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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!
    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 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

    Gaslamp District, 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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    Brothels, Bites, & Booze: San Diego Culinary Tour

    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!
    Brothels, Bites, & Booze: San Diego Culinary Tour

    209 5th Ave, 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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    Amazing Scavenger Hunt Temecula

    A 1.5-hour, 0.75-mile scavenger hunt -- think you can hang? Begin your scavenger hunt in the heart of Old Town where you’ll embark on your adventure! Complete your challenges as you pass some of the most iconic places, including Sam Hick’s Monument and Temecula Museum. Plus, get easy directions using the Quest route on your phone! There’s truly no better way to see Temecula. Needless to say, this is one scavenger hunt that everyone walks away from as a winner.
    Amazing Scavenger Hunt Temecula

    Visitor Center 28690 Mercedes St. , Temecula

    • Make your way through this invigorating scavenger hunt in Temecula!
    • Take in the beautiful views as you travel through this great city
    • Compete with friends or roll solo to solve 12 challenges in 1.5 hours!
    • Leave with scenic photos, awesome selfies, and warm memories
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    Brewery Walking Tour

    With more than 30 breweries in San Diego County, San Diego is one of America’s best destinations for craft beer. Begin your walking tour of downtown San Diego with a stroll to Karl Strass brewery, known for its local IPAs. You'll enjoy a beer-tasting with a quick explanation of the plant and brewing process. Next you'll see sights of downtown San Diego as you continue to Rock Bottom Brewery for a quick taste of their various brews, and then you’ll head to the Yard House to see 50 different selections of beer on tap and sample a few! The tour continues to a popular downtown hangout, the Beer Co, where you can taste more hand-crafted brew. You’ll then end the tour at Altitude, a fun rooftop bar.
    Brewery Walking Tour

    Downtown, San Diego

    • Discover some of San Diego’s finest brews on this guided walking tour
    • Follow your expert guide to sample craft beer at some of the city’s most notable breweries
    • Learn about the brewing process from hop harvesting to the delicious finished product
    • Develop a deeper appreciation for beer than you ever thought possible
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    NTC Liberty Station Food Tasting and Walking Tour

    Atten...TION!...ahem. You don’t have to be a soldier to enjoy the Naval Training Center (NTC) at Liberty Station. Explore the NTC - one of San Diego’s oldest former military bases - and location of such movies as Top Gun and Battle Cry. Now open to the public, the NTC is thriving with great local destinations, including art studios, green parks, and dozens of restaurants. Want to try out some of those restaurants? On this tour you’ll scratch the surface with five of them, sampling a wide array of grub, from 1950’s diner food to organic, locally sourced Italian food from the Solare Ristorante, winner of San Diego Magazine’s 2014 “Best Chef” & “Best Italian Restaurant.” Along the way, learn about the base’s rich history, find out what makes the USS Recruit so unique, see how the military barracks are being used today, and more! So discover the fascinating past and delicious eats that the NTC at Liberty Station has to offer!
    NTC Liberty Station Food Tasting and Walking Tour

    NTC Liberty Station, San Diego

    • Discover the culinary gems located in one of San Diego’s oldest military bases
    • Visit five local restaurants, and sample the areas international teas and chocolates, Italian wines, freshly made pasta, and more, all while learning about the base’s remarkable history
    • Find some great new places to bring your friends
    • Decide for yourself just how well a military base can be repurposed as an open-to-the-public, artistic, culinary destination
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