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San Diego California The City That Never Sleeps

Mar 14

San Diego is the eighth-largest city in the United States and the second largest city in California. It is situated on the coast of the Pacific Ocean, immediately adjacent to the Mexican border. The city has a mild climate year-round with average temperatures around 70 degrees Fahrenheit.

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The area is inhabited by diverse indigenous groups, including the Kumeyaay tribe. These tribes dominated most of what is now San Diego County until the arrival of the Spanish in the 1500s.

They built villages in which they grew their own crops, hunted and fished the region's abundant fish and shellfish and created a culture that still largely persists today. Many examples of their pottery, weaving and village life exist throughout the region.

In 1542, Juan Rodriguez Cabrillo and his crew landed on what is now known as San Diego Bay and named the land Alta California (Upper California). Though there were no signs of European settlement in the area at that time, a fort was built in 1769, which gradually expanded into a permanent Spanish settlement under the guidance of Father Junipero Serra.

During the next 200 years, the city continued to grow rapidly. The population increased from 50,000 in 1850 to over 1.3 million in 2000. The city is now a major hub for tourism, defense, aerospace technology, shipbuilding, manufacturing, international trade and biotech.

The city's diversified economy has spawned numerous start-up incubators and world-class universities, such as UCSD. These have helped shift the economic focus from industrial to a more technology-based base.

As a result, the city has been ranked one of the most business-friendly cities in America. It has a strong entrepreneurial culture and is home to the headquarters of several large companies, such as Apple Inc. and Qualcomm, as well as a number of small and medium-sized businesses.

Its rich cultural heritage and long tradition of hospitality are reflected in the quality of its museums, art galleries and parks. Its diverse neighborhoods are also a draw for visitors.

There is no shortage of outdoor activities, from surfing to biking and jogging. There is also a range of restaurants offering fresh and tasty foods from around the world.

Whether you are looking for a fun family day or just a romantic escape, there is something for everyone in San Diego. Some of the top places to visit include LEGOLAND California, SeaWorld San Diego and The New Children's Museum.

Some of the best restaurants in San Diego serve up fresh and delicious meals using local ingredients. This is a city with a bounty of produce and seafood, and chefs are continually outdoing themselves in their creativity and mastery of cooking with these local delicacies.

The culinary scene in San Diego has become increasingly diverse and exciting over the past few years. From design-centric farm-to-table spots to convivial pizza joints, the region's newest eateries are a riot of flavor.

There are plenty of opportunities to get out and explore during your stay in the midst of the city's buzzing downtown, which is just blocks away from the hotel. It's also easy to spend the afternoon at one of the beaches nearby or simply relax in a hot tub and watch the sun set over the bay.