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Whether you’re looking to sight-see for a couple days or pop in for a quick business opportunity, downtown San Diego is an oasis sitting on the edge of Pacific and even closer to a sunny excitement only California can provide. Located about fifteen minutes from San Diego International and home to a diverse array of attractions, it’s as easy to get lost in the area as it is to keep the kids entertained. Do so with the help of a shuttle, getting around town with a vessel that not only knows where it’s going, but can get there fast.


Stay by the bay, looking forward to all the area’s beauty by not only keeping track of how much you’ve done but how much you plan to do. Get a grandiose experience at Manchester Grand Hyatt, home to waterfront views and a renowned seafood restaurant. Keep driving on East Harbor Drive for more options, whether it’s the floor-to-ceiling windows from Hard Rock Hotel or the grandiose rooftop views known to bring business travelers to Omni San Diego Hotel. Head down Broadway for a historic ambiance, choosing between luxe stays like The Westgate Hotel or the internationally famous US Grant.


Make a goal to do more outside your room than inside, exploring local terrain in expansive locations like the San Diego Zoo, home to an expansive safari park and wildlife conservation efforts. Visit one of the many museums located in the same park, whether it’s the ancient artifacts from the San Diego Museum of Man or the classic folk art at Mingei International Museum. Head to Little Italy for dinner at the end of the night, taking a stroll down India Street for open doors into eateries trendy and traditional.

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