Visited the city with friends to spend some time on their boat. Picturesque view of the surroundings from water.
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We spent an afternoon wandering the boardwalk, park and shops. Had a nice plate of nachos and a margarita, Brought a blanket and took a short nap in the park. This area could easily take an entire day to see. Watch out for the PARKING...More
Whether you want to exercise in the morning or have a leisure walk in the evening this is an excellent place to be. There are many things to see and take pictures. And if you get hungry, there are many places to get a snack.
The waterfront at Big Bay Embarcadero in San Diego is a remarkable showcase of San Diego's significant role during the war and its ramifications in the lives affected by it. At the Maritime Museum which is its highlight are ships - warships, battleships at berth,...More
Enjoyed the afternoon at the park. Weather was perfect considering I live in the Inland Empire. I will definitely return and enjoy Seaport Village and the Cheesecake Factory.
I can remember when this area was a total pain to park in or at, and was filled with homeless... The city has done such a great job in improving and cleaning up the area. There are some very well kept restrooms and security through...More
We really enjoyed a relaxed stroll along the waterfront. You can walk a long way if you want. We started near the Hilton and walked past the USS midway. Be warned coffee shops charge a premium for the nice location. Brewed coffee $3+ even "to...More
Take a break from the hustle and bustle of the Gaslamp to enjoy a quiet walk. Sunset was especially nice along the water and if you're lucky you might even see a dolphin!
The stairs from the Convention Center provide the most festive entrance to Embarcadero Parks South and North. Embarcadero extends into the Bay and surrounds the beautiful Marriott Marquis Marina. The views in the Embarcadero Park are truly amazing. San Diego seen from Embarcadero is very...More