ONLY in SAN DIEGO: 7 Things You Should NEVER DO!=
If you like visiting the sunny San Diego, California, there would be much information you should read to prepare yourself.
You would find that every travel blog tells you what to do when you travel. But in this article, we like to tell you what should not do, so you can be prepared for your trip.
1.One of the things each visitor needs to consider is that it is unnecessary to buy all your groceries at a store. Pick up produce, select meats and seafood, snacks and desserts at one of San Diego's many farmer's markets. As listed by USA Today, there are weekly markets in Little Italy, Hillcrest, Pacific Beach, Ocean Beach, La Jolla and Encinitas, among other areas. New this year: a Thursday market at the new Liberty Public Market in Liberty Station.
2.It is undoubted that San Diego has so much to see and is spread out over a large area, so it’s not possible to see it all in a weekend. To make the best use of your time, according to the woltersworld.com, strategize which areas of the city you are visiting each day so that you aren’t driving back and forth all over. Each area, like Coronado Island, La Jolla, the Gaslamp District and Balboa Park all have enough attractions to spend a full day.
3.Everyone loves to see the seals at La Jolla Beach, but they are wild animals. Trying to get a selfie with the seals is dangerous for tourists, and dangerous for the seals. Don’t approach them; it’s best to take photos from a distance.
4. It is not worth wasting much time in a sand chair or beach bar. Adventures abound in San Diego. Take a surf lesson, try paddleboarding or paddleboard yoga, go for a hike or try paragliding at Torrey Pines Gliderport.
|Comic-Con. Photo: LAtimes.|
5. Don't visit during Comic-Con unless you are attending the mega-event because room rates are sky-high and availability is limited. This year it's in peak vacation season: July 19-23.
6. Don't pay full price for admission to major attractions. Check their websites for discounts on tickets purchased online in advance. Browse the brochure racks in your hotel (yes, they still exist) for discounts.
7.The last thing is that you don't need to bring Alcohol or Glass to the Beach .Glass containers and alcohol are not allowed at the beach. There are plenty of beach bars you can visit for a cocktail, but that’s the only way to legally enjoy an alcoholic drink on the beach.
Overall, San Diego is a pretty safe city, but there are definitely some things to look out for. Hopefully, the checklist above would bring you with basic safety precautions to take anywhere you travel so that it’s easy to get complacent in such a beautiful, friendly city.
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