not really the best way to get around like it might be in a more compact urban center like New York or San Francisco - San Diego is just more...
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pacific_sol
Apr 04, 2011

Transportion in San Diego -- not bad

I found that anyone can get around San Diego. Although, taking the bus or trolley is more time consuming, it will get you to all the main attractions. Now mastering the system is the tricky part. I...
lisaluvly99
Apr 04, 2011

car is best in san diego

if you can rent a car then do so! san diegos' transportation system is not too great. it's not cheap, and it takes foreverrrrrrrrrrr to get around on the bus. if you can't rent a car. then stay in the...
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serenazulle
Jun 27, 2009

Useful Public Transporation Website

http://www.511sd.com/ - the public transportation site for San DiegoThere is semi-decent public transportation in the downtown area serviced by the trolley and a fairly good commuter train service in...
StewardLucre
May 21, 2008

Commuter Train and Local bus

We used the train to travel in and out of San Diego from our base in Carlsbad. It was an interesting, comfortable and inexpensive ride. In San Diego the Tram system is an excellent way of getting from...
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ranger49
Apr 02, 2007

Santa Fe Depot

Santa Fe Depot is a stop of Amtrak Pacific Surfliner trains, Coaster trains, and Blue Line trolleys.Like most train stations, it is strategically located in the downtown area. Across the street is the...
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cheap_tourist
Jun 28, 2004

Getting There and Around

By Air : San Diego International Airport is at Lindbergh Field and just minutes from downtown. A shuttle service is available on the Transportation Plazas across from Terminals 1 and 2.Old Town...
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keeweechic
Jul 19, 2003

How to get around? - general info

Do you need a car in San Diego?NO, you don't! What a nice surprise - the public transportation is effective and comfortable. You can even easily get to Mexican border and walk to Mexican border city -...
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matcrazy1
Jun 06, 2003

Public transit, many options, little choice

San Diego has lots of options in regards to transportation from bicycle to bus. But, most of the public transit in this area has some serious gaps. This is especially true in regards to getting from...
DesertDarlene
Sep 12, 2002
 
 
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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

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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San Diego Chinese Historical Museum

This unassuming little museum is dedicated to the Chinese laborers, who helped build San Diego in the early wild west days. It has quietly been growing in the past twenty or so years and has done a...
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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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Museum of Contemporary Art

Located at 700 Prospect Street, right near La Jolla Cove, this museum and a distinctive shipwreck sculpture that makes is hard to miss. This is one of two contemporary art museum locations, the newer...
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