Top 10 Things to do in San Diego, According to the ROS TEam
Top 10 Things to Do in San Diego
According to the ROS Team - We hope you enjoy our list!

San Diego is the home of R.O.S. (Radiology Oncology Systems, Inc.), a company that provides radiation oncology and diagnostic imaging facilities around the world with qualityh, cost-effective solutions.

If you plan on attending ASTRO, be sure to allow yourself some time to enjoy the beautiful city of San Diego.  Several R.O.S. associates have put together a “List of the Top 10 Things to Do in San Diego:” 

Phillip Hirschfelder Top 10
Phillip Hirschfelder 


Visit a Microbrewery. San Diego has become world renowned for its microbreweries, with over 150 in the county.  If you are feeling thirsty, head over to visit one and see how beer is made after which you can quench your thirst with a pint.  Better yet, sign up for a beer tour so you can get around safely.  

Jason Feder Top 10
Jason Feder

Check out a ballgame!  Entertain friends and business partners while enjoying one of the best parks in the U.S.  Petco Park is walking distance from the convention center.  On your way to or after the game, walk around, eat, or grab a drink in one of San Diego’s most popular districts, Gaslamp.  This year, there are baseball games Friday night, Saturday night, and Sunday afternoon (San Diego Padres vs. Colorado Rockies).  Saturday night there will be postgame fireworks.
Check out the schedule and buy tickets here:  All within walking distance of downtown!

Michael Teague Top 10
Michael Teague

Gondola Ride on Coronado. I would head to Coronado and indulge in a private Gondola Ride. You can cruise through the enchanting canals of the Coronado Cays. If you have time, explore the Hotel Del Coronado and grab a cocktail and enjoy the sunset.


 Tommy Hughes Top 10
Tommy Hughes


Bike Ride along the Boardwalk. My favorite thing to do in San Diego is to ride my bike along Mission bay with my Jack Russell Terrier, Sharkey, leading the way. Once we hit the end of the isle, then it’s Mission beach for another couple miles due north to Pacific Beach. This ride is a spectacle of beautiful sites, watching the waves, and plenty of people watching along the way!!! World Famous has great tacos and people watching if you get hungry along the way.

 John Vano Top 10
John Vano


Adventure in Legoland. For families with children, Legoland in Carlsbad is a fun way to spend the day.  It’s a theme park with activities for kids, and enough food and shopping to keep the parents entertained. 


What does it feel light to float in the air, sailing above the beautiful cliffs and beaches of La Jolla?  The Torrey Pines Gliderports allow amateurs to experience this thrill.  You don’t need training or classroom instruction—just show up and you won’t believe how easy it is to experience this thrill.

 Katie Moran Top 10
Katie Witherall

Altitude Sky Lounge is the best rooftop bar in San Diego. On the 22nd level of the San Diego Marriott Gaslamp, it’s the perfect place to unwind with expansive views of Petco Park, downtown, and Coronado Island. 

Also, Torrey Pines golf course, open to the public and home to the Farmers (previously Buick) Invitational.

 Ed Brown Top 10
Ed Brown

I recommend taking the Ferry from the Embarcadero in downtown across to Coronado. Only $7 round trip, and a quick 15 minute ride. Be sure to sit on the upper deck for the best views- downtown skyline, sail boats, navy ships, and bridges are amazing! Try renting a bike on the Ferry landing and biking over to the Hotel Del Coronado for some lunch on the beach!

 Ryan Schock Top 10
Ryan Schock

Take a Walk on the Boardwalk. One of the most entertaining things to do while in San Diego would be head to Pacific Beach to take a walk on the boardwalk from Crystal Pier to South Mission Beach. You will see amazing sunsets every night and if you’re lucky you will see the famous Green Flash. On your walk, you are guaranteed to see an eclectic blend of surfers, locals and many other tourists from around the world flocked to this picturesque Southern CA past time of enjoying the beach life. With a surreal backdrop of the Pacific Ocean and miles of famous Southern CA beach, this walk is one of the most enjoyable times you will experience while in San Diego. If you get tired, there are dozens of places to stop and enjoy some fish tacos or even a margarita. The total trip is approximately 5 miles roundtrip from Crystal Pier to South Mission Beach, so bring your walking shoes or flip flops and do not forget your bathing suit if you need to cool down and jump in the ocean. September is widely known to be the best month of the year so enjoy!!!!

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