San Diego is the second largest Californian city. Recently San Diego was rated as one of the top 5 places to live and work in the United States of America. It also has the distinction of being a very wealthy city. The citizens of this city are well-off, with a high per-capita-income.
San Diego has many landmarks. And each one of them is worth many visits. The California Tower is one such land mark. This tower has a clock and a bell. Or you could call a tower with a clock-bell. Situated in Balboa Park, this picturesque tower is the cynosure of attention for anybody visiting that area. Since it is close to the runway, passengers on the right side of descending planes get to see this tower.
The Cygnet’s Old Town theatre is another tourist attraction. It is also another landmark of San Diego. The Cygnet Theater is a comfