This would be ok to wake up to every morning – the Coronado Bridge, San Diego Convention Center, the Marriot and Harbor Club. This photo was taken from The Pinnacle which is across Front Street from Horizon.
The Marina District photographed from The Pinnacle (Front Street & Market). One of the best cocktails is served at the Top of the Hyatt. Enter the Hyatt Tower (South Building) and go the 40th floor after 3pm. Order a gimlet (or drink of choice) and take in the best views of the Bay, city, Point [...]
San Diego Bay is shown here with an unidentified naval ship at dock. A typical day – sailboats on the water powered by a gentle breeze, hardly a cloud in the sky, 70 degrees. This photo was taken from The Grande (South building), a residential highrise in the Marina District. Bayside by Bosa Development, which [...]
Quiet, peaceful, calm and relaxing by winter. Bustling, fun, loud and at times crazy by summer. Mission Bay (at Santa Clara).
One of San Diego’s original residential neighborhoods, Normal Heights, is located above (to the south) Mission Valley. Adams Avenue is at times a flashback to a much younger San Diego. Normal Heights today is rich in culture and history. Adams Avenue is home to numerous boutiques, antique shops, sidewalk cafes and neighborhood taverns.
From this intersection you can head west to Fairbanks Ranch, north (left) to Del Sur or to south through Santaluz and ultimately to Carmel Valley. The until recently undeveloped western portion of Rancho Bernardo is now hosting enclaves of exclusive communities.
Rancho Bernardo has taken on a new look over the last few years. The Western portion of 92127 is made up of luxury communities Santaluz (shown here), Del Sur (ironically located to the north) and Ralphsland – better known as 4S Ranch, which previously owned by the “Ralph’s” chain’s Kroger family.
A neat area of Downtown where the train station is situated across from the Museum of Contemporary Art (behind train depot). The trolley stops at MCASD. Viewable in the forefront are prominent members of the San Diego skyline – One America Plaza and 655 W. Broadway.