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California’s historic and popular San Diego is one of the major metropolises of the state of California and the world. Located on the Pacific ocean, San Diego is very close to the country of Mexico and boasts as many as one point three million people. San Diego, in fact, ranks in the top ten largest cities in the world. It is also considered the place where the state of California itself originated. Because of the great weather year round, its accessible natural port, its beautiful beach real-estate, and its strategic importance to the United States Government (the city is important to our Naval operations), San Diego is one of the world’s premier cities. It is also a major urban area that Babe-Directory.com is proud and pleased to serve for escort bookings. This burgeoning biotech and healthcare development area has a lot to offer. It is also the county seat of San Diego County, the area’s thriving epicenter of commerce, and part of the greater urban area that is essentially Tijuana, Mexico together with the city. The University of California at San Diego is here in San Diego is well.

San Diego sees about ten inches of rain on the coast every year, most of it in the “winter” months. There is so little snow there that it has only been recorded a handful of times in all the years that records have been kept. Between the great climate and all the things that there are to see and do in San Diego, taking your escort out on the town in this vibrant city is a shortcut to a great time, full of delights and wonders.

The History Of This Beautiful Coastal City

Once home to native Americans, San Diego was discovered by Portuguese explorer Juan Cabrillo in 1542. He named the area “San Miguel.” The coast was mapped out in the early 1600s. San Diego became part of Mexico in the early 1800s. The Mexican state it was part of was called “Alta California.” When the United States and Mexico found themselves at war with each other in 1846, the first bricks in the road to California becoming part of the United States were laid. The Americans suffered many losses early on during the war. Los Angeles was lost, then recaptured, and finally the state of Alta California fell to the Americans. In the Treaty of Cahuenga in 1847, San Diego and the surrounding territory became a possession of the United States under the terms of the treaty. This established the often violated border between Mexico and the United States, in fact. The state of California officially became a state in 1950. San Diego became the county seat of the county that bears its name. Shortly after that, it collapsed financially, but eventually came back. Where San Diego sits today is actually slightly different than where the city originally began. That is now Old Town San Diego, which is a historic park. New Town San Diego became the thriving city we know of today, eventually, and it was the site of not one, but two World’s fairs, in 1915 and again twenty years later. Many of the structures erected for those fairs exist to this day, adding color and architectural excitement to the area. You have probably heard of the San Diego Zoo, but what you don’t know is that a collection of animals for the 1915 World’s Fair would eventually grow into that zoo over the years.

San Diego has no shortage of military presence, including the Army and the Navy. It was very important during World War II and a lot of military manufacturing took place there. Subsequent to the war, the city’s population swelled. One of the cities that the Japanese intended to subject to a brutal attack was San Diego, and the idea was to send Kamikaze suicide troops to carry plague-infected fleas into the area. The awful plan was stopped when Japan surrendered following the nuclear bombs that were dropped on Hiroshima and Nagasaki. Following the war, the economy of San Diego experienced a decline, but in the years that followed, the folks in charge decided to leverage the city’s attractions and great climate and decided to focus on tourism.

In the 1900s, the city became the center of the tuna industry. Both canning and fishing for tuna was done based in San Diego. In the 1930s, tuna canning plants boasted a thousand employees and were the epicenter of a massive fishing fleet that employed Japanese immigrant fishermen. Foreign interests drove the US tuna canning business under before the start of the twenty-first century (although Bumblebee Foods and Chicken of the Sea still call the city home). San Diego itself didn’t fare much better in the last few decades of the twentieth century. According to Wikipedia, “Downtown San Diego was in decline in the 1960s and 1970s, but experienced some urban renewal since the early 1980s, including the opening of Horton Plaza, the revival of the Gaslamp Quarter, and the construction of the San Diego Convention Center; Petco Park opened in 2004.”

