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    San Diego Wild Animal Park vs Sea World
    San Diego Wild Animal Park vs Sea World
    Sea World One of the biggest and most attractive features to San Diego is Sea World. Sea World is one of the most popular amusement parks and also happens to be one of the main reasons behind tourists. Anyone who visits San Diego has the intentions to visit Sea World - or at least they should. Being famous for Shamu the killer whale, Sea World has the ability to entertain kids and adults for hours. There are many different animal shows here as well, along with other amusement park thrills. While Shamu is a must see, there are other animals…
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    Picture Perfect: La Jolla, San Diego
    Picture Perfect: La Jolla, San Diego
    A sparkling jewel of San Diego, the La Jolla area is a picture perfect post card with several beaches along more than seven miles of coast against an array of rolling hills known as Mount Soledad. Being a part of San Diego, La Jolla is only 15 minutes from the downtown district. Along with beautiful scenery, the area also offers many fine restaurants, art galleries, hotels and resorts, and many other attractions such as the Scripps Institution of Oceanography. The Birch Aquarium is also a part of La Jolla, giving you the chance to enter the exciting world of sharks,…
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    The Major Attractions In San Diego
    Visiting San Diego? Then you are in for a great vacation and adventure. San Diego is a very diverse and interesting city so you will never run out of things to do during your stay. Balboa Park Balboa Park is America’s largest urban cultural park. It contains diversified museums ranging from horticultural to astronomical. The place is home to Botanical Building’s sublime lily pond, El Prado etc. Balboa Park is also home to Children’s Museum, and the Fleet Science Center. Sea World Sea wWorld is home to the famous killer whale named Shamu and several other stunning marine animals. Watch…

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