Four-Hour Deluxe Bus Tour Visits All the San Diego Highlights
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The last date listed for San Diego City Sightseeing Tour was Monday September 30, 2013 / Various Times.
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Hornblower Cruises' Whale & Dolphin Watching Adventures are educational cruises and visual experiences for people who love sea birds, dolphins, sea lions and whales. Highlights of the cruise include pods of hundreds of dolphins, plus an informative harbor cruise around the north end of the Big Bay. Enjoy a memorable three-and-a-half-hour whale-watching cruise on San Diego's largest and fastest whale-watching yachts, the most comfortable, climate-controlled boats in Southern California. If your tour doesn't see whales, you'll be given a "Whale Check" to come back for free.
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Tour was scheduled on Sept 30th at 2:00 pm.. it was cancelled. No one called to tell us....so when we arrived we talked to someone named ROXANNE...( NO HELP AT ALL).. Had to reschedule for Oct 1st.... 9:00 am. NO PROBLEM....TOUR STARTED AT 9:15... STAY AWAY FROM FROM THIS TOUR COMPANY...TRY THE THE CITY TROLLEY.. SAME TOUR...BETTER DEAL...
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* La Jolla: The coast in La Jolla is really spectacular, with your feet on one of the most beautiful sand beaches in California you can see the Mediterranean backdrops right beside it, what gives the place an awesome feeling and gives you the opportunity to take some perfect photos.
* Coronado Island: The little summer paradise located just a bridge away from Downtown San Diego. Besides its 25 miles of beautiful beaches, Coronado is famous for its elegant gardens and old-world mansions.
* The famous Balboa Park: a 1,200 acres urban Park with over 85 cultural and recreational organizations including 15 museums
* The world class San Diego Zoo
* Downtown’s Little Italy: a lovely little village filled with restaurants, bars and pubs
* East Village: downtown’s largest neighborhood and home to Petco Park, we will stop to be able to take some photos
* The Embarcadero: Where you will find the pier and multiple museums.
* Old Town San Diego: It was here in 1769 that Father Junipero Serra came to establish the first of 21 missions that were to be the cornerstones of California. Today Old Town San Diego still preserves the rich heritage from the period of 1821-1871. It also is home to award-winning restaurants, more than 150 shops, 17 museums and much more.