Also according to Wikipedia, San Diego “lies on approximately 200 deep canyons and hills separating its mesas, creating small pockets of natural open space scattered throughout the city and giving it a hilly geography. Traditionally, San Diegans have built their homes and businesses on the mesas, while leaving the urban canyons relatively wild. Thus, the canyons give parts of the city a segmented feel, creating gaps between otherwise proximate neighborhoods and contributing to a low-density, car-centered environment. The San Diego River runs through the middle of San Diego from east to west, creating a river valley which serves to divide the city into northern and southern segments. The river used to flow into San Diego Bay and its fresh water was the focus of the earliest Spanish explorers. Several reservoirs and Mission Trails Regional Park also lie between and separate developed areas of the city.”

Wikipedia also includes an excellent description of the layout of the city: Downtown San Diego is located on San Diego Bay. Balboa Park encompasses several mesas and canyons to the northeast, surrounded by older, dense urban communities including Hillcrest and North Park. To the east and southeast lie City Heights, the College Area, and Southeast San Diego. To the north lies Mission Valley and Interstate 8. The communities north of the valley and freeway, and south of Marine Corps Air Station Miramar, include Clairemont, Kearny Mesa, Tierrasanta, and Navajo. Stretching north from Miramar are the northern suburbs of Mira Mesa, Scripps Ranch, Rancho Peñasquitos, and Rancho Bernardo. The far northeast portion of the city encompasses Lake Hodges and the San Pasqual Valley, which holds an agricultural preserve. Carmel Valley and Del Mar Heights occupy the northwest corner of the city. To their south are Torrey Pines State Reserve and the business center of the Golden Triangle. Further south are the beach and coastal communities of La Jolla, Pacific Beach, and Ocean Beach. Point Loma occupies the peninsula across San Diego Bay from downtown. The communities of South San Diego, such as San Ysidro and Otay Mesa, are located next to the Mexico – United States border, and are physically separated from the rest of the city by the cities of National City and Chula Vista. A narrow strip of land at the bottom of San Diego Bay connects these southern neighborhoods with the rest of the city.

Exploring the Wonders of Historic San Diego

Starting in the late 1920s, the skyline of San Diego began to develop with the establishment of the first skyscrapers. One of these was the famous El Cortez Hotel, which until 1927 was the tallest building in the city. Many other buildings were erected that have since been taller, including the tallest one now in the city. This is One America Plaza. It was put up in the late 1990s. Federal regulations prevent the city from growing any taller than 500 feet.

The city includes multiple nature areas, including Los Peñasquitos Canyon Preserve, Mission Trails Regional Park, and Torrey Pines State Reserve. According to Wikipedia, San Diego County has one of the highest counts of animal and plant species that appear on the endangered species list among counties in the United States. There are almost 500 recorded species of bird there, making it a great place to go bird-watching with your date if that’s the kind of thing you’re into.

California in general, and San Diego in particular, suffers from the occasional runaway fire. This includes a terrible fire in 2003 called the Cedar Fire, which was the biggest wildfire California has seen in a hundred years. Almost 300,000 acres were burned, more than a dozen people died, and two thousand homes were destroyed. A lot of people in the surrounding area suffered from breathing problems and other issues associated with all the smoke that hung in the air. Schools were closed and warnings were issued. Fortunately, wildfires like these are relatively rare, and while they are probably inevitable in a dry climate like San Diego, they simply don’t occur all that often.

San Diego is well known for its friendliness to the lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgendered communities. There are many gay residents in San Diego, and San Diego State University is well known to be gay-friendly as campuses go. There are those who enjoy attending the types of events, conventions, parades, and other events held by residents of the gay community, so that’s one thing to consider when booking your escort in this city. You may also wish to consult local travel guides when you book your hotel, because if what you want is NOT a gay-friendly hotel, you’ll want to choose from among the hotels that are not known for hosting gay conventions and gay events. Of course, if that’s what you are looking for, then you’re all set, and San Diego certainly can provide you with a variety of gay-friendly events.

