San Diego Bay

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Noun1.San Diego Bay - a bay of the Pacific in southern California
San Diego - a picturesque city of southern California on San Diego Bay near the Mexican border; site of an important naval base
Pacific, Pacific Ocean - the largest ocean in the world
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With both city and coastal elements, the hotel's elevated look embraces everything Southern California has to offer, and the sophisticated seafaring-inspired design is a nod to the hotel's stunning, prime location on the edge of the San Diego Bay.
The Americans realised the nearby San Diego Bay was a much better location to build a city and, with the advent of railroads and the Panama Canal, the population grew rapidly.
A's for views of downtown and San Diego Bay as magnificent as the menu of modern American cuisine.
Set against the breezy back drop of the inimitable San Diego Bay, the two-day festival features an endless parade of cocktail creations and spirit sips showcasing some of the industry's hottest labels, which will be accompanied by a delicious array of culinary delights from local restaurants, and an eclectic blend of entertainment, making the festival the end of Summer event that won't want to be missed.
Aircract carrier USS Midway, docked in San Diego Bay, has been converted into a gigantic floating museum.
Part of the Mondays Campaign, the group held walks along the San Diego Bay once or twice a day.
On a long day when light winds teased the teams, the seven international crews docked out of their Harbor Island berths and made their way onto the glistening waters of San Diego Bay for just two races.
( Big Bay Boom Fireworks Show: Take in the largest fireworks display in the county from multiple locations, around the North San Diego Bay. The show, which begins at 9 p.m., can be viewed from Shelter Island, Harbor Island, the Embarcadero area and Seaport Village/Coronado Landing.
October 29-31 Hilton San Diego Bay Front--San Diego, CA
From May 12, 2013, to May 29, 2013, the gull-billed tern (Gelochelidon nilotica) colony at the San Diego Bay National Wildlife Refuge, California, USA, experienced a mass die-off of at least 92 adults, representing 71%-92% of the breeding population on the US West Coast.
The prize package includes round-trip airfare for two, courtesy of the SDTA; a three-night stay at The US Grant, a Luxury Collection Hotel; dinner for two at the Top of the Market, with views of San Diego Bay; two tickets to Sea World; and a Harbor Tour for two on Homblower Cruises & Events.

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