Comfort Suites Mission Valley SeaWorld Area
631 Camino Del Rio S.
San Diego, CA 92108
Phone: (619) 881-4000
Fax: (619) 881-4037
631 Camino Del Rio S., San Diego, CA, US, 92108
- Phone: (619) 881-4000
- Fax: (619) 881-4037
Enthrall yourself when you are visiting the Horton Plaza Park. You will witness the beautiful fountain which is proudly the first water fountain in United States of America to have electric lights. It is an absolute delight to see the fountain flowing magnificently in the nights where it looks simply beautiful. Next time when you are shopping in the Horton Plaza, don't forget to check out this fantastic work of glory.
Teaching about spreading love and compassion to all in the journey of life is the main aim of the First Unitarian Universalistic Church. Started in 1973, the church was originally known as the Sunday School. Apart from offering religious education for the youth, children and adults, the church also organizes tours of the church campus as well as the worship services. Various events like plays, concerts and meditation events are also held here. You can also become a member of the church and support various causes taken up by the church.
Old Trolley Barn Neighborhood Park offers the comfort of a friendly neighborhood park that was once a trolley car barn. Take your family here on a lazy Sunday and see their eyes light up with joy! Let your kids explore the numerous slides or see them displaying their creative genius at the sand pits. Take a walk in the park or simply enjoy the fabulous view of Mission Valley that this park offers. enjoy the festivities during the University Heights Arts Open and be enchanted by the variety of art events that are held here. Eitherway, you're sure to have a gala time out!
The history of the University Christian Church goes back to 1873 when it started out as Texas Christian University. The congregation also known as Disciples of Jesus take a vow to spirituality, community, worship and evangelism. The church conducts events like bible studies and choir recitals in addition to the regular services.
Listed on the National Registry of Historic Places, the Marston House is a fine example of American Craftsman-style architecture built in 1905, is surrounded by five acres of landscaped grounds blending an Old English romantic flavor and its early California influence. This house was built for George Marston, a prominent civic leader and businessman by architects Wm. Hebbard and Irving Gill. The interior showcases the simplicity and functionality of its style. Come get a little California history. Admission for Adults:$5, and for Children (6-17): $2, cash only.
Travelers get a warm welcome at these non-profit, volunteer group booths serving business and leisure travelers at all the major transport hubs of San Diego. Major sites include: Terminals 1 and 2 at the San Diego International Airport and the Santa Fe Depot (main train station downtown). While the Society can offer crisis and short-term assistance, most of the help goes to visitors who have arrived in town without hotel reservations. Volunteers find an available room in the right area and price range, actual booking is done through the hotels. There is no fee for the Society's services.
This university campus is a San Diego landmark, with the blue dome of the Immaculata Church rising from the north side of the bluffs above Mission Valley. In fact, the beautiful and historic Immaculata Church is a frequent choice for Catholic weddings in San Diego. The school itself is a Catholic-influenced institution, particularly renowned for its law school, with both faculty positions and student admissions open to all faiths. Parking regulations are strictly enforced and all visitors must obtain a visitor's parking permit from the entrance kiosk or the office.
The Jenny Craig Pavilion which opened on 5th October 2000 has a seating capacity of 5,100. It is home to the men's and women's basketball teams and the volleyball team. The center boasts of a state-of-the-art Athletic Training Facility. The arena, reminiscent of the 16th century Spanish Renaissance theme, contains high tech sound and lighting. The 2001, 2002, and 2003 West Coast Conference Basketball Championships, the 2002 California Junior College Basketball Championships, the 2003 NFL Celebrity Basketball Game, the Official Super Bowl XXXVII Luncheon and the 2004 Judo National Championships are only some of the high profile sports events that have been held here.
Certainly one of the most popular avenues in the city, Adams Avenue is worth visiting for its sheer variety. It offers a mix of restaurants, bar and clubs that offer different cuisines and great entertainment. You can go on a random shopping spree at the local boutiques and retail shops lined up here. That's not it, this avenue is also host to various events like Adams Avenue Street Fair. Call for more details.
This world-famous establishment is clearly no ordinary zoo. Walk or ride a double-decker bus throughout this expansive park, home to over 4,000 rare and exotic animals exhibited in beautiful garden habitats. San Diego Zoo is also a major research facility dedicated to conservation efforts. However, it is cleverly disguised as a park with entertaining shows and inspiring exhibits like Polar Bear Plunge and Hippo Beach.
Near the top of Presidio Drive, which exposes one of the best views of the Pacific Ocean, across from The Arbor, a sign indicates a historic landmark at the top of a set of stone steps. Fort Stockton was fortified by Carlos Carillo in 1828 as a Mexican military post. From July through November of 1846, American forces captured Fort Stockton and renamed it Fort Dupont. The Mexican army briefly reclaimed it; though, with the aid of the Mormon Brigade, whose history is preserved by statues and plaques, at the top of the stone steps, the Americans took final possession of what remained Fort Stockton, until the end of the war. - Erick Pettersen
The commitment towards changing people's way of life in the manner stated by God is second to none at St. Pauls' Episcopal Cathedral. With timely meetings to find one's purpose in life, prayer ensembles, worship sessions, study meetings and service to society, the church inculcates and enhances spiritual growth amongst its worshipers. Prominent performers, San Diego Chamber Orchestra are amongst the many regulars who lead worship sessions at the cathedral.