Wikipedia contains a very lengthy write-up of the many military bases in the San Diego area. It says that in 2008 the city was home to 53 ships and more than 35,000 sailors and Department of Defense employees. “San Diego is home to the California National Guard's 79th Infantry Brigade Combat team. About 5 percent of all civilian jobs in the county are military-related, and 15,000 businesses in San Diego County rely on Department of Defense contracts. Military bases in San Diego include US Navy facilities, Marine Corps bases, and Coast Guard stations. Marine Corps institutions in the city of San Diego include Marine Corps Air Station Miramar and Marine Corps Recruit Depot San Diego. The Navy has several institutions in the city, including Naval Base Point Loma, Naval Base San Diego (also known as the 32nd Street Naval Station), Naval Medical Center San Diego (also known as Bob Wilson Naval Hospital), the Space and Naval Warfare Systems Center San Diego, and Space and Naval Warfare Systems Command (‘SPAWAR’). Also near San Diego but not within the city limits are Naval Amphibious Base Coronado and Naval Air Station North Island (which operates Naval Auxiliary Landing Facility San Clemente Island, Silver Strand Training Complex, and the Outlying Field Imperial Beach). San Diego is known as the Starting in the late 1920s, the skyline of San Diego began to develop with the establishment of the first skyscrapers. One of these was the famous El Cortez Hotel, which until 1927 was the tallest building in the city. Many other buildings were erected that have since been taller, including the tallest one now in the city. This is One America Plaza. It was put up in the late 1990s. Federal regulations prevent the city from growing any taller than 500 feet.

The city includes multiple nature areas, including Los Peñasquitos Canyon Preserve, Mission Trails Regional Park, and Torrey Pines State Reserve. According to Wikipedia, San Diego County has one of the highest counts of animal and plant species that appear on the endangered species list among counties in the United States. There are almost 500 recorded species of bird there, making it a great place to go bird-watching with your date if that’s the kind of thing you’re into.

California in general, and San Diego in particular, suffers from the occasional runaway fire. This includes a terrible fire in 2003 called the Cedar Fire, which was the biggest wildfire California has seen in a hundred years. Almost 300,000 acres were burned, more than a dozen people died, and two thousand homes were destroyed. A lot of people in the surrounding area suffered from breathing problems and other issues associated with all the smoke that hung in the air. Schools were closed and warnings were issued. Fortunately, wildfires like these are relatively rare, and while they are probably inevitable in a dry climate like San Diego, they simply don’t occur all that often. San Diego is well known for its friendliness to the lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgendered communities. There are many gay residents in San Diego, and San Diego State University is well known to be gay-friendly as campuses go. There are those who enjoy attending the types of events, conventions, parades, and other events held by residents of the gay community, so that’s one thing to consider when booking your escort in this city. You may also wish to consult local travel guides when you book your hotel, because if what you want is NOT a gay-friendly hotel, you’ll want to choose from among the hotels that are not known for hosting gay conventions and gay events. Of course, if that’s what you are looking for, then you’re all set, and San Diego certainly can provide you with a variety of gay-friendly events.

Wikipedia contains a very lengthy write-up of the many military bases in the San Diego area. It says that in 2008 the city was home to 53 ships and more than 35,000 sailors and Department of Defense employees. “San Diego is home to the California National Guard's 79th Infantry Brigade Combat team. About 5 percent of all civilian jobs in the county are military-related, and 15,000 businesses in San Diego County rely on Department of Defense contracts. Military bases in San Diego include US Navy facilities, Marine Corps bases, and Coast Guard stations. Marine Corps institutions in the city of San Diego include Marine Corps Air Station Miramar and Marine Corps Recruit Depot San Diego. The Navy has several institutions in the city, including Naval Base Point Loma, Naval Base San Diego (also known as the 32nd Street Naval Station), Naval Medical Center San Diego (also known as Bob Wilson Naval Hospital), the Space and Naval Warfare Systems Center San Diego, and Space and Naval Warfare Systems Command (‘SPAWAR’). Also near San Diego but not within the city limits are Naval Amphibious Base Coronado and Naval Air Station North Island (which operates Naval Auxiliary Landing Facility San Clemente Island, Silver Strand Training Complex, and the Outlying Field Imperial Beach). San Diego is known as the ‘birthplace of naval aviation’.”

