San Diego, California Presented by: Chris Rossini Project 6: Vacation 5/5/11
Climate of San Diego San Diego’s average daily temperature is 70.5°F. During the summer time, the average temperatures are 72-78°F. The average weather conditions are Sunny (mostly), Partly cloudy (rarely), and rainy (rarely).
How to get to San Diego To get to San Diego, I will fly by plane. I will fly out of NY, New York-La Guardia (LGA) on Thursday, 30 Jun 2011 at 3:45 pm. My flight takes one stop in Minneapolis/St Paul, MN (MSP), and will reach San Diego, CA (SAN) at about 11:45. In total my flights time is about 11hrs. In total from LGA to SAN with stopping at MSP, it is 2,515 Miles from Ridgefield to San Diego it is about 2,905 Miles. The estimated time it takes to reach SAN is 10 hr 58 min. The total cost to reach it is $1,499.40.
Hotels in San Diego There are many great hotels in San Diego, but they only let you stay 28 nights, so I think I am going to stay at my Aunts house. But there is a really cool but expensive hotel that I would have liked to stay at. One is calledthe L'Auberge Del Mar – Destination Hotels & Resorts the price per night is $265.00. the hotel has 2 outdoor swimming pools. Other recreational facilities include tennis courts, a health club, a spa tub, and a sauna. The onsite spa at this five-star property offers massage and treatment rooms, facial treatments, body treatments, and beauty services. Business amenities include a 24-hour business center, complimentary wireless Internet access, and meeting rooms for small groups. L'Auberge Del Mar - Destination Hotels & Resorts has a restaurant, a bar/lounge, and a poolside bar. 24-hour room service is available.
The San Diego Zoo The San Diego Zoo is truly one of America's treasures. With it's long history of research and breeding of rare animals, the San Diego Zoo is much more than a Zoo. It is a glimpse in to how zoologists care for thousands of species while giving visitors a unique look at many of these magnificent creatures. Be warned, the habitats are builtfor the animal's comfort, not the visitors feet. A walk through the enormous park can be a trying experience. Bus tours make this task much easier and is highly recommended. To locals, this Zoo is one of the most important locations in San Diego and one of its most irreplaceable sites. Don't miss it! The San Diego Zoo is unique by any measure and will leave you much more educated and excited about thesemagnificent creatures.
What to Pack for San Diego • Hat • Sun Glasses • Flip flops • Shoes • Socks • Shorts • T-shirts • Sweatshirt • Jacket (incase of rain) • Wallet and cell phone (with charger) • Tooth brush/paste • Sun screen • Towel, bathing suit • Etc.