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    Coronado Food & History Walking Tour

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    Give your taste buds a proper tour of Coronado on this 3 hour walking adventure that will take you to some of the best eateries and wine tasting spots in the city. Your tour guide will fill you in on all the fun facts of Coronado's past and present as you take in the beautiful architecture, culture, and nutrition that makes up this stunning destination. See popular spots as well as those off the beaten path as you make your way through the neighborhoods and stop to taste the best in local food and drink. Inspire all your senses with this unique tour experience.
    Coronado Food & History Walking Tour

    1715 Strand Way, Coronado

    • Taste distinctive foods and wines while touring the magnificent neighborhoods of Coronado
    • Learn about Coronado's history through unique topics such as nutrition, culture, and architecture
    • Discover little known facts about the city as you indulge in a savory sensory experience
    • See the sights and get a taste of the Coronado culinary scene
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    Gaslamp Ghosts Walking Tour

    Take caution: this tour is not for the weak of heart! Uncover the Gaslamp's haunted history with the historian of the Davis House, Sandee Wilhoit. As you walk, Sandee will recount ghostly happenings of the past... and of the present. You'll visit hotels, saloons, brothels, and a long-ago funeral parlor -- all places bound to be ripe with spirits. You'll then end your tour inside the Gaslamp's most haunted edifice -- the William Heath Davis House. What'll happen inside that house? There's only one way to find out.
    Gaslamp Ghosts Walking Tour

    410 Island Ave, San Diego

    • Enjoy a walking tour of the Gaslamp Quarter... with a dark twist
    • Look for ghosts in old buildings like saloons, brothels, and a long-ago funeral parlor
    • Learn about the spirited history of San Diego from your historian tour guide, Sandee Wilhoit
    • End your tour in the most haunted building in the Gaslamp -- the William Heath Davis House
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    Brothels, Bites and Booze Tour of The Gaslamp Quarter

    The Brothels, Bites and Booze culinary tour of San Diego's historic Gaslamp Quarter will take you back to a time of scandal and debauchery. Marvel at the antique architecture, learn about the early red light district, and sample fabulous food and drinks at five of the most quintessential restaurants in San Diego. Often called the Historic Heart of San Diego, the Gaslamp Quarter is the main dining and entertainment district of the city. With more than 150 bars and restaurants and 94 registered historic buildings, this nightlife playground has a lot for you to see and do, as well as a fascinating past. Often called the Historic Heart of San Diego, the Gaslamp Quarter is the main dining and entertainment district of the city. With more than 150 bars and restaurants and 94 registered historic buildings, this nightlife playground has a lot to see and do, as well as a fascinating past.

    The Brothels, Bites and Booze tour will introduce you to the beginnings of San Diego as a port town - learn why it became one of the more notorious red light districts of its time, and find out how this once-undesired neighborhood became a fun and vibrant nightlife destination for both locals and visitors.

    After meeting your guide, you'll embark on a journey of scandalous tales, unique cocktails and local cuisine. On the tour, you'll make new friends, hear interesting stories, sing karaoke and explore new tastes at local restaurants*.

    *Restaurants are not guaranteed and are subject to availability. Restaurants visited include: Tin Fish, Meze Café and Grill, Bolillo Tortas, Rock Bottom, Heavenly Cupcake, El Pulpo, Cremolose, Bare Back Bar and Grill and the Melting Pot
    Brothels, Bites and Booze Tour of The Gaslamp Quarter

    2220 India St, San Diego

    • Hear famous stories including the scandalous history of the Gaslamp Quarter
    • Enjoy food tastings and drink samples at various quintessential restaurants
    • See where the early "women of the night"worked, among other iconic locations
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    Tequila, Tacos and Tombstones Culinary Tour

    Tequila and tacos, and tombstones-- oh my! This unique culinary tour offers you the chance to sample some of the finest cuisine in San Diego's Old Town! Old Town is considered by some to be haunted, so grab a friend's hand if you get spooked while walking past El Campo Santo Cemetery and the Whaley House (officially designated as a haunted house by the US government). While you explore this historic district, the site of the first European settlers in California, you'll sample delicious libations and get a taste of some of the district's 25 restaurants. If you love authentic Mexican cuisine, or American history, Old Town won't disappoint! The Tequila, Tacos and Tombstones tour lets you walk on the ghoulish side of San Diego - the Old Town district, also known as the "Birthplace of California," is one of San Diego's most fun and interesting neighborhoods. It's also considered by some to be haunted, so grab a friend's hand if you get spooked while walking past El Campo Santo Cemetery and the Whaley House (officially designated as a haunted house by the US government). Old Town is also home to original adobe homes from the early 19th century.

