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     Despite having everything you would expect to find in any metropolis, San Diego maintains a resort feel.

     It could be the climate, the theme parks, such as SeaWorld, LEGOLAND, and the famed San Diego Zoo, or it could just be an attitude. In San Diego, the second largest city in California, its hard to pinpoint.

     And maybe it is best not to ask what makes this city special and simply accept San Diego is a vacationers' paradise.

     Second in California to Los Angeles in terms of size, the pace of life here couldn't be more different.

     From endless sun drenched sandy beaches to world-class art, culture, shopping and food, can help you get there.
At you can find hotels in San Diego at exclusively lower prices than hotel rack rates. has detailed information on San Diego hotels, including photos, maps, and secure reservation forms to get you into San Diego accommodation as quickly as possible. Whatever your budget from cheap Miami hotels to luxury.

     About two and a half hours drive south of Los Angeles, San Diego is a city with multiple faces.

     From great food in the suburb of Del Mar to the range of boutiques in La Jolla; from the authentic European charm of Little Italy to the downtown Gaslamp Quarter, San Diego has plenty to offer.

San Diego's top-attractions include;

- Belmont Park, San Diego's only beachfront amusement center, the home of the historic Giant Dipper rollercoaster dating back to 1925.

- Birch Aquarium at Scripps, which features Pacific marine life in 60 habitats

- Knott's Berry Farm, which features 165 world-class rides, live shows and wild attractions

- Museum of Contemporary Art - Downtown

- The Gaslamp Quarter Walking Tour, highlights many of the best Victorian style commercial buildings constructed in San Diego between the Civil War and World War I

     First established in 1769 as a Spanish mission, the area that includes modern San Diego had been inhabited for more than 10,000 years by the Kumeyaay people. Following the Mexican-American War and an influx of men during the gold rush of 1848, California and San Diego became part of the United States. This marked the first time San Diego was officially designated a city.

     San Diego is the perfect destination even for a short term stay and provides you with a broad hotel database of accommodation on offer.

     If you are on business, look at San Diego hotels in Downtown business area. Meanwhile, leisure travelers will appreciate San Diego accommodation in Balboa Park-Hillcrest district or historic Old Town. To save money book early at

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