Take a walk on OB pier and watch the locals surf. You cant leave San diego without catching sunset cliff's sunset.
ocean beach with it's unique Newport avenue is worth a visit. it's got a hippie flair, laid back and great for people watching. dog beach is also fun down there if you like watching dogs.
Great laid back beach community. I recommend ride share if you can, as parking can be difficult.
Ocean Beach & Point Loma · Go to the OB pier, hang by the beach and visit the many shops, restaurants, and bars in the area on Newport street · Check out the Ocean beach tide pools to the south of the pier and walk around the cliff pathway · Visit and walk around Sunset Cliffs…
Stroll down Newport Avenue, people watch, grab a bite, keep going & walk the pier, walk subset cliffs & nestle you feet in the sand as the stress melts away.
“This quaint little beach town is loaded with great places to eat and boutique shops. ”
Theme Park Ride / Attraction
“Balboa Park is a historic urban cultural park. In addition to open space areas, natural vegetation zones, green belts, gardens, and walking paths, it contains museums and several theaters. There are also many recreational facilities and several gift shops and restaurants within the boundaries of the park. The park's site is one of the oldest in the U.S. dedicated to public recreational use.”
“Some of the best wings I have ever had. They bake them / fry them / grill them... To perfection”
“Hillcrest is only a couple mins away and is the center of San Diego’s LGBTQ scene. University Avenue is lined with restaurants serving global cuisines like Vietnamese, Himalayan and Thai, while the mix of cafes, brunch spots and second-hand clothes shops on Fifth Avenue make it a popular weekend destination. The weekly Hillcrest Farmers Market sells produce, flowers and cooked food.”