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

The 52nd Annual ASTRO (American Society of Therapeutic Radiology and Oncology) meeting will be held in San Diego, California from October 31 to November 4, 2010.  San Diego is also the home of R.O.S. (Radiology Oncology Systems, Inc.), a company specializing in the sale and relocation of linear accelerators and other radiation therapy equipment.

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 “Top Ten List of Things to Do:” 

Phillip Hirschfelder Top 10
Phillip Hirschfelder 


The Torrey Pines Gliderport is a very unique part of San Diego. It offers some impressive views of the coast and La Jolla. If you’re looking for adventure you can even try paragliding yourself! Mount Soledad also offers great views and is a patriotic Veteran’s memorial site for San Diego.

 http://flytorrey.com/cms/          http://www.soledadmemorial.com/

Julia Keneipp Top 10
Julia Keneipp


One of my favorite things to do in San Diego is to check out the Cabrillo National Monument, especially at low tide. It’s great because when the tide is low you can walk on the rocks and see all the sea life in the tide pools.    
                        
http://www.nps.gov/cabr/

 
Michael Teague Top 10
Michael Teague
 


I would pick a Sunday brunch at the Catamaran Hotel in Pacific Beach, about 15 minutes north of downtown. After brunch, I’d hop on the beautiful Mississippi-style sternwheeler boat, the Bahia Bell for a cruise around the waters of Mission Bay.

http://www.catamaranresort.com/dining0.html

 Greg Bare Top 10
Greg Bare


Personally, I’d say that Café’ Chloe is one of the best restaurants to dine at in San Diego’s Gaslamp District. Located at 721 Ninth Ave. in downtown, it’s a great place for people who are passionate about food and wine.                  

http://www.cafechloe.com/

 John Vano Top 10
John Vano


How about a hike in La Jolla through the Torrey Pines State Reserve? It takes about 1 ½ hours to complete, if you hike from the top of the cliffs, down to the ocean, and back up. It’s easily one of the most beautiful and scenic hikes in California.  

http://www.torreypine.org/

 Katie Moran Top 10
Katie Moran
 

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 State Farm (previously Buick) Invitational.

https://www.sandiegogaslamphotel.com/nightlife/altitude

http://torreypinesgolfcourse.com/

 Lauren Sparks Top 10
Lauren Sparks       


Historic Old Town
offers visitors a glimpse of San Diego’s past as it transformed from a Mexican pueblo to an American settlement. My favorite San Diego activity is spending an afternoon shopping in Old Town then followed by a delicious dinner at Casa Guadalajara.

http://www.bazaardelmundo.com/      http://oldtownsandiegoguide.com/

 Seth Ball Top 10
Seth Ball
 

I think Balboa Park is one of San Diego’s best attractions. Take a walk through the botanical gardens, check out some of the museums, learn about the stars at the planetarium, eat dinner at The Prado, or see a play at the Old Globe Theatre. You definitely won’t run out of things to do or sights to see.                                               

http://www.balboapark.org/

 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!

http://sdhe.com/san-diego-bay-ferry.html      http://www.hoteldel.com/

 Ryan Schock Top 10
Ryan Schock
 

I like to check out the waves and sunset on the boardwalk in Mission or PB (Pacific Beach). The people watching is great, and sometimes you even get to see the green flash as the sunsets. San Diego is rated one of the best places to learn to surf, if you’re feeling adventurous…give it a try!

http://www.cheap-rentals.com/CR_Surfing_Equipment/index.html

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