San Diego’s Thriving Tourist Industry

It goes without saying that San Diego, beautiful that it is, has a thriving tourist industry. Among its many tourist attractions are the Street Scene Music Festival, the San Diego Black Film Festival, San Diego Pride, the Farmers Insurance Open golf tournament, Comic-Con, Old Town San Diego State Historic Park, Mission San Diego de Alcala Spanish, SeaWorld San Diego, San Diego Zoo Safari Park, the San Diego Zoo itself, Belmont amusement park, and Balboa Park.

According to Wikipedia, San Diego County hosted more than 32 million visitors in 2012, of whom approximately half stayed overnight and half were day visitors. These visitors spent an estimated $8 billion locally, with a regional economic impact of more than $18 billion. The visitor industry provides employment for more than 160,000 people. The San Diego Convention Center hosted 68 out-of-town conventions and trade shows in 2009, attracting more than 600,000 visitors.

As a port city, the city’s cruise ship industry used to be the second-largest in California. Each cruise ship call injects an estimated $2 million (from the purchase of food, fuel, supplies, and maintenance services, not counting the money spent by the tourists) into the local economy. Numerous cruise lines, including Carnival, Holland America, Celebrity, Crystal and Princess, operate out of San Diego. However, cruise ship business has been in steady decline since peaking in 2008, when the Port hosted over 250 ship calls and more than 900,000 passengers. Cruises in San Diego itself in clude the city’s bay and Mission Bay. There are plenty of what are called “sunset cruises” and also cruises to see migrating gray whales passing the city. These whale watch tours are perfect for dates and draw plenty of tourists to the city.

If you’d like to visit Mexico, San Diego, with its close proximity to the country, offers you two different places to cross (officially). The one in San Ysidro is probably the most bustling border crossing with Mexico that there is. There is another in Otay Mexico, and the California-Baja border has a bustling freight trade in truck traffic from one country to the other. The port of San Diego handles lots of freight and offer the Tenth Avenue Marine Terminal. Here, plenty of cargo can be stored in climate controlled methods, so food is imported here and then stored in the refrigerated facilities available. There is a lot of other cargo that comes through the port as well, including wood and other forest products, various commodities, cement, and fertilizer.

Business innovation thrived in California under initiatives driven by then Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger, whose Office of Economic Development designated San Diego as an “iHub Innovation Center.” This promoted business collaboration with various industries involved in the life sciences, pharmaceutical research, medical diagnostic and device startups, and so on. This is one of the reasons San Diego has become known as a medical science innovation area, and this in turn has helped promote San Diego’s economy.

According to Wikipedia, the presence of the University of California, San Diego and other research institutions has helped to fuel biotechnology growth. In June 2004, San Diego was ranked the top biotech cluster in the United States by the Milken Institute. In 2013, San Diego has the second-largest biotech cluster in the United States, below the Boston area and above the San Francisco Bay Area, There are more than 400 biotechnology companies in the area. In particular, the La Jolla and nearby Sorrento Valley areas are home to offices and research facilities for numerous biotechnology companies. Major biotechnology companies like Neurocrine Biosciences and Nventa Biopharmaceuticals are headquartered in San Diego, while many biotech and pharmaceutical companies, such as BD Biosciences, Biogen Idec, Integrated DNA Technologies, Merck, Pfizer, Élan, Celgene, and Vertex, have offices or research facilities in San Diego. There are also several non-profit biotech and health care institutes, such as the Scripps Research Institute, the West Wireless Health Institute and the Sanford-Burnham Institute. San Diego is also home to more than 140 contract research organizations (CROs) that provide a variety of contract services for pharmaceutical and biotechnology companies.

