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Proposed San Diego itinerary

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Thoughts welcome on the nine-day itinerary below. Will be staying at a hotel with local shuttle service to Seaworld, the Zoo, Balboa Park, Old Town, and Downtown/Gaslamp District. Have researched opening days and hours for all attractions and have planned the days accordingly. Will not have a car, and that is nonnegotiable.

One day each: Seaworld, Zoo, Safari Park (this last via bus)

Three days: Balboa Park museums.

One day: trolley over and back to Mission San Diego de Alcala Church, rest of the day seeing Old Town attractions (Junipero Serra Museum, El Campo Santo, Whaley House, State Historic Park, etc.)

One day: Downtown/Gaslamp District attractions (USS Midway, Contemporary Art Museum, Chinese Historical Museum, Davis-Horton House, evening at Maritime Museum) and some walking around the area.

One day: La Jolla attractions via bus 30 (Birch Aquarium, Stuart Collection, Athenaeum)

Will go to a San Diego Padres game one evening.

Not interested in going to Tijuana. Will likely not have time for Cabrillo National Monument, Coronado, or the Fire Museum.

It doesn't look like any of the buses go to the beaches. Will probably only go to them if the hotel shuttle takes us to one in the early evening.

Many thanks.

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