Morning babes! How was your weekend? Thursday we picked up our RV camper. OMG that camper is HUGH!!!!!! It’s for 6 persons, haha. We where a little scared of it, but at the end it’s fine. The name of our camper is Minnie Winnie. Almost our own name how ironic. When I’m back home I’m planning to make a report about the camper. Just how I experience it. Beside that it could be handy if you are planning a trip with a camper.
First a travel report about San Diego! Friday we arrived at KOA camper ground in San Diego. Where a planning to stay here for 2 nights. So I’m curious what San Diego have to offer. Underneath you will see the must sees of San Diego. In my own report what I will post after my holiday I will show you my own experience.
1. Balboa Park
Balboa Park listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The area is a kind of village containing several museums, a Zoo, parks, gardens, a golf course, playgrounds and theatres.Balboa Park
2. San Diego Zoo
San Diego Zoo is situated in the Balboa Park. Explore all your favorite animals in this beautiful park.
3. SeaWorld San Diego
This large park was established in 1964 and it was an big success. The park quickly processed thousands of visitors every day. All kinds of animals from the ocean are here to admire. The shows are carried out to the last detail. The biggest crowd puller is still the killer whale show. The park has a number of attractions to do as the Wild Artic Ride where you by means of a flight simulator through the landscapes of the Arctic Circle flies. Or take a ride in the Manta coaster. Is’t even possible to have interaction with animals as a Beluga whale or dolphins.
4. Fashion Valley Mall
Fashion Valley is a paradise for fashionista’s. This open air shopping centers has more than two hundred (fashion) shops, several restaurants, a cinema and a number of department stores.
5. Gaslamp Quarter
This is the place to be a night. Here is the nightlife of San Diego. YOu can find here a lot of shops, restaurants, bars and clubs.
6. Little Italy
A cute little place with markets, antique shops, restaurants and boutique shops.
7. Westfield Horton Plaza
Thanks to its playful architectural style, use of colour and design you can not mis this mall. The location has always been an important part of San Diego. Here formed the heart of the city centre. Around 1985, the become a shopping centre. Now today there are many modern shops, eateries and cinema.
8. Old Town Trolley Tours
It’s a bus what will bring you to eleven places in San Diego. Actually the same like a hop-on, Hop-of bus. With this you can see a lot of places in one day.
9. Torrey Pines State Reserve
In the North of San Diego is a breathtaking piece of nature park. The irregular coast with rugged cliffs in this Torrey Pines State Reserve park is regularly witness the most beautiful sunset, with the colors in the surroundings change quickly. Once in a while is it even possible for a passing whale watching. In the Torrey Pines State Reserve are several hiking trails to follow and you can even overnight at a local hotel. You can find the beaches near Torrey Pines State Beach and Black’s Beach.
10 .San Diego California Temple
Situated near the upscale community of La Jolla in San Diego, the striking double towers of the San Diego California Temple soar above I-5 in heavily populated Southern California. Connecting the towers at the center is a supernal star-shaped atrium filled with a healthy, colorful garden. The atrium is accessed from the breathtaking two-story Celestial Room filled with towering art glass, suspended light fixtures, and featuring a grand staircase to an upper-level balcony. The public is invited to tour the manicured temple grounds and a visitors’ center honoring the San Diego Mormon Battalion located 10 miles south of the temple in Old Town San Diego
11. Tijuana, Mexico
A city in Baja California which is adjacent to the U.S. border. Also called “the corner of Mexico,” It will takes you 30 minutes with the Trolley to go to Tijuana.