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CLIMATE

San Diego is considered "America's Finest City". San Diego has it all in every direction, sunshine (and lots of it), activities, arts, miles of warm, sandy beaches; there is no end. Only 10.8 inches of annual rainfall and only 42.9 days rainy weather, (most of the rainy days December through April) giving you well over 300+ day of Southern California sunshine! Winters are very mild in San Diego with average high temperatures of 66-70 degrees and lows of 50–56 degrees.

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 LA JOLLA

•A seaside destination with the charm of a European village

 

 

 

HILTON MISSION BAY

•Located on beautiful Mission Bay.

•6 miles from the airport and 6 miles to Taylor Research.

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MARRIOTT LA JOLLA

•All-new renovated guest rooms

•Unique on-site dining options

•42” HD Televisions in all guest rooms

•Ideally located in La Jolla’s Golden Triangle across from the UTC mall    featuring various dining and shopping destinations

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RESTAURANTS

Because of its ethnic and cultural mix, San Diego has a wide range of cuisines. One can find Mexican, Italian, French, Spanish, Filipino, Vietnamese, Greek, Latin, German, Indian, Central and East Asian, Middle Eastern and Pacific Islander food throughout the city. In addition, there are numerous seafood restaurants and steakhouses. The city's long history and close proximity to Mexico has endowed the area with an extensive variety of authentic Mexican restaurants. Regional homemade specialties, border fare and haute cuisine are all readily available.

San Diego's warm, dry climate and access to the ocean have also made it a center for fishing and for growing fruits and vegetables. Long a center of the tuna industry, San Diego benefits from an abundant supply of seafood.

Many of the most popular restaurants can be found in the Gaslamp Quarter, Little Italy, La Jolla, Hillcrest and Old Town.

 

Local specialties include:

 • Mexican (carne asada, street tacos, California burritos,[10] fish tacos, enchiladas, carne asada fries, and ceviche)

 • Wood-fired, California-style pizza

 • Southeast Asian specialties of all kinds

 • Seafood of all kinds

 • Local Wines (San Pasqual Valley, Rancho Bernardo, Julian)

 • Locally produced (from the mountains near Julian) hard and sweet apple cider and Julian apple pie

 • Various fruits and vegetables (including avocados, tomatoes, mushrooms, olives, eggplant, oranges, lemons, limes, strawberries, grapefruit, grapes, apples, pomegranates, persimmons, and melons)

ATTRACTIONS

Spectacular attractions such as the world famous San Diego Zoo, Sea World, San Diego's Wild Animal Park and at least eight southern California beaches are some of your outdoor options here. Sporting events range from the San Diego Chargers and the Padres, to San Diego State University’s sporting events. Balboa Park, the entertaining Gas Lamp District, Sea Port Village, whale watching excursions, dinner cruises or a jazz concert on the Bay and world-class golf are still more fun in the sun activities to be enjoyed here almost year round. The beautiful, temperate weather, breathtaking coastal topography, endless outdoor activities and some of the greatest beaches to suntan - what on Earth could be better?

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