What kind of activities are there to do in San Diego?

San Diego has good surfing and windsurfing but the water can often get crowded.  If you're
a first timer, try the Pacific Surf school in Mission Beach.  The best scuba diving is in the
San Diego-La Jolla Underwater Park with giant kelp forests and the 100ft-deep La Jolla

What are some of the more famous sights to see in San Diego?

With its museums, gardens, and famous zoo, Balboa Park should be on the list of what to
see in San Diego.  Some of the more famous museums include the San Diego Museum of
art, the Natural History Museum, the Museum of Photographic arts and the Aerospace
Museum.  The northern section of Balboa Park is occupied by the world-class San Diego
Zoo which has more than 4000 animal and around 800 species living in beautifully re-created
natural habitats.
San Diego's star attraction however is Sea World in Mission Bay.  Sea World combines live
shows starring trained animals with zoo-like exhibits. A must see is the show starring
Shamu the killer whale.

Where’s a good place to jog and skate in San Diego?  

Check out Mission Beach.  It has a paved walkway directly on the beach which is very
popular and is a great area to walk, jog, skate, and ride your bike.  Bring quarters for the
meters.  Parking is limited and hard to find here.  

Where can we find a relaxing area on San Diego that has shopping and outdoor
dining with a view of the water?

Your best bet is to check out Seaport Village.  It’s located on West Harbor Drive at Pacific
Highway, near the Hyatt.  They have lots of quaint shops, dining and are right on the water.  
Best of all, if your parking ticket is validated, your first two hours of parking in their lot is

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