Seaport Village in Downtown San Diego, California

Seaport Village is located at the bay in downtown San Diego, California. San Diego is the 7th largest city in the U.S.A., with about 1.2 million residents.

Embarcadero Marina Park

Seaport Village

Seaport Village

San Diego-Coronado Bridge, locally referred to as the Coronado Bay Bridge. From Wikipedia: The bridge was designed exclusively for motor-vehicle traffic: there are no pedestrian walkways, bike paths, or even shoulders. It has been said that the reason for this was to prevent persons from leaping off the bridge to commit suicide. Considering the volume of traffic on the bridge as of 2006, should a vehicle break down or encounter another problem, it will almost certainly cause a serious collision, as there is nowhere for the disabled vehicle to go, and no way for oncoming traffic to avoid it.

Seagull at San Diego Seaport Village


Seaport Village, from Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
San Diego-Coronado Bridge, from Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.

San Diego: An oasis of indulgence. Independent, 09/2008.
36 Hours in San Diego. NYTimes, 09/2008.

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