Hey little band, this 2024 I have gone to San Diego California twice so I want to tell you my favorite places to visit, to stay and of course to eat.

How to get to San Diego from Mexico?

Fly to Tijuana and book the Cross Border Xpress (CBX) which is an easy, fast and economical way to cross into San Diego on foot. Obviously they need a valid passport and visa, and if they plan to leave San Diego, they will also have to pay for the I-94 permit.

Once in San Diego you can rent a car or hire the new CBX personalized transportation service called Wheels and will take you directly to your hotel.

Where to Stay?

The hotel The Lafayette It is a fascinating place that transports you to different eras, and where the furniture, textures and colors reign supreme.

It has a diner themed in the 40s “Beginners Diner” and they recently opened a game room “The Gutter” to have drinks while having fun.

Another option is Tower23 Hotelis a boutique hotel near La Jolla, where they lend you bikes to go around the coast full of Californian surfers

What to visit?

Dedicate a whole morning to Balboa Park, is a huge complex with museums, gardens, restaurants and more. Visit its Japanese garden, the San Diego Museum of Art and the Museum of Us where you can take the historical tour and go up to its observation deck.

Walk through it Seaport Village and then head to the docks to take a ferry across to Coronado at sunset.

Have fun like children Belmont Park an amusement park with a legendary wooden roller coaster, although unfortunately it was closed for renovation.

Watch the sunset at Sunset Cliffs one of the best places to see sunsets in San Diego.

Take a guided tour with La Jolla Kayakask for Chance Lacey who will talk to you about the history of La Jolla, its biodiversity and you can enter a cave.

Walk along La Jollamy favorite places to see local wildlife – especially seals, pelicans, and cormorants – are Children’s Pool, Boomer Beach, and La Jolla Cove.

Tour the Logan Neighborhood and its emblematic Chicano Park full of murals and street art that represent the Mexican and Latino community of San Diego.

Explore the Wndr Museum (Wonder Museum) is an interactive center that completely changes the way we experience museums through light installations and games.

Go to the emblematic San Diego Zoo whose main mission is the conservation of species, and if you can, visit the shelter for rescued elephants.

Drive the SD Speed ​​Boats at full speed and travel at high speed along the Californian coast.

Episodes of Fudis around the World?

Dine at Bar Kindred. The place combines metal and mysticism with style. What I ate was delicious, almost the entire menu is vegetarian and the drinks are also unmissable.

Go for some drinks at About Mothership It has a space and science fiction atmosphere with tropical touches, and with drinks, literally, from another planet.

Have some craft beers at Mike Hess Brewing and order the quesabirria which is brutal.

I don’t think so Mermaid at the Hotel Coronado, everything exquisite and a special recognition to the wine selection.

Try the new Italian restaurant Hi Elvira and ask about the pasta of the day. Exquisite!

Have lunch at George’s At The Cove in La Jolla. Their shrimp linguine, delicious! and the view of the ocean is spectacular.

If you like wine, do a tasting at Pali Wine Co. I tried 5 vinazos that I loved.

Book an evening at Herb and Wood which is Californian cuisine with Mediterranean touches, it fascinated me!

Eat a delicious Tijuana-style hotdog at Barrio Dogg in Barrio Logan, and a prepared michelada.

Other restaurants that I loved were the delicious Italian food at Catch Garibaldithe delicious Mediterranean dinner of Callieand the fantastic drinks at the speakeasy bar Raised by Wolves which you access through a chimney.

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