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Making a loop from Albuquerque to San Diego,north to Grand Canyon then Taos. 24 Hours in San Diego. Wife wants to see the big ships, Midway Memorial. I thought a stroll on Mission Beach and a good seafood restaurant. Any non tourist trap gems would be much appreciated. You guys have never let me down. Oh, May 22,2013, assuming the December 22 armageddon thing does not happen. Thanks.


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Mr. Pete. Are you talking about Taos NM. If so Manateemomma can give you some good direction. How are you all?

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Up in Los Angeles Harbor is a true Gem of the Ocean and Pride of America...the USS Iowa is now on permanent display!

It's well worth the trip up the coast to see it! REALLY BIG GIRL!!

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"World's Greatest Naval Ship" due to her big guns, heavy armor, fast speed, longevity and modernization, she kept pace with technology for more than 50 years." No other battleship in our nation’s history has been host to more U.S. Presidents than the IOWA...Roosevelt, Ronald Regan, George H.W. Bush.


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Best seafood in town at Point Loma Seafood on Scott St. Walk up to the counter an order, sit outside or under the awning. Not cheap but the best selection and quality in town. My personal favorite is the scallop sandwich washed down with an ice cold Anchor Steam. My mouth is watering just thinking about it but lucky me, we'll be there next week.

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Midway is grand, not far away is the Star of the Sea a three master, the museums at Balboa Park make for a lovely days tour. With a little luck in May you might be able to enjoy a day on the beach.
As for restaurants, the one adjacent to the Midway is excellent, don't remember the name.
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Desert Captain wrote:

Best seafood in town at Point Loma Seafood on Scott St. Walk up to the counter an order, sit outside or under the awning. Not cheap but the best selection and quality in town. My personal favorite is the scallop sandwich washed down with an ice cold Anchor Steam. My mouth is watering just thinking about it but lucky me, we'll be there next week.



We ate there a year ago, and were not impressed. However, it was under heavy construction for expansion, so maybe the "new" restaurant is better. There are a few other seafood restaurants near there, as well.

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352 wrote:

Mr. Pete. Are you talking about Taos NM. If so Manateemomma can give you some good direction. How are you all?

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kalynzoo wrote:

Midway is grand, not far away is the Star of the Sea a three master, the museums at Balboa Park make for a lovely days tour. With a little luck in May you might be able to enjoy a day on the beach.
As for restaurants, the one adjacent to the Midway is excellent, don't remember the name.
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I know it is not Seafood, but if you have time while in San Diego, visit my good friends at Brazen BBQ.
These guys have won many awards on the BBQ circuit. Earlier this year they catered the Kansas City Barbeque Society National Convention and Awards ceremony.
Tell them I sent you.
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