Real estate in San Diego has been big business, with prices soaring. The price of a single-family home between the late nineties and the mid two-thousands actually tripled. Soaring real estate prices point to just how desirable the city is as both a destination and a place to live. The house prices hit their peak in the mid two-thousands and then started to ease as the housing market did across the United States in the years that followed. By the end of the two-thousands, prices were still higher, but down more than a third from when they were their highest. And the high housing prices point to just how many great employers there are in the San Diego area. Among these are San Diego Gas and Electric, the UC San Diego Health System, the City of San Diego itself, Qualcomm, the San Diego Unified School District and San Diego County, Sharp Healthcare, the University of California, and the largest employer in all of San Diego, the United States Navy.

If Museums are your thing, there are very many museums for you to see and explore, as well as plenty of culture to enjoy. According to Wikipedia, many popular museums, such as the San Diego Museum of Art, the San Diego Natural History Museum, the San Diego Museum of Man, the Museum of Photographic Arts, and the San Diego Air & Space Museum are located in Balboa Park. The Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego (MCASD) is located in La Jolla and has a branch located at the Santa Fe Depot downtown. The downtown branch consists of two building on two opposite streets. The Columbia district downtown is home to historic ship exhibits belonging to the San Diego Maritime Museum, headlined by the Star of India, as well as the unrelated San Diego Aircraft Carrier Museum featuring the USS Midway aircraft carrier. The San Diego Symphony at Symphony Towers performs on a regular basis and is directed by Jahja Ling.

If you like sports, well, San Diego has your sports. There’s plenty of that to be had in the city, all of it high-profile. Three of the Super Bowls have been played in San Diego. The San Diego Padres play for Major League Baseball in San Diego. The city of San Diego also boasts the Aztecs, the Toreros, the Tritons, and the Sea Lions. There are also plenty of college football and high school football games. According to Wikipedia, “the San Diego Surf of the American Basketball Association is located in the city. The annual Farmers Insurance Open golf tournament (formerly the Buick Invitational) on the PGA Tour occurs at the municipally owned Torrey Pines Golf Course. This course was also the site of the 2008 U.S. Open Golf Championship. The San Diego Yacht Club hosted the America's Cup yacht races three times during the period 1988 to 1995. The amateur beach sport Over-the-line was invented in San Diego, and the annual world Over-the-line championships are held at Mission Bay every year.”

Low Crime Makes This City A Great Tourism Destination

It may seem like an odd marketing point, but San Diego is very safe. Among all the cities in the United States just a couple of years ago, it ranked among the top twenty-five for safety. Forbes included it in a top-ten list of the safest cities in all of the United States. The crime rate has declined from the nineties to the two thousands (as it has in most cities in the United States). Among the notable decreases in crimes were in property crimes and violent crimes, which were lower than the national average in recent memory.

San Diego also offers a great public school and public college/university system, as described by contributors to Wikipedia. Public schools in San Diego are operated by independent school districts. The majority of the public schools in the city are served by the San Diego Unified School District, the second-largest school district in California, which includes 11 K-8 schools, 107 elementary schools, 24 middle schools, 13 atypical and alternative schools, 28 high schools, and 45 charter schools... Several adjacent school districts which are headquartered outside the city limits serve some schools within the city; these include the Poway Unified School District, Del Mar Union School District, San Dieguito Union High School District and Sweetwater Union High School District. In addition, there are a number of private schools in the city. ...Public colleges and universities in the city include San Diego State University (SDSU), University of California, San Diego (UCSD), and the San Diego Community College District, which includes San Diego City College, San Diego Mesa College, and San Diego Miramar College. Private colleges and universities in the city include University of San Diego (USD), Point Loma Nazarene University (PLNU), Alliant International University (AIU), National University, California International Business University (CIBU), San Diego Christian College, John Paul the Great Catholic University, California College San Diego, Coleman University, University of Redlands School of Business, Design Institute of San Diego (DISD), Fashion Institute of Design & Merchandising's San Diego campus, NewSchool of Architecture and Design, Pacific Oaks College San Diego Campus, Chapman University's San Diego Campus, The Art Institute of California – San Diego, Southern States University (SSU), UEI College, and Woodbury University School of Architecture's satellite campus.

