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San Diego, California - America's Finest City

San Diego is truly"America's Finest City". A 111odem metropolis (second largest in California) and o populoryeor-rouncl resort. Son Diego spreadsfrom the coast to the desert, inclucling c/Uf\, 111esas. hills. rnn,·ons and va lleys. San Diego also surrounds one of California ·s greatest natu– ral harbors which has been a do111i11a11tfactor in deten11ini11g the city's natural history, econom_v and develop111e11t. Meteorologists claim San Diego as the countn· 's only area 11·ith perfect climate. This ideal year-round environment posts an a1·emge daytime temperature (~j' 70 degrees, with an m111ual rai1!f"all of' less than 10 inches. Most days are sunny, with humidi(r genera lly low, e1·en in the summer. The climate, attractive setting and recreationalfacilities 111ake San Diego "America's Finest City"

According to Sports Illustrated, "For sheer numbers of participants, diversity ofpursuits (~j' involvement, San Diego must rank as the sports fitness capital of the U.S." Sports are a major feature of the San Diego lifestyle. One can sail, swim, surf; scuba dive, snorkel, wind-surf on 70 miles ofpublic beach or golf at any of the over 80 courses throughout the county. Balboa Park, a 1, 158-acre recreation and cultural center, offers 25 tennis courts, two gymnasiums, two municipal golf courses and one of the nation's finest zoos. Mission Ba_v Park is a 4,600-acre playground for jogging, fishing, bicycling, tennis, golf, jet skiing and kite flying.

As well as participating in .-"z'l"-------- recreational activities, San

Diego supports their professional teams-- the NFL Chargers and the National League Padres at Qualcomm Stadium. During college football bowl week, San Diego annually hosts the Holiday Bowl. During 1998, Qualcomm Stadium hosted the Super Bowl game between Denver and Green Bay, and more recently the 1998 World Series between the San Diego Padres and the New York Yankees. Whatever sporting activity there is, it's here in San Diego- the Sports Capital of the U.S.A.

San Diego Padres, National League

Champions, 1998, 1984 San Diego Chargers, AFC Champions, 1994

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