This handbook for exploring San Diego and Mexico's adjacent border cities gives parents complete information on places and activities the whole family can enjoy together. Provided are tips and insight that will make visiting San Diego's world-famous sites, such as the San Diego Zoo and Sea World, more enjoyable, as well as information about hot spots and little-known treasure sites, like the hot springs at the beach, the grassroots Surf Museum, and funky vintage stores known only to locals. The best places to hike, bike, golf, and surf with children are revealed, and music, art, and cultural attractions are discussed. Included are driving directions, admission costs, hours of operation, suggestions of where to eat and where to shop, special items of interest and great advice on what kids like best. Even those familiar with San Diego will find new and interesting adventures in this guide -- experiences that entertain and educate children of all ages and make parenting rewarding.A fast-food eatery with a no-frills where lawyers and judges have been menu... but the food is excellent and very mixing ... or sit at the boasts intimate booth seating, freestanding grotto-style private patio on the side. table seating, pool tables, and a ... The family-friendly, party atmosphere is complete with colorful pinatas and balloons that hang from the ceiling. ... On the shore of the Otay Reservoir, the ARCO Olympic Training Center that opened in 1995 seems a fitting symbol for a cityanbsp;...
|Title||:||A Parent's Guide to San Diego and Baja California|
|Publisher||:||Mars Publishing (CA) - 2003-04-01|