Quality Inn San Diego Miramar
9350 Kearny Mesa Road
San Diego, CA 92126
Phone: (858) 578-4350
Fax: (858) 271-7572
If you are passionate about flying, this is definitely the place for you. Here, you will find everything there is to know about aviation. Famous jets like Douglas R4D 'Gooney Bird', Fairchild R4Q 'Packet', McDonnell Douglas FA-18 'Hornet', Grumman F9F 'Cougar', Mikoyan-Gurevch MIG-15 'Fagot', and F4F (FM-2) 'Wildcat' can be admired from close quarters. You can also become a member of the Flying Leatherneck Historical Foundation. All members receive a membership card, decal and lapel pin, discounts at the museum gift shop and the foundation newsletter called The Log Book.
AleSmith Brewing Company offers visitors and locals in the San Diego area a taste of award-winning beers that are unforgettable. For USD.50 you get to sample as many as you want and go back for more, as long as they are open, and take home in bottles or growlers those beers you love. Everyone has their favorite beer, but can you really go wrong with a beer named “Horny Devil"? This is a can’t-miss spot in San Diego to sit back, relax, and enjoy the aroma of hops in the air and good beer on your tongue. - Lisa Carey
Marine Corps Air Station (MCAS) Miramar's history as a military base has stretched through all the services, from its days as Camp Kearny (an Army base), as a short-lived Navy dirigible base (shared pre-WWII by the Navy and the Marine Corps), followed by a long Navy ownership where it gained fame as the home of "Top Gun," the elite training school for fighter pilots. Now the 23,000-acre facility has recently been transferred back to the Marines. The facility is open for Fleet Week and for the annual Air Show; passes are mandatory at all other times.
Boat rentals are a highlight at this popular lake. With motorboats, rowboats, canoes and pedal boats, you may choose from a vast selection of watercraft. Whether amateur or experienced, all boat drivers must adhere to the 5mph speed limit. While boat rentals are a hot ticket, most guests come for the plentiful fish. Trout, the most popular catch, are planted November through May. Bass and catfish also lurk in the waters.
This Southern California brewery promotes itself as a community brewery. Helm's Brewing Co. is a friendly microbrewery where you can drop in to have a drink or taste their latest creation. Thie hand-crafted ales are designed to suit all beer palates. These include the likes of Beeruccino, Captains Pale Ale, Goosefoot Ginger and Wicked As Sin.
Known locally as The Bolts for the lightning emblem on the team uniforms, this NFL professional football team takes the field at San Diego's Qualcomm Stadium on Sunday afternoons from late August through mid-December to play against some of the toughest teams in American football. On any given Sunday, see these American Football Conference winners clash against rivals such as, the Kansas City Chiefs, Denver Broncos or the Oakland Raiders.
With a membership of around 1,400 families and 4,500 individuals, there are a lot of events taking place at the Beth Israel Congregation. It indeed stands up to its name for being a very active and lively place for people of all generations to be. Due to its growing popularity, they even moved their location to a larger landscape with more open space and environmental peace. Enriching the Jewish culture, providing education and values has been the mission of this synagogue since ages. Come, enlighten yourself in the name of God.
The Horizon Christian Fellowship sprang up from various movements that began in the 1970s and has been growing exponentially ever since. They also organize outreaches and home fellowships to encourage people to come together and be united. The Fellowship holds church services every Sunday morning in the spacious Horton UA Theater. The premises are also available to host a range of other events.
Tourists driving along Interstate-5 will not miss this stunning structure, bearing the image of an ice sculpture. The white, palace-style building features an awesome architectural design with numerous spires. The temple, which hosts religious activities for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, is 190-feet tall and covers 59,000 square feet. While visitors are not allowed inside the temple, guests are welcome to tour the perfectly manicured grounds and admire the building's architectural design during regular temple hours.
La Jolla Village is one of the the most happening areas in La Jolla. Situated on the northeast of La Jolla Heights, you can find whatever you name in the village. Shop at the La Jolla Village square where you can purchase flowers, trendy clothes, watch good cinema and even reside in the grand hotels in this area. Visit this place with sufficient time on your hands as there is just too much to do here.
This university is located on the cliffs above the ocean near La Jolla. Often called by its abbreviation, UCSD, the school is particularly renowned for its science programs, which often work hand-in-hand with local high-tech firms, many of which began as UCSD project groups. Its theater, film, and political science programs are also among the best in the nation. The university sports an architecturally startling library, which has been likened to a giant beehive. The UCSD medical school staffs and operates a prestigious off-campus research hospital, which also provides indigent and uninsured care to thousands of local residents.
Located in North San Diego County, this park holds attractions that offer visitors a taste of local history. Check out a 1909 farmhouse that has been restored, or an antique locomotive and blacksmith shop. The five-acre park is quite a walk, yet there is an option of mechanized transportation. The restored 1907 Baldwin steam engine takes folks throughout the park.