San Diego Reviews

Review for Duke's La Jolla by Melody
Rating: 5 Rating
Food, customer service, views and ambiance were amazing. Highly recommend.
Review for El Primero Hotel by Brenda
Rating: 5 Rating
Our stay there was awesome.
Pros: Lovely rooms ,great breakfast and the owners are the nicest,sweetest people.
Cons: None
Review for A Brooklyn Pizzeria by M
Rating: 1 Rating
The man that owns this place was trying to sell me a car. I’ve never met him and knew nothing about him because I found the car ad on Craigslist. ..
Review for Hamilton's Tavern by Mike
Rating: 5 Rating
Pros: A classic. Love Hamilton's. Always great beer selection, really excellent grilled sammiches, and pool/shuffleboard.
Cons: Not a whole lot else to "do" from an entertainment perspective, but with awesome beers and pub grub and a few good friends, what else do you need. It gets ..
Review for Patio Productions by Mike
Rating: 5 Rating
Pros: Really, really cool showroom. HUGE floor for just patio furniture, lots of selection. Super helpful and friendly staff. The furniture quality is excellent.
Cons: Not a lot of parking available

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There's no better place in the world to live, work and play, than San Diego. Here are just a few tempting offerings of this city of the gods. For starters, the climate is perfect year round. No other city in America boasts more sunny days, or more alluring adventures than San Diego. San Diego has received a great flux of influence from Mexico, its neighbor to the south. You can see Mexico's hand prints in the festive, colorful art decco, to the great array of Mexican foods and spices. Be sure to check out Old Town San Diego, with its Spanish-American lure and lore. With so many tempting attractions to visit, you'll be hard-pressed to be found sitting on your hands. If the stunning white sand beaches and teal colored water doesn't reel you in, then go ahead and make yourself dizzy with all the attractions San Diego has to offer. There's the San Diego Zoo, rock climbing at Mission Gorge, Wild Animal Park, Seaport Village for all the die-hard shopping fans, and Sea World, home of Shamu, just to name a few. For those who are looking at life on the wild side, knock yourself out surfing, sailing, whale-watching, hangliding or hiking. There's an unlimited journey into the heart of adventure, and it's all waiting for you in San Diego!

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