No one knows exactly where the first sea explorers met up with the inland party of Spanish explorers in their quest to ... More
Spanish Landing Park
No one knows exactly where the first sea explorers met up with the inland party of Spanish explorers in their quest to conquer California, but this spot is where the city fathers decided to commemorate the historical event. On this site, now you can spot a family park with picnic areas, playgrounds, a boat launch and swimming beach. A bronze plaque honors the 1769 arrival of those who would determine the course of history in the San Diego area. It's worth a quick stop to get a flavor of the past and a great place for children to release some pent-up energy.
Art is a process and a product at this popular tourist attraction. Built for the 1935 Exposition, this cluster of
Spanish style cottages in San Diego's historic Balboa Park houses the on going works of local artists and artisans ...
This world famous establishment is clearly no ordinary zoo. Walk or ride a double decker bus throughout this expansive park,
home to over 4,000 rare and exotic animals exhibited in beautiful garden habitats. San Diego Zoo is also a ...
This lovely Spanish design inn offers excellent value for romantic one and two bedroom suites. Each guest section features themed
decor: French, Spanish, Italian or Early Californian. Some units include fireplaces, wet bars, whirlpools, patios and kitchens. Directly across ...