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4/5
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"Almost the best and environment frendly"

N Harbor drive in San Diego is a major street that runs along side the ocean. Since it lies in ocean neighborhood, you will find harbors and naval bases out there soon after it originates from the Scott street. Pacific Fleet training center,Maritime Museum is located here. This street has its other end at the W arbor drive. Over hear the street is extremely beautiful. The greenery amidst the tall skyscrapers is almost enchanting especially the beautiful gardens beside the sea side resorts add more to the beauty of this street. Parking areas for vehicles are sufficiently provided and cleanliness is taken care of. Near the intersection of N Harbor drive and W F street, there is abase where you can see many fighter planes and war ships. Few food restaurants are located here with a majority area taken by five star resorts and hotels as far as tourist food and accommodation is concerned.
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4/5
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"My favorite in San Diego"

It is a small curvy street having both its ends at Broadway street. It almost looked like a residential area, but there were quite a number of tall skyscrapers with offices in them. You enjoy the street view best if you’re on foot. The West field Shopping town Horton Plaza is right over here. If you have shopped a lot and cant handle on the weight then you can hire a cab that are available most of the time on Broadway circle. Other than that a bank, (Citibank) is also situated here.
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3/5
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"Enjoy a sip of coffee at the park"

W G street is a small street from G street and ends at Pacific highway and on its route is populated with houses and small commercial and financial establishments. There is also a metro that runs through this street and usually is an important mode of public transport. The place is wide enough for pedestrians to walk through and literally neat and clean. If you go down further to the G street you can take a walk at the Pantoja park or go to some pubs or restaurants out there specially the brickyard coffee and tea. Its simply great and comfortable.
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3/5
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"Housing and infrastructure is good"

Front street runs parallel to the Union street. After a few walks away you can easily get on to Union street or some other as all are intersecting with one another. The thing that about Front street that was really annoying was the heavy congested traffic. There are few commercial establishment like 24 hours etc. Street cleanliness is well looked after and is provided with waste buckets at every corner. One thing I found interesting about Front street was that at one point of it there are two buildings on opposite side of the street which are connected to each other by constructing a bridge like structure but fully covered.
3/5
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"Encounter a huge parking lot"

W Grape street runs between Grape street and N Harbor drive and is one of the important streets in San Diego. As it begins at N Harbor drive you can possibly get a view of the war ships and fighter planes that are located on the sea side of Harbor drive. Over here there is nothing special to see but you can find you’re self in between the hundreds of cars parked and those in motion over here. It would not be safe for children due to heavy traffic. A little further there is the Marina Inn and Suits ( I stayed there for a week). They don’t have a huge area but they have enough rooms and good service to please their customers.
3/5
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"Easy way to get to the other street"

Grande Palm court is significant for, it joins N Harbor drive to the Pacific Highway. People mostly use this street either as a shortcut to go to the other street or for parking vehicles. There is ample of space that is available for parking for wheelers and so. There are no restaurants or shops on this street but varieties are available o Pacific highway and N Harbor drive.
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3/5
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"Nothing so interesting"

Just before on our way to Marina Parkway you get the Convention way. It is straight street that continues from 8th avenue to Marina parkway. There are buildings and huge open spaces and that too are in relation with the naval base set up throughout the area. There are hardly any shops of some food stores over here and you have to drive to other streets looking for a good and hygienic place to fill your bellies or shop some cool stuff.
3/5
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"Not holiday friendly"

Gull street is a small street that extends fro the 8th avenue. It is to an extent isolated from residential neighborhood. Making a habitat on this street is just unimaginable. It lacks most of the things and amenities that are necessary for simple and comfortable living. The street is mostly used for storage and parking of water vessels and their spares. The nearby approach for shopping is N Harbor drive.
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3/5
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"Nice place for an educational tour"

Water street lies in the neighborhood of Gull street. This street is really nice for an educational tour for students as they would get to know more about sea operations and defense amenities that their country has. There is no fun, no activity but there is lot that one can learn from here. It is actually interesting to see different operations being carried out here with huge machinery.
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3/5
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"Cool sea side weather"

Crosby park lies in the vicinity of San Diego Coronado bay bridge. The street is short in length and originates from Water street. The street has a park known as the Crosby street park which is a famous spot over here. On the other side huge open spaces are used for parking vehicles. Also there is a railway line that passes opposite the street. The place is great for recreation and cool weather over here is an added advantage.
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