-- Most likely the best place to people watch in all of San Diego. Take a walk through the historic (and very busy) Gaslamp Quarter, and when it's time for a break, many of the area restaurants, bars and lounges have outdoor seating for you to sit back, relax and enjoy the view.
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Tuna Harbor Park
700 N. Harbor Dr., San Diego, CA 92101
-- Get a great view of the San Diego Bay, USS Midway Museum and the Embracing Peace statue (also known as the "kissing statue" or "Unconditional Surrender" statue).
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Plaza de Panama at Balboa Park
1450 El Prado, San Diego, CA 92102 (Located across San Diego Museum of Art)
-- The Plaza de Panama fountain is at the center of the famed Balboa Park, giving visitors quick access to museums and other places of interest.
Mission Beach Boardwalk
1710 W Mission Bay Dr., San Diego, CA 92109
-- Walk/jog/bike/skate along the beach, play games or go on a ride at nearby Belmont Park, or simply stop and admire the view at this popular destination (especially during the summer).
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La Jolla Shores
8300 Camino Del Oro, La Jolla, CA 92037
-- There are plenty of spots to sightsee and people watch, including La Jolla Cove, The Children's Pool (for seal watching) and, of course, the popular beaches.
849 W Harbor Dr., San Diego, CA 92101
-- A great spot to not just people watch but to also catch the sunrise or sunset. There are plenty of places to shop and eat, as well.
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Coronado Tidelands Park
2000 Mullinex Dr., Coronado, CA 92118
-- Want to people watch and have a great view of the San Diego Bay and Coronado Bridge? Head over to Tidelands Park for all of that and more.