>Things to Do in San Diego When You Aren’t Dead

>Next week I have to travel to sunny San Diego, CA. I’ve only been there once before, very briefly, in January of 2008. This time I will be there a couple days — I’ll have one full afternoon/evening the day I arrive, then two subsequent evenings to check things out. As I don’t intend to spend my time holed up in my room waiting to die like I did last week, I’m looking for things besides the beach to check out. Anyone have any suggestions? Interesting places? Bookstores? Record stores? Comic shops? I’m all ears. . . .

6 thoughts on “>Things to Do in San Diego When You Aren’t Dead”

  1. >You can go to Mt. Soledad…it has the Seuss house (last place Seuss lived), awesome views…it's in the La Jolla area.San Diego Wild Animal Park…on the way there you will see wineries along the way…same valley…http://www.crazyaboutwine.com/appellation.php?app=77Just some thoughts…not sure what you like but…Ocean Beach has a couple good places to eat on Newport and some fun shops…downtown has the Hyatt hotel with a bar on top that has a killer view … the Hotel Del Coronado is fun to visit also.Have a fun trip.Dawn…used to live in SD…

  2. >I love San Diego. I made a list of links for you. Try Balboa Park…it has lots of museums and gardens and not just the zoo. The Gaslamp district is fun…shops, restaurants. I love Littly Italy…good food and they have a huge art supply store…I love to look around in there. I'm not a comic book fan, I found a couple of shops. And here is a great list of the book stores in San Diego…I've got check some of these out myself. Just call me your personal concierge. http://www.balboapark.org/http://www.gaslamp.org/http://www.littleitalysd.com/splash/index.asphttp://www.socalcomics.com/http://www.comickaze.com/http://www.mystgalaxy.com/http://www.sandiegobooksellers.org/Booksellers.html

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