    As you're exploring Old Town, you'll taste authentic Mexican cuisine and enjoy small samples of tequila and cocktails, so come hungry; by the end of the tour you'll have had the equivalent of a full meal.

    A wonderful way to spend an evening in San Diego, this culinary walking tour will dazzle your taste buds, titillate your sixth sense and appeal to your sense of adventure - plus you can brush up on your California history.
    Tequila, Tacos and Tombstones Culinary Tour

    Old Town, San Diego

    • Taste your way through San Diego's Old Town district on a culinary walking tour
    • Explore the "Birthplace of California," and haunted locations such as the Whaley House
    • Enjoy sampling cuisine from some of San Diego's tastiest restaurants
    • Hear entertaining facts and ghostly tales of Old Town's historic past from your guide
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    GoCar (San Diego Harbor and Gaslamp Quarter)

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    Are you wondering how you are going to see everything this city has to offer in just one trip? Well, if there was ever a right way to do it, it is in a GoCar! A GoCar is a zippy two-seater that is fun and easy to drive. It is not only capable of GPS navigation, telling you when to turn, but will also tell you stories the whole way to make it a guided learning experience! What better way is there than a GoCar to take in Downtown San Diego and the Gaslamp Quarter of San Diego?
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    GoCar (San Diego Harbor and Gaslamp Quarter)

    3918 Mason St, San Diego

    • Turn heads as you take a tour of Downtown San Diego and the Gaslamp Quarter in a zippy GoCar
    • Easy to drive and GPS-guided, but it doesn't just tell you where to turn it also tells you stories that bring the city to life
    • Start off from Little Italy and drive past the maritime history museum, the USS Midway, and into the Seaport Village
    • Drive on past Horton Plaza with a quick loop around the Home of San Diego Padres and on to the Gaslamp Quarter.
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    Gaslamp Historical Walking Tour

    Open up a window to San Diego's past as you embark on this walking tour of the Gaslamp Quarter. You'll learn the history of the William Heath Davis house built in 1850 and now known as the most haunted house of the Gaslamp district. You'll also visit architecturally significant structures of the period -- Old City Hall (1874), the Keating Building (1890), and the Louis Bank of Commerce (1888). Listen to fascinating stories of the people and the characters that shaped the destiny of San Diego, from William Heath Davis himself, to Alonzo Horton, who finished the building of "New Town." Discover a new appreciation for the rich cultural heritage of this city!
    Gaslamp Historical Walking Tour

    410 Island Ave, San Diego

    • Develop a new appreciation for San Diego's rich cultural heritage as you walk through the Gaslamp
    • Learn about the owners and builders of the buildings comprising the Gaslamp Quarter
    • Take pictures of incredible architecture, from Old City Hall to the Louis Bank of Commerce
    • Discover new parts of the Gaslamp Quarter you have not seen before
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    La Jolla Segway Tour

    Explore the stunning seaside neighborhood of La Jolla in San Diego on this morning or afternoon Segway tour. See top La Jolla attractions including Windansea Beach, Sunny Jim's Cave and Children's Pool Beach as your knowledgeable guide shares the history and culture of this affluent enclave. Admire gorgeous homes and upscale shops on this tour that allows you to cover much more ground than walking in a fun, novel way. Don't forget to stop for photos of sensational coastal vistas along your way!

    Your scenery-packed Segway tour of San Diego's La Jolla neighborhood begins at Ellen Browning Scripps Park, named after a wealthy journalist and philanthropist who funded many historic area buildings. After a safety briefing, hop aboard your Segway and learn the ins and outs of operating this convenient personal transport vehicle. Once you're comfortable, set out to explore the hilly, oceanfront community of La Jolla -- nicknamed 'The Jewel of San Diego.'

