Hotel del Coronado - Considered one of America 's most beautiful beach resorts, is a classic historic hotel, "The Del" was built in 1888 and designated a National Historic Landmark in 1977. Today, The Del offers travelers contemporary luxury in an enchanting Victorian atmosphere. Add to this, the resort's beachfront location, and it's no wonder USA Today calls The Del "one of the top ten resorts in the world." Address: 1500 Orange Avenue, Coronado, CA 92118. Phone: 800-HOTELDEL; 619-435-6611. http://www.hoteldel.com
Knott's Soak City - Closed - Re-opening Spring 2006! San Diego County's wildest water adventure park! Thirty-two water-logged acres packed with 23 of the most intense water rides imaginable -- all themed to the surf woodies and longboards of the 1950s San Diego coast! And don't miss the wave, new for the 2005 season is Pacific Spin! A giant six-story funnel drops riders from 75 feet in the air, then into a 132-foot-long tunnel before toppling into a pool below. Located: 2052 Entertainment Circle, Chula Vista, CA 91911. Phone: (619) 661-7373. www.knotts.com/soakcity/sd/
LEGOLAND California - The theme park where creativity meets fun! Discover kid-powered rides, cool building challenges, a unique mix of interactive attractions. In June 2006, LEGOLAND California opened Pirate Shores, the park's largest expansion, with four all-new water-based attractions. www.lego.com/legoland/california/
Liberty Station - It's all Happening Here - Point Loma, San Diego, California. A fascinating blend of living, working, shopping and more. Come and see the transformed Naval Training Center.
Mission Basilica San Diego de Alcalá - Mission Valley - Founded on July 16, 1769 by Blessed Junipero Serra. It was designated as a Minor Basilica in 1976 by Pope Paul VI. The Mission today is an active Catholic Parish in the Diocese of San Diego. Address: 10818 San Diego Mission Rd., Mission Valley, San Diego, CA. Phone: (619-281-8449). Open daily. Suggested donation ($3) for adults. http://www.missionsandiego.com
Old Point Loma Lighthouse - The Old Point Loma Lighthouse was in operation at the entrance to San Diego Bay for 36 years, first lit on November 15, 1855, until March 23, 1891 when the light was extinguished. Pictures of Old Point Loma Lighthouse, an historic San Diego landmark. http://www.nps.gov/cabr/historyculture/old-point-loma-lighthouse.htm
PETCO Ballpark Tours - You haven't seen PETCO Park until you've gone behind-the-scenes on one of our guided tours. Discover "writer's row" in the press box, learn about the historic Western Metal Supply Co. Building and explore the Padres dugout. The new crown jewel of downtown San Diego, PETCO Park serves up baseball Southern California style-complete with swaying palm trees and a sandy beach beyond centerfield. Please call our Tour Hotline at (619) 795-5011 or email a request to email@example.com