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    Question Top five San Diego things to do

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    I'm going to be coming out to San Diego in June to visit DH. I will only be there for a few days and have a newborn. I'm really wanting to see everything that I possibly can while I'm there as I've never been out there. Any suggestions?
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    Sea World
    The Zoo
    Seaport Village

    Those are my three favorite places in SD!
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    Wild Animal Park (a little bit north, but worth it!!)
    Sea World
    The Zoo
    Old Town
    Point Loma (the park and tidepools)
    Seaport Village
    Gaslamp (at night!)
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    Wild Animal Park for sure (everyone friendly)
    The museums at Balboa (stroller friendly)
    Sea World (a smidgen over rated, but newborn friendly)
    Any Farmers market. They have one a day (not exactly stroller friendly)
    ummmmmmm
    The Zoo
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    Balboa Park (all the museams, some are free on tuesdays!))
    Zoo (in Balboa Park, get your tickets on base)
    Coronado (the beach on North Island is beautiful and not TOO crowded)
    Seaport Village (parking is free is you purchase something out there)
    Go see the Seals in La Jolla and then go to the Aquirium
    Seaworld is cool and yall can get in for free!
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    INCAHOOTS..lol okay only cause I work there.
    What about Horton Plaza. The beach of course!
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    Harbor cruise (if you can find a sitter)
    Sea World
    Zoo
    Wild Animal park
    Walk the beach
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    There is Old Town, lots of great Mexican food restaurants and an old hacienda to explore.
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    I agree with the other ladies.

    Sea World
    The Zoo
    Seaport Village
    Old Town
    La Jolla
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    The zoo and the beach!
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