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"Old Town at its best"

Although only a small part, the side around old town is probably the part where the most restaurants and bars can be found. The end of the street ends in teh Old Town National Park, Californias birth place. Many mexican styles restaurants can be found along the street.
On the other hand, close to Washington street, a few nice bars and restaurants can be also found.
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"Summer fun at the bay"

Santa Clara point is a nice recreation area to spent the weekend on the bay.
The Mission Bay Aquatic Center and another Water center to rent boats can be found here.
Parking can be really difficult on the weekends, especially when the weather is really great.
On the other end, Santa Clara Point ends directly at the Pacific Ocean.
Just enjoy your day at the bay or beach.
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"Main connection street at UCSD"

Voigt drive is one of the main connection street on the
UCSD campus, connecting the East campus parking lots with the main
campus. It has the only bridge over the interstate 5 on campus.
The street is rather busy throughout the days, due to the
fact that it is the main connection for most campus buses tours.
4/5 rating details
  • Neighborly Spirit 4/5
  • Eating Out 3/5
  • Nightlife 5/5
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"Artistic street in North park"

The end of Ray street is a great artistic street, filled with many galleries.
Once a month, normally first weekend in the week, the galleries are
open for the public and . Many life bands are performing during
Ray at Night and the whole area is generally crowded.
A few bars and restaurants can be found a few blocks further up the street.
Recommended for
  • Singles
2/5 rating details
  • Peace & Quiet 2/5
  • Eating Out 4/5
  • Nightlife 1/5
  • Shopping Options 1/5
  • Gym & Fitness 1/5
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"short, busy street"

Napa street is a short connection street between friars road and morena blvd.
A trolley stop is right at the recently build shopping center, including Star Bucks,
Jamba Juice, Subways and more.
A police station is also next to the Trolley station.
This street is very busy throughout the days. On game-day (football or Baseball)
the parking lots are very bus due to the fact that the trolley station is
very popular.
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"Fast connection from Linda Vista to Mission Valley"

Ulric street connects the Linda Vista community with Mission Valley,
without the need to be on the highway. A highway connection to 163 can
be found at the bottom of the hill in mission valley.
Near Linda Vista Road there is a Asian influenced Shopping center with a very
good Vietnamese fish market. Also a Branch of the San Diego Library is along this street.
Recommended for
  • Families with kids
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"steep, very very steep"

Goshen Street is one of the connection street between Friars Road and Linda Vista Road.
The street reminds one very much to the streets in San Francisco, where very steep
sections interact with flat sections from crossing street.
Do not try to drive to fast, or your bottom of the car will scratch.
At the top of the hill one can find the University Terrace Apartments, part of USD housing.
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  • Singles
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"Small connector"

This small street connects Voigt drive with the Price Center.
The street is rather busy due to the campus shuttle stop at the end of
the street. Very close to the price center one can find 6 disabled parking spots.
No parking can be found for visitors. The only parking lot at this street
is for faculty with permit and disabled parking.
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  • Singles
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"Small, busy street"

Russel Drive is part of the UCSD campus and is filled with buzzing activity.
The road is a dead end with a small, limited parking lot at the end.
At the corner of Gilman Drive and Russel drive is the Gilman Parking structure,
one of the main visitior parking spots of the UCSD campus.
The new UCSD Musics department building with a world class concert hall is located
on this short street.
Recommended for
  • Professionals
  • Singles
3/5 rating details
  • Neighborly Spirit 3/5
  • Peace & Quiet 3/5
  • Eating Out 1/5
  • Nightlife 1/5
  • Shopping Options 1/5
  • Gym & Fitness 4/5
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"Nice small street leading to Tecolote park"

The Tecolote Road starts at the 5 freeway and goes only
a short distance to the west before it turns into
a dirt road, closed for cars. The road actually continues
for a few miles through the Tecolote Canyon Natural Park.
There are no shopping or eating opportunities along this road.
Parking can be rather difficult, especially on the weekends, when the
Natural Park is swarmed with sport enthusiasts.
Recommended for
  • Professionals
  • Families with kids

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