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Review for El Primero Hotel by Brenda
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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
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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 Interior Designer San Diego by Olivia
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When we first met the Interior Designer San Diego team we knew we had found what we needed: a group of young, enthusiastic, sensitive designers. And also as we soon ..
Pros: Very professional as well as friendly.
Review for The Carlsbad Movers by Anonymous
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Really great movers. Moving is the worst. And with Corona virus things are even crazier than usual. This was the best moving company I've ever worked with. Guys were very ..
Pros: They did a great job and they charged exactly what they said they would.
Cons: The biggest complaint is that I didn't know about them sooner!
Review for Hamilton's Tavern by Mike
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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
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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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Slipped in between the Pacific Ocean and Mission Bay in San Diego, CA is a time capsule called Mission Beach. Not for the overly particular, Mission Beach is a fantastic place to see a variety of life. The boardwalk running the length of Mission Beach is as much the attraction here as the beach. Here are locals living with a sense of personal expression that evokes feelings of a groovier era. Roller skating, biking, skateboarding, and walking are all allowed on the boardwalk. The boardwalk has Belmont Park, an amusement park from yesteryear. On the beach swimming and surfing are popular pastimes. There are separate areas for each and lifeguards to keep it all fun. Leashed dogs are allowed on the beach from 6pm to 9am. Beach fires are permitted in provided fire bins for nighttime ambiance. What you can't do is have alcohol or run around naked. Down south the fishermen do battle from the jetty. Mission Beach has fun shopping options, tourist stops and surf shops, and mostly relaxed dining choices. The Wave House bar and grill has Bruticus Maximus, an 8 foot wave! For an after dinner wind down there are quiet walks and coves just off the boardwalk. With a little something for everyone, Mission Beach is a tourist destination, student hangout, and way of life.

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