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Old 1 Jun 19, 07:06 PM  
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This will sound weird of me since Iím a resident, but I like to look through San Diego guidebooks too. I have found that Fodorís San Diego and also Frommerís San Diego are consistently well done and detailed guide books. I have found both on Amazon. Lonely Planet also does a decent guide too.

Another thing I suggest doing (in addition to talking to me lol) is going to San Diegoís official tourism website and getting a copy of their free travel planning guide. You can either download a pdf copy to your computer or tablet and read it there, or request them to send you a paperback copy of the guide. That usually takes a few weeks to arrive by mail, but if youíre not in a big hurry itís nice to have something you can carry with you. The free guide from the San Diego tourism department is not as detailed and big as the other guide books I recommended, but it does a good overall job of listing much of what to do in San Diego, both big and small things. Here is where you can get a copy of the free guide: sandiego/plan/travel...-planning.aspx
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