The city of San Diego boasts just a single medical school. That is UCSD’s School of Medicine. There are also some law schools. Downtown San Diego has a massive public library headquarters and multiple library branches throughout the city, although some of these have had to reduce their hours in response to periodic financial pressures. Recently, the city opened up a great new central library that rises nine stories tall. “In addition to the municipal public library system, there are nearly two dozen libraries open to the public which are run by other governmental agencies and by schools, colleges, and universities,” Wikipedia notes. “Noteworthy among them are the Malcolm A. Love Library at San Diego State University and the Geisel Library at the University of California, San Diego.”

San Diego offers a wealth of public television and radio stations. The TV stations boast, but are not limited to, HTJB 3 (Once TV), XETV 6 (CW), KFMB 8 (CBS), KGTV 10 (ABC), XEWT 12 (Televisa Regional), KPBS 15 (PBS), KBNT-CD 17 (Univision), XHTIT-TDT 21 (Azteca 7), XHJK-TDT 27 (Azteca 13), KSDX-LP 29 (Spanish Independent), XHAS 33 (Telemundo), K35DG 35 (UCSD-TV), KDTF-LD 51 (Telefutura), KNSD 39 (NBC), KZSD-LP 41 (Azteca America), KSEX-CD 42 (Infomercials), XHBJ-TDT 45 (Gala TV), HDTV 49 (MNTV), KUSI 51 (Independent), XHUAA-TDT 57 (Canal de las Estrellas), and KSWB-TV 69 (Fox). San Diego has an 80.6 percent cable penetration rate. The nearby Mexican market contributes to the huge entertainment variety available. “San Diego is the largest media market in the United States that is legally unable to support a television station duopoly between two full-power stations under FCC regulations,” says Wikipedia, “which disallow duopolies in metropolitan areas with fewer than nine full-power television stations and require that there must be eight unique station owners that remain once a duopoly is formed (there are only seven full-power stations on the California side of the San Diego-Tijuana market). Though the E. W. Scripps Company owns KGTV and KZSD-LP, they are not considered a duopoly under the FCC's legal definition as common ownership between full-power and low-power television stations in the same market is permitted regardless to the number of stations licensed to the area. As a whole, the Mexico side of the San Diego-Tijuana market has two duopolies and one triopoly (Entravision Communications owns both XHAS-TV and XHDTV-TV, Azteca owns XHJK-TV and XHTIT-TV, and Grupo Televisa owns XHUAA-TV and XHWT-TV along with being the license holder for XETV-TV, which is run by California-based subsidiary Bay City Television). San Diego's television market is limited to only San Diego county. The Imperial Valley has its own market (which also extends into western Arizona), while neighboring Orange and Riverside counties are part of the Los Angeles market. (Sometimes in the past, a missing network affiliate in the Imperial Valley would be available on cable TV from San Diego.)” Among the many radio corporations operating in the city are Clear Channel, Lincoln Financial, Midwest Television, and Finest City Broadcasting.

San Diego is known for its energy-forward and environmentally friendly thinking when it comes to public utilities. In the late 1970s, the city made the choice to replace its old mercury street lamps with sodium lamps. The resulting increase in light pollution brought about a great deal of consternation from local astronomers such as those at Palomar Observatory, who were worried that the increased illumination from the city’s improved lighting would harm their ability to see the night sky. In an effort to keep the observatory and its patrons happy, the city agreed to increase limitations on light pollution near the observatory, which seems to have helped someone. Street lights were again upgraded after the first decade of the twenty-first century. The new induction lights save a great deal of energy and millions of dollars in associated maintenance. While the light pollution issue remains unresolved, the increased lighting does indeed help make the city’s neighborhoods more safe, a fact that is borne out by the crime statistics in San Diego.

