By Mark Hiss
America’s no 1 bestselling go back and forth sequence Written via greater than one hundred seventy five outspoken tourists around the world, Frommer’s whole publications support tourists event locations the best way locals do. extra each year up-to-date publications than the other sequence 16-page colour part and foldout map in all annual publications Outspoken critiques, distinctive costs, and prompt itineraries Dozens of designated maps in an easy-to-read, two-color layout *Full color, tear facts, water-resistant pull out map * whole assurance of San Diego's best websites, plus facet journeys to Temecula's wineries, Disneyland and Tijuana * consumer pleasant beneficial properties together with superstar scores and specific icons to indicate readers to nice unearths and insider advice
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It issues ID cards for seniors 60 and older, as well as for travelers with disabilities—all of whom pay $1 per ride. Request a copy of the useful brochure San Diego’s Fun Places, which details the city’s most popular tourist attractions and the buses that will take you to them. The office is open Monday through Friday from 9am to 5pm. San Diego has an adequate bus system that will get you to where you’re going— eventually. Most drivers are friendly and helpful; on local routes, bus stops are marked by rectangular red, white, and black signs every other block or so, farther apart on express routes.
Mid-December to midMarch. Mission Bay Boat Parade of Lights, from Quivira Basin in Mission Bay. Held on a Saturday, the best viewing is around Crown Point, on the east side of Vacation Island, or the west side of Fiesta Island; it concludes with the lighting of a 320-foot tower of Christmas lights at SeaWorld. Call & 858/ 488-0501. For more vessels dressed up like Christmas trees, the San Diego Boat Parade of Lights is held in San Diego Bay on two Sundays, with a route starting at Shelter Island and running past Seaport Village and the Coronado Ferry Landing Marketplace.
Runs both directions, as do Market Street and Harbor Drive. North of A Street, the east–west streets bear the names of trees, in alphabetical order: Ash, Beech, Cedar, Date, and so on. Harbor Drive runs past the airport and along the waterfront, which is known as the Embarcadero. Ash Street and Broadway are the downtown arteries that connect with Harbor Drive. The Coronado Bay Bridge leading to Coronado is accessible from I-5 south of downtown, and I-5 N. leads to Old Town, Mission Bay, La Jolla, and North County coastal areas.
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