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Christmas in San Diego

San Diego California La Jolla BeachI’m excited to ditch the snow and cold this winter season, skipping out on the normal trip home to Minnesota and instead spend some of my holiday time visiting family in warm and sunny San Diego. It has been years since I’ve been there, and I’m ready to get back. Now, I just wonder if the seals at La Jolla will remember me…San Diego California La Jolla Beach Seals

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7 Comments on “Christmas in San Diego”

  1. Randy Kalp December 20, 2013 at 1:14 pm #

    You lucky dog! Enjoy a California Burrito for me. 🙂 What part of San Diego are you going to be in?

    • Jason's Travels December 20, 2013 at 3:01 pm #

      No problem on the burrito…I assume you mean a regular burrito, that is, and this isn’t slang for some special kind of burrito. My sister likes a place called Fidel’s so I think we’ll go there. Do you happen to know it? She lives up by Torrey Pines, so it’s somewhere in between there and La Jolla. At least I think so after my visit there a few years ago. O.0

  2. Traveling Ted (@travelingted) December 21, 2013 at 11:19 am #

    Although I like to ski, I think I would make the same decision. Christmas in San Diego sounds fantastic. I wish I would have stayed in Asia.

    • Jason's Travels December 21, 2013 at 3:04 pm #

      It’s gotta be warmer than Chicago right now! 😛

  3. Gray Cargill (@SoloFriendly) December 22, 2013 at 4:31 pm #

    That is such an excellent idea. The weather in San Diego beats most other places in North America this time of year. Have fun!

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