Getting Around Glorious San Diego

California being the sprawling place that it is, it goes without saying that the overwhelming majority of residents in San Diego, as in the rest of California, get around by driving automobiles. The city boasts an extensive network of highways and freeways, including, per Wikipedia, Interstate 5, which runs south to Tijuana and north to Los Angeles; Interstate 8, which runs east to Imperial County and the Arizona Sun Corridor; Interstate 15, which runs northeast through the Inland Empire to Las Vegas and Salt Lake City; and Interstate 805, which splits from I-5 near the Mexican border and rejoins I-5 at Sorrento Valley. Major state highways include SR 94, which connects downtown with I-805, I-15 and East County; SR 163, which connects downtown with the northeast part of the city, intersects I-805 and merges with I-15 at Miramar; SR 52, which connects La Jolla with East County through Santee and SR 125; SR 56, which connects I-5 with I-15 through Carmel Valley and Rancho Peñasquitos; SR 75, which spans San Diego Bay as the San Diego-Coronado Bridge, and also passes through South San Diego as Palm Avenue; and SR 905, which connects I-5 and I-805 to the Otay Mesa Port of Entry. The stretch of SR 163 that passes through Balboa Park is San Diego's oldest freeway, and has been called one of America's most beautiful parkways.

“San Diego's roadway system provides an extensive network of routes for travel by bicycle,” reports Wikipedia. “The dry and mild climate of San Diego makes cycling a convenient and pleasant year-round option. At the same time, the city's hilly, canyon-like terrain and significantly long average trip distances—brought about by strict low-density zoning laws—somewhat restrict cycling for utilitarian purposes. Older and denser neighborhoods around the downtown tend to be utility cycling oriented. This is partly because of the grid street patterns now absent in newer developments farther from the urban core, where suburban style arterial roads are much more common. As a result, a vast majority of cycling-related activities are recreational. Testament to San Diego's cycling efforts, in 2006, San Diego was rated as the best city for cycling for U.S. cities with a population over 1 million.”

San Diego of course offers a fabulous trolley and rail system, not to mention buses. And there is the San Diego International Airport, which some call Lindbergh Field, which is one of the busiest airports in the United States to have only one runway to use.

Take Your Escort Out on the Town in Fabulous San Diego

With everything there is to see and do in this incredible town in California, you owe it to yourself to take your date out on the town in San Diego. There is just so much here that will make you happy, keep you entertained, make your night wonderful, and give you fantastic memories. It doesn’t matter if you enjoy clubbing with your Babe-Directory.com escort, or if you’re just the sort of fellow who enjoys a quiet night at home. Whether you’re going out to the movies, to restaurants, to nightclubs, or even to the occasional exotic dancing facility, your date will help you make this one to remember by joining you as you explore all that San Diego has to offer. Maybe you’d like to spend some quality time at the San Diego Zoo, or soaking up the sun on one of San Diego’s many beaches. The city has all of this to offer you and more. At Babe-Directory.com, we insist that we want to build happy memories for you. That’s why and how we do what we do, and that’s the very core of Babe-Directory.com as an escort service. The emphasis in San Diego, as it is in all of the urban areas that we serve, is on the best client-centered customer service we can provide. This is, after all, a service industry, and we will not rest until we are absolutely certain that you going to go home happy and satisfied. When you look back on your experience in San Diego, we want your memories of the area to be part and parcel of your time with us. We want you to think of San Diego as the city where you met an incredibly sexy lady and spent the time of your life enjoying her company for as long as you absolutely wanted to. We want you to think of San Diego as the place where you went out for drinks, dancing, or dinner, or whatever other activity floats your boat, with one of the most gorgeous women you’ve ever met in your life. If you can leave San Diego and not have this beautiful city indelibly printed on your memory, if you walk away from San Diego and you can’t think of the city in the same thought as the beautiful lady you met there, we have not done our job. Not doing our jobs is not an option at Babe-Directory.com. We want to know that we have made a lasting change in your memories. We want to know that with one of our ladies, you have made some of the best memories, had some of the greatest fun, you have ever had while visiting a new city. Book your Babe-Directory.com escort today and start living the time of your life.