This adobe-walled cemetery, now a restful stop for visitors of the bustling Old Town area, was first established in 1849 as a ... More
El Campo Santo
This adobe-walled cemetery, now a restful stop for visitors of the bustling Old Town area, was first established in 1849 as a private burial place for then prominent San Diego elite. Since then, it has held the remains of all those dearly departed, from outlaws to the parish priest. One story tells of an Antonio Garra, who was the Chief of the San Luis Rey Indians, who rebelled against the settlers in 1880. He was apparently executed, then buried on this site but not before being forced to dig his own grave!
Located in San Diego's Old Town State Historic Park, this museum hosts antiques once owned by Albert Seeley who ran
a stagecoach service between San Diego and Los Angeles. The museum holds antiques such as covered wagons, stagecoaches, carriages, ...
There are other bike and pedicab companies in the downtown area, but this was the first. Tour downtown, the Embarcadero,
or the historic Gaslamp District in fun and fresh air. No reservations needed, just call up and a driver ...
Visit the building that was utilized for San Diego's first public school. It still hosts wooden desks and old textbooks.
Also on display are pictures of former schoolmarms. When visiting the school, be sure to count the lashes! A ...
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