Neighbourhoods in San Diego

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Neighbourhoods in San Diego

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  • Travelswell4fun
    central florida445 contributions
    Little Italy was great to go to. We ate at Mona Lisa's and enjoyed it immensely. The jets coming into SAN fly so close to the buildings!!! So much fun. Great wines and different places made it an enjoyable evening for all.
    Written 28 March 2022
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  • Traveler161
    3 contributions
    We stayed at the Grande Colonial, right in the heart of the village. We had no car on this trip. One in our party has walking issues, so everything we did was geared toward that. The hotel currently only has room service breakfast due to COVID so we ate breakfast at Richard Walkers right across the street. Very friendly, short wait, and good typical breakfast food. We had dinner at The Spot. Great salads and burgers, and good vibes. Gerard Street has an Indy book store, Warwick’s, a hardware store to putter around in, and lots of other shops. Lots of coffee shop choices too, with plenty of outdoor seating. Less than a mile up Gerard is a farmers market, only open on Sunday’s. Going toward the water, Seal Beach is 5 minutes away and follows along the coast to La Jolla Cove and more seals and sea lions.
    Written 2 May 2021
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  • vagabondginger
    Alicante, Spain1 315 contributions
    Very colorful rainbow area of San Diego but everyone is welcome everywhere. Nicest friendly people live here. There's many good restaurants and bars and thrift shops. On Sunday is the big Farmers Market. Always lots of action on the sidewalks as it is a place to strut your stuff and fashion and be seen by some but all in a good fun way.
    There's a Trader Joe's and a Whole Foods and buses that go downtown or to Balboa Park. Very eclectic neighborhood.
    Written 7 August 2021
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  • Summerasalifestyle
    Malibu, CA2 459 contributions
    Barrio Logan is filled with culture. Art, brew pubs, burgers taquerias and barrieria.
    Make sure to stop at Hayes for a tasty burger, mishmash for a hipster experience and Birrieria 664 for your soul.
    Written 5 March 2022
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  • Keith M
    San Diego, CA805 contributions
    Convoy District - Is the Korean, Japanese, Chinese, Thai, Vietnamese, & other groups food & shopping district at the heart of San Diego. Most all Friday nights all the restaurants have lines. Parking can be tight, but their is still plenty a block or two walk.
    Written 26 April 2017
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