Mother’s Day at Seaport Village…

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Seaport Village San Diego might look like a regular shopping center when it’s closed and no one is there, but when the sun is out and it’s time to play, this place is a traveler’s delight. Seaport Village San Diego is full of great entertainment, attractions, shopping and dining that – combined with an excellent San Diego Harbor view – truly makes it our place to be every summer. My daughter, Leo ,Geo and I had a wonderful time biking this beautiful coast. This Village has 14 acres of fun boutiques, great dining and seasonal live music and events. My  family and I usually spend a day or two enjoying this great escape. Seaport Village San Diego is close enough to Downtown San Diego that you can get there easily, but far enough that it’s a great escape. A must see California coast, hope everyone had a great Mother’s day !

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One thought on “Mother’s Day at Seaport Village…

  1. One of my fondest memories among the many we had during out visits to San Diego was a visit to Seaport Village in the spring of 1986 with Don’s parents, Helen and Gabriel Andries. We had come to San Diego to see Darrill, who was in his freshman year at SDSU, Timmy, who was six months old, Mary (DJ was at sea) and Catherine, Helen’s sister who lived in Oceanside. It was a wonderful trip that also included a visit with Don’s nephew Kevin and Denise who was living with him for a time, Helen and I shopped at Seaport Village, which was great fun. Great pictures of you/Leo/Tawny/Geo – all looking so good.

    Love and thanks for posting.

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