Travel to the West coast of United States
Day 13 San Diego - Los Angeles (201 Km.)
San Diego: It is one of the most beautiful cities in the state, is located at the southern end of California. Visit the old town, with many mud houses, the Gas Lamp Quarter, a national historic district and charming Mission Bay, home to Sea World, one of the largest and most spectacular aquariums in the world. The Balboa Park, one of the biggest attractions is the cultural heart of the city with 16 museums and the popular San Diego Zoo.
San Diego - Balboa Park
Coronado is a peninsula ("almost-island") connected to the mainland by a narrow strip of land called the Silver Strand. Since 1969 the San Diego-Coronado Bridge also connects Coronado city with the mainland with . It is a community on the beaches and offers a wide variety of recreational activities such as swimming, boating, fishing and access to many hotels with spas. Among all these hotels highlights the Coroma Hotel, where it was filmed the movie "Some Like It Hot".
San Diego - Coronado Hotel
The Old Town San Diego State Historic Park is a fairly successful reproduction of a Mexican village with missionary influence of the pioneers. It includes places like the room where it was printed the first edition of "San Diego Union", the Whaley House Museum, the oldest brick structure in San Diego, and the home of Estudillo, a large residence mud in which it was staying in the past commander of the Presidio.
San Diego - Heritage Park
Ten miles from San Diego, from the Cabrillo National Monument, located on the summit of Point Loma can be seen from December through mid-April, the migration of gray whales in California. If you have time, crossing the border into Mexico, to see the strange and noisy city of Tijuana.
(in 21 Km.) La Jolla: A little further north are the communities of La Jolla and Del Mar. The caves of La Jolla, in the far east of the coast are paradise for divers.
(in 180 Km.) Los Angeles: Continue toward Los Angeles.