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One of the more popular posts from my trips is the cost of it, as it allows people to see what a similar vacation would cost them, should they take it. San Diego was the first trip that I went by plane, so the prices are more volatile, and I’ll say it not based on what …

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After last years failure in music, this year was much better, and that brings us to the third annual #Avisously giveaway. Complete the form below and submit a list of my Top 20 songs of the year. That’s right, this year has expanded to 20 songs, but you only need one correct song to have a chance of winning …

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The San Diego Padres, while not a great team in recent years, plays in the beautiful Petco Park, and a tour there should be on everyone’s list while visiting the city. The tour takes you through many aspects of the park, including: Press Box – See where all the writers, from the AP to MLB, …

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Taking a Harbor Cruise seems like a great idea in most cities. It gives you a great view of the skyline, and generally a nice look at what a city has to offer. But in the case of San Diego, save your time and money, and head to the sites themselves for better views, for …

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My final installment of the museums at Balboa Park, in addition to Natural History and the Model Railroad Museums, will be on two museums that are right next door to each other, in the corner of the park. Air & Space Museum This museum will take you in a loop around a central pavilion, going through …

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The San Diego Model Railroad Museum, located in Balboa Park, in the basement of one of the many buildings on El Prado. To me it felt like a shorter/smaller version of Northlandz, the NJ museum featured in Wired magazine last year, albeit it was 100X cleaner and with a lot more employees. They advertise as …

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Balboa Park, in the center of San Diego, is a similar expanse as the National Mall in DC, with a large park and a full array of museums and sights to be seen. With its free parking, the Park is easy to get to, and once you are done a day at the zoo, it’s …

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One thing I failed to mention in Part 1, is that while the zoo costs a pretty penny (unless you got the Go City Card), parking is free, and they have a pretty large lot, as it serves the full Balboa Park. Amongst the things I searched for online before I made the trip to …

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