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San Diego is a beautiful coastal city located in the far southwestern corner of the United States and borders Mexico. The population of San Diego as of 2006 was estimated to be 1,256,951. It is a fairly large bustling city, the second largest in California and the economic center of the 17th largest metropolitan area in the United States, comprising the cities of San Diego, Carlsbad and San Marcos, with a total population as of 2006 of 2.9 million. The county of San Diego has its county seat in the city of San Diego.
The city enjoys a mild Mediterranean climate and 70 miles of beautiful white beaches allowing residents to enjoy a casual lifestyle with all the activities and excitement of a big city. With Mexico on its southern border, the Pacific Ocean to the west, the Anza-Borrego Desert to the east and the Laguna Mountains and beautiful Orange County to the north, San Diego offers many choices for business and enjoyment within the county’s 4,200 square miles.
The topography of the city varies from deep canyons and higher mesas that help to make up small areas of natural parkland that seem to divide up the city, adding to its beauty. There are natural gaps between neighborhoods, which keeps the density low, but necessitates that residents have cars to get them from one place to the next.
The downtown area of San Diego is located right on San Diego Bay, a great spot for taking photos of the beautiful view. To the northeast, there is a mesa where Balboa Park is located, surrounded by a number of densely populated urban communities, extending to Hillcrest in the north. Point Loma and Coronado peninsulas actually separate San Diego Bay from the Pacific Ocean. To the west of Point Loma, you will find Ocean Beach. Between Mission Bay, a man-made marine park, and the ocean you will find Pacific Beach and Mission Beach. North of Pacific Beach is the very affluent community of La Jolla.
Within the city of La Jolla is Mount Soledad where you can see views spanning from the northern part of the county to Mexico. There are gorgeous mountains to the east and past those, you will find areas of desert. With just a half hour’s drive from downtown San Diego, you can be right in Cleveland National Forest. Many people live on and work farmland located in the valleys to the northeast as well as the southeast of the city. Among all the counties in the country, San Diego has one of the largest populations of animals as well as species of plants named on the endangered species list.
Tourism is big business in San Diego with many attractions including the famous San Diego Zoo and Wild Animal Park, Sea World, Belmont Amusement Park and Legoland, which is close by. San Diego has been heavily influenced by the Spanish culture and it’s obvious in the many historic buildings throughout the city, like the Old Spanish missions and the structures at Balboa Park. San Diego offers a diverse selection of restaurants serving a variety of cuisines from Mexican and East Asian to wood-fired pizzas, California style. The annual events drawing the largest crowds to the city include the San Diego/Del Mar Fair, Comic-Con, and the Street Scene Music Festival. Tourists can also enjoy a nice variety of art galleries in La Jolla and Solana Beach.