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San Diego, CA Weekend  
Animals, Heritage & Fun

40's - 50's and 60's + Singles Vacation
February 23 - February 27, 2022
$1550*
San Diego, nicknamed America’s Finest City is famous for its beaches, zoo, strong Spanish and Indigenous culture, and sunny weather year-round. Join our fun group of singles as we visit the famous San Diego Zoo, the USS Midway, an aircraft-carrier-turned-museum and enjoy a morning of Whale Watching. Stroll through Old Town Historic Park, a recreation of California life between 1821 and 1872 and the Seaport Village, a waterfront shopping complex on this wonderful weekend getaway.

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San Diego Singles Weekend Itinerary

San DiegoVacation Day 1: Arrive San Diego, California 
Your Singles Weekend begins when you land at the San Diego, California (airport code SAN) and make your way to the group's hotel, the Embassy Suites by Hilton San Diego Bay Downtown. Check-in to your room and relax, take a swim in the pool or take a walk around downtown. Meet your Singles Host at 6:30 pm in the lobby for a meet and greet and walk to a restaurant for an optional dinner.

Vacation Day 2: Coronado - Old Town Historic Park & Heritage Park - Sea Port Village
Coronado HotelAfter breakfast we will take the Old Time Trolley over to the Old Town Historic Park, stopping at Coronado Island to visit the famous hotel on the way. 
Experience the famous Hotel Del Coronado's rich heritage through The Del’s new Ice House Museum and History Tour. We will explore the 1889 Ice House Museum and discover the behind-the-scenes history of The Del, along with its world-famous dining, recreation and legendary guests. Featuring artifacts, memorabilia, and a Marilyn Monroe selfie spot, the Museum is also where all of our history tours begin.
Old Town MarketBack on the Trolley enjoy the scenic coastal landscape while we make our way to Old Town” As we ride our conductor will tell us fascinating stories and historical trivia of San Diego.
Established in 1968, the Old Town San Diego State Historic Park is a living history museum that shows off San Diego’s early history and culture from 1820 until 1870 as it transitioned from Mexican to American rule. Dating from 1860, the blacksmith offers live re-enactments while the reconstructed Seeley Stable and Livery houses a collection of horse-drawn carriages, wagons and buggies. The Colorado House, built in 1851 was a successful Old town San Diegohotel, now the reconstructed building is the Wells Fargo Museum that displays exhibits related to mining, banking and stagecoach travel. The park contains several historic adobe structures built circa 1830 including the Casa de Estudillo, one of the oldest mansions in California. The Mormon Battalion helped construct the First Brick Courthouse, it served as town hall, the mayor’s office and a schoolhouse. The historic district not only features heritage architecture but there are also shops and restaurants offering authentic handicrafts and cuisine.
Heritage ParkBefore we leave the area, we'll walk over to Heritage Park, to see examples of San Diego's historic Victorian architecture. The properties were all relocated from their original locations. Visit an 1880s working-class people's cottage without the amenities of gas, electricity, water, or sewer and San Diego’s first synagogue, which reflects the church styles of the late 1800s.
Then we board the Old Town Trolley and finish our loop of San Diego as we head back to the Embassy Suites. 
Tonight we will wallk over to the Seaport Village, a 14 acre waterfront shopping, dining and entertainment complex recreating a harbor side setting of a century ago. Enjoy time for shopping before dinner at one of the many restaurants.

