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San Diego Top 4 Attraction Pass

Legoland San Diego Attraction Pass

A visit to sunny California and its birth city, San Diego, is now available with this great Go Select package that includes 4 best ranked attractions recommended for everyone who want quality and fun attractions. By purchasing this pass, you’ll save an incredible 22% compared to individual purchase of the attractions included. Now you can visit 4 top attractions in …

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Southern California Family Fun Pass Savings

Southern California Family Fun Attraction Pass

Southern California Family Fun Pass This unique pass gives you a great opportunity to enjoy a memorable family fun vacation in Southern California. This Go Select Package includes attractions in Los Angeles, San Diego and Carlsbad on various different types of attractions full of fun. Southern California Family Fun pass can save up to 20% on admission tickets compared to …

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La Jolla – the Jewel of San Diego by the Sea

Seals at La Jolla Cove Beach

La Jolla – the Jewel of San Diego by the Sea On Last day of my trip, we went to the Village of La Jolla, so called Monte Carlo of California. Beautiful hilly coastline, featuring pacific sea life and naturally created cove. Originally place used to be known as “La Hoya” by Native Americans, later it was changed to “La …

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