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  • Balboa ParkBalboa Park San Diego, California
    Balboa Park is an urban cultural park in San Diego, California, sitting on 1200 marvelous acres, that was named after the Spanish explorer, Vasco Nunez de Balboa. A great number of the trees planted here were done by Kate Sessions, botanist, landscape architect and horticulturalist that is called the "Mother of Balboa Park". The park was put into reserve in 1835 and is now one of the oldest sites in the nation that was devoted to public recreational use. There are open vistas, gardens, shops, natural vegetation, museums, theaters and restaurants plus the marvelous San Diego Zoo. It was made a National Historic Landmark in 1977, and is managed and taken care of by the city's parks and recreation department. Most of the attractions located here are by El Prado, the city long and wide promenade that runs through the middle of the park. The majority of the buildings here were built in the Spanish colonial revival style and a remarkable ornamented eclectic blend of Spanish and Latin American architecture.

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  • Western Prince Whale Watching, San DiegoWestern Prince Whale Watching, San Diego, California
    The Western Prince whale watching tour has been in operation since 1986, taking over 3000 groups out into the Pacific Ocean to view the mighty magnificent whales of the deep. Based in San Diego, California, the tour boats go to various parts of the ocean to see the wonderful whales swim, dive and play in the waters off the California coast, giving their guests the most spectacular sights of orca, gray, and humpback whales, plus numerous other creatures like the dolphin and wildlife that lives in the sea and along its shores. Their tours run between 3 and 3.5 hours, with experienced naturalists aboard to answer any questions and to give as much information about the animals and birds that you see every tour.

January 11, 2011