Vacation Day 3:  Whale Watching - US Midway - Gaslamp District
whale watchingToday we spend the day on or near the water of the San Diego Bay, one of the best destinations to whale watch. This morning we embark on a whale-watching cruise along the California Coast, where we will likely see seals, seabirds, sea lions, and dolphins. While cruising listen to interesting facts about the whales, their migratory patterns, their ocean habitat, and other ocean species. Keep your eyes peeled for the grey whales, we might catch a glimpse of them or if we are real lucky, jumping up and making a big splash. Gray Whales migrate winter to spring from feeding grounds in Alaskan waters to calving lagoons in Baja California.
Lunch break time at Portside Pier. Enjoy fresh seafood, authentic Mexican flavors, pub fare, coffee, and gelato—all with a stunning 360° view of the San Diego Bay.
Midway MuseumThis afternoon we take a trip through American naval history at the USS Midway Museum. This enormous ship, known as the longest-serving aircraft carrier of the 20th century, now offers a range of interactive exhibits, a self-guided audio tour and numerous restored aircraft across its 4-acre flight deck and sections below. This marvel of engineering once housed more than 4,500 crew members across its various decks, and served in the US Navy between 1945 and 1992. Enjoy the audio tour, told through the stories of the ship’s former officers and sailors, visit some of the 65 highlighted locations throughout the vessel, covering its bridge to its engine Gaslamp Nightroom and explore the ship’s restored living quarters, including the galleys, sleeping quarters and officer’s country. There’s also 25 restored aircraft lining its deck and a range of interactive exhibits.
Tonight we walk to the Gaslamp District, known for its nightlife for dinner (not included) and lots and lots of fun. Rising from 16 square-blocks, the historic Gaslamp Quarter has Victorian-era buildings and modern skyscrapers side by side, housing more than 100 of the city's finest restaurants, pubs, nightclubs and retails shops.

 

Vacation Day 4: Balboa Park - Zoo - Farewell Dinner
Elephants zooToday is all about animals and nature at the Balboa Park, home to more than 16 museums, performing arts venues, lovely gardens, trails plus the San Diego Zoo.. After breakfast it's our opportunity to ride the local bus 5 stops from the San Diego Depot into the heart of Balboa Park.
Since the animals are the livliest in the morning, the Zoo will be our first stop. The world famous San Diego Zoo is a non-profit wildlife sanctuary home to more than 3,500 rare and endangered animals representing more than 650 species and subspecies—including koalas, koala zoopolar bears, penguins, gorillas, and more—with up-close encounters and a wild and fun atmosphere. We start with the 35-minute Guided Bus Tour that wil give us an overview of the Zoo and acquaint us with the various areas we would like to spend more time at. The Zoo's unique animal habitats include Elephant Odyssey, the Australian Outback, Monkey Trails, and Polar Bear Plunge. The zoo is famous for its breeding colony of koalas, the largest one outside of Australia. The koalas thrive mainly because their sole food, eucalyptus, grows abundantly on the zoo grounds. The zoo also maintains successful breeding groups of gorillas, tigers, giraffes, hippopotamuses, pygmy chimpanzees, Galapagos tortoises, and a wide variety of other animals. Its many notable exhibits include Polar Bear zoowalk-through tropical rainforests, aviaries, a polar bear habitat with a chilled pool, an Asian river environment featuring tigers, and gorillas and Malayan sun bears in simulated natural habitats.
We will meet up for lunch before we exit the Zoo for a few hours of free time to explore Balboa Park. The Park is made up of more than 1,000 acres and offers 15 museums, various gardens, arts and international culture associations. All this makes it a place that offers something historical, horticultural, educational and recreational for everyone. With so much to choose from your afternoon will fly by.
balboa parkStart off with an old favorite, the Balboa Park Carousel. Did you know this is one of a handful of carousels in the U.S. that includes the traditional brass ring game? Take a ride and try your skill by reaching out to grab the ring! The Balboa Park Visitors Center, located in the House of Hospitality in the Plaza de Panama can give you the most updated information on what’s happening at all the attractions in the park. The Spanish Village isn’t an art museum, but where you’ll find artists creating art that you can buy. Every object for sale here has been created by the local artists you’ll meet working in their studios. The Botanical Building, Timken & Gem Society museums are free to enter plus 16 out of the 17 gardens are all free to enter.
After a lovely day in nature we bus back to our hotel to relax and change for dinner. Tonight's farewell dinner will be at a local Seafood Restaurant. 

 

Vacation Day 5: Depart San Diego, California
Time for breakfast before our wonderful weekend in San Diego, CA has comes to an end. Make your way to the airport according to your individual flight schedules and have a safe flight home!

San Diego Weekend 

  
February 23 - February 27, 2022


Price: $1550

 

San Diego Singles Weekend Includes

* 4 Nights Accommodations
* Breakfast Daily -  2 Dinners
* Tours & Activities listed above
* Singles Weekend Host
* All Taxes and Surcharges

 

Free roommate matching is available on all our trips, so there is never a need to pay a "single supplement". If you wish to room alone, it is an additional $750.

 

Not Included
* Airfare
* Airport transfers
* Gratuities

  
Deposit $300
Balance Due - November 23, 2021  

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