Old Town San Diego

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To visit this quaintly charming part of San Diego is to step back in time when the Spanish first settled in California - this was the first European settlement in what is now the Golden State. With the town's Spanish Mediterranean architecture it is a wonderfully eclectic mixture of the Old World interposed with tourists, college kids, and surfers taking a break. Established in 1769, Old Town has grown from a tiny mission to one of the most fashionable districts in San Diego. The most fun-packed times to visit would be Cinco de Mayo and Día de los Muertos.

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July 2019
Blacksmith Shop
Mason Street School
Cosmopolitan Hotel has the best bloody marys and is rumored to be haunted.
History of old town
Old town margaritas are better than floridas! ❤️