A painted wood and metal Santa Morte skeleton statue behind a fence in Old Town San Diego

Visitors’ Guide to Old Town San Diego

San Diego locals and visitors alike know that our coastal gem of a city is a haven of warm sunshine, beautiful beaches, and amazing things to do. What may not be as widely known is that “America’s Finest City” is the birthplace of California. The first European visitors on the west coast were Spanish missionaries…

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Guide To Visiting Old Town San Diego

For those who wish to learn about San Diego’s history, a first stop on any city tour should be Old Town — the first site of Spanish settlement on the West Coast. It’s also just a couple miles from Days Inn San Diego Hotel Circle, making it a convenient destination to explore during your visit….

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San Diego Shopping Guide by Neighborhood

Although San Diego’s shopping scene is often overshadowed by Los Angeles, this city has a wealth of destination-worthy boutiques, department stores, and shopping centers. In fact, six of the city’s neighborhoods or arts districts are known for excellent shopping: Hillcrest, Old Town, Balboa Park, Ocean Beach, Liberty Station, and University City. Below, we round up…

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