1 269 000(metro: 2 500 000)
I spent one half day in San Diego as an
addition to the Los Angeles trip in 2001. It took 3 hours to drive to SD from LA.
The photos were taken in April 7th 2001 and I found the city very clean, modern
and beautiful. It feels like a pretty small city despite it is the 7th largest
of the United States (2003).
San Diego skyline with residential towers.
San Diego skyline from the left: One America Plaza,
Emerald Plaza(offices, hotel)
And Embassy Suites Hotel.
A park and skyline.
Harbor Club twin residential towers(129m, 41 floors)
One America Plaza, San Diego´s tallest building.
152m, 34 floors.
One America Plaza, a closer look. Because of the
height limit San Diego doesn´t have taller skyscrapers.
San Diego trams and trams. The buildings are two
The one to the left is the Marriott and the one the right The
A beautiful fountain in downtown
Horton Plaza. This is the most beautiful shopping
mall I ever been to. It is partly outdoors
and contains a great record store.
Horton Plaza is located in Downtown.
Quarter seen from Horton Plaza.
Planet Hollywood, San Diego.
A luxury cruiser
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