What To Do in San Diego
Beaches: The beach is more than a boundary
dividing land from sea, more than a place to swim or
sunbathe. In San Diego, the beach is a way of life,
a source of pride and joy.
World: Sea World sits on a beautiful bay overlooking
San Diego’s oceanfront. It is only one of three
parks ranked in the Top 10 that enjoys ocean frontage.
Diego Zoo: The 100-acre Zoo is home to over
4,000 rare and endangered animals representing more
than 800 species
and subspecies, and a prominent botanical collection
with more than 700,000 exotic plants.
Midway: Prepare yourself for a lifetime memory
aboard the USS Midway Museum. You’ll explore a
floating city at sea and relive nearly 50 years of world
history aboard the longest-serving Navy aircraft carrier
of the 20th century.
Animal Park: The Wild Animal Park is an expansive
wildlife sanctuary that is home to more than 3,500 animals
representing more than 400 species.
Park and Museums: Balboa Park - the nation’s
largest urban cultural park. Home to 15 major museums,
renowned performing arts venues, beautiful gardens and
the San Diego Zoo, the Park has an ever-changing calendar
of museum exhibitions, plays, musicals, concerts, and
classes— all in the beautiful and timeless setting
of this must-see San Diego attraction.
Quarter: The Gaslamp Quarter is San Diego’s
dining, entertainment and urban shopping district.
Village: A 14-acre waterfront shopping, dining
and entertainment complex recreating a harbor side setting
of a century ago. Includes 54 one of a kind shops, 13
casual dining eateries, 4 fine dining waterfront restaurants.
January temperatures in San Diego are average highs
of 65 degrees and daily lows near 48 degrees. Average
rainfall is 2.11 inches. An umbrella and raincoat should
always be close at hand for an occasional shower. We
recommend that you dress in layers for the conference.
Remember that air conditioned rooms can be chilly. Be
sure to pack your camera.