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#21 RevWizard


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Posted 25 April 2012 - 05:19 PM

Thanks for the advice. I was a little worried I'd be a bit isolated, but La Jolla is closer to Mission Bay than I'd thought. Hopefully my o/s student ID will work in the states, but I think the SD public transport is considerably cheaper than what I'm used to in Sydney anyway!

Check out the web site concerning student ID's. I think you have to be a student at UCSD or another Uni. Then you can get a pass at the respective Uni admin office. I agree on the cheaper prices. I lived once in Munich where the public transport prices were outrages.

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Posted 16 May 2012 - 09:43 PM

Less than a month to go, until I'm on the beach in San Diego.

Can anyone recommend some good places to eat around Mission Beach? We like bar food, pizza, and Chinese. We already have a favorite Mexican and seafood restaurant, but suggestions are welcome. A good breakfast place recommendation would be appreciated, as would a good dessert place.

I'm excited to be there soon! :)

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