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Hotel Del Coronado
Posted on January 27, 2020
Ah, yes, the Hotel del Coronado. Boy, does it have a story to tell. This “hotel of the crowned” is aptly named, as guests can today expect to spend anywhere from $600 to $3500 a night for any of i...
Horton Grand Hotel
Posted on January 24, 2020
Built back in 1887 by architects Comstock & Trotsche, the original Grand Horton hotel was part of a building boom that followed after San Diego opened their first transcontinental railroad connect...
El Campo Santo Cemetery
Posted on January 21, 2020
At only half an acre in total size, El Campo Santo, or the holy field, is one of the smallest cemeteries you’ll find in California. About the size of a small gas station parking lot, it is comprised...
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The William Heath Davis House
The William Heath Davis House, now known as the Davis-Horton House, was built in 1850 and is the oldest standing structure in Downtown San Diego. It currently holds the Gaslamp Quarter Historical Foun...
Star of India
A ship full of entities, the Star of India, the oldest working sailing vessel, is an 1863 iron sailing ship. It was previously known as ‘The Euterpe,’ which is the Grecian muse of music. A gorgeou...
Berkeley Steam Ferry Boat
Haunted ships galore in the paranormal community, from the Titanic to the spirit-ridden vessels of wartimes gone by. It seems as if ghosts flock to these ships, the slapping of salty waves against the...
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