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Walking over is another viable option, yes, and it usually has much shorter wait times than driving through. Check out the border wait times (not 100% accurate, but close enough) to see what's the best way to go when down there. Also, Otay is often the better... See More
Here are a few options: La Valencia Hotel - La Jolla is more of an upscale community with lots of boutiques right around. Hotel del Coronado - Beautiful and historic hotel. Usually a healthy amount of families... See More
Well, I may be biased, but San Diego certainly hits almost every item on your list! Beaches: Del Mar has an awesome beach in an upscale neighborhood La Jolla Shores Drive is very family friendly and close to... See More
Oh man, loaded question! There are well over 80 breweries/brew pubs in San Diego. It's practically a Mecca for good craft beer. You really don't necessarily need to visit the breweries themselves; tasting rooms and/or bars often give you a chance to try a lot of... See More
That's a pretty good looking itinerary to me. 2 days in Santa Barbara might be a bit much, but at that point it'll probably be nice to relax a bit in one place. You might be a bit rushed in general, but you'll definitely see some of the best California has to... See More
Well San Diego has no shortage of great restaurants, that's for sure. Off the top of my head, some great places for a bachelor party in the Gaslamp would be: Fogo de Chão - Brazilian meat buffet Cowboy Star Restaurant & Butcher Shop... See More
My wife and I head down to Baja quite often. If you think you'll be heading there consistently, I highly recommend applying for a Sentri pass through the US government. The cost is around $125 per person and EVERYONE in the vehicle (as well as the vehicle... See More