    Cruise past Windansea Beach -- a favorite with surfers -- and La Jolla Cove, popular with kayakers, snorkelers and divers. Delight in spotting adorable seals and sea lions at Children's Pool Beach.

    Ride past Sunny Jim Cave, a large sea cave that was visited by Frank Baum, author of The Wizard of Oz. Admire lavish homes and breathtaking ocean views in Bird Rock, and check out the charming boutiques and galleries of La Jolla's shopping districts.

    Throughout your tour, your guide will talk about the sights you see and the history of La Jolla. Enjoy complimentary bottled water and chips, and stop for photos of sensational coastal vistas along your way. Finish your 3-hour morning or afternoon tour back at Ellen Browning Scripps Park.

    La Jolla Segway Tour

    Scripps Park, San Diego

    • Experience the beautiful San Diego neighborhood of La Jolla on a guided Segway tour
    • Delight in spectacular views of the Pacific Ocean as you cruise through this wealthy, scenic community
    • See top La Jolla attractions including Children's Pool Beach, Windansea Beach and Sunny Jim's Cave
    • Admire La Jolla's multi-million-dollar homes, and glide through its fashionable shopping districts
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    Gaslamp Culture History Tour

    Open up a window to San Diego's past as you embark on this walking tour of the Gaslamp Quarter. You'll learn the history of the William Heath Davis house built in 1850 and now known as the most haunted house of the Gaslamp district. Compare the historic stories you hear about this building with its present standing -- a couple ghost stories or two may send chill down your spine! Listen to fascinating stories of the people and the characters that shaped the destiny of San Diego, from William Heath Davis himself, to Alonzo Horton, who finished the building of "New Town." Discover a new appreciation for the rich cultural heritage of this city!
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    Gaslamp Culture History Tour

    410 Island Ave, San Diego

    • Discover the rich history of the Gaslamp through a walking cultural tour
    • Learn about the owners and builders of the neighborhood from a by-gone era
    • Take pictures of the Romanesque-style architecture, the bustling crowds, and variety of restaurants
    • Develop a new appreciation for the rich cultural heritage of San Diego
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    La Jolla Food Tasting and Walking Tour

    The Spanish named it "the Jewel," and as one of San Diego's most exclusive neighborhoods, the area's preciousness still stands. You might wonder how you can even afford to visit this popular attraction, let alone find some place to eat...until you discover this tour, which lets you affordably eat your way through this town, one bite at a time! On this tour, you'll visit five local La Jolla restaurants, offering a variety of food from San Diego pancakes to English recipes to Hawaiian BBQ. Along the way, hear from your guide about La Jolla's history, from the decades Dr. Seuss made the town his home, to the days when the Native Americans called this area "the hole in the mountain." You don't need to empty your wallet to taste what this incredible neighborhood has to offer- you can just go on the tour!
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    La Jolla Food Tasting and Walking Tour

    La Jolla Blvd, La Jolla

    • Take an affordable culinary stroll through one of San Diego's most exclusive neighborhoods
    • Visit five restaurants and sample a unique variety of cuisines
    • Find some fun new places to take your friends
    • Learn the history of this remarkable place, former home to Dr. Seuss and the historic Scripps family
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    Brothels, Bites, & Booze: San Diego Culinary Tour

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    San Diego has a lot of history, and as a Navy town you can imagine some of it is quite colorful. This 2.5-hour walking tour through the Gaslamp Quarter will take you through some of these stories from when it was the Stingaree District. You'll visit eateries like J Six and Ciro's Pizzeria and sample their wares- ranging from the hearty to the sweet as well as some craft breweries and cocktail bars. As you eat and drink your way through the historical quarter, your knowledgeable guide will tell you of the scandals and the crazy stories only a wild part of town can create. So get ready to get your ears burning and enjoy some of San Diego's tastiest treats!
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    Brothels, Bites, & Booze: San Diego Culinary Tour

    2220 India St, San Diego

    • Learn about Gaslamp history while sampling culinary treats on this walking tour
    • Wander through what once was San Diego's most seedy part of town
    • Sample the excellent food and drink from the restaurants that replaced the brothels
    • After the tour you'll be wiser, as well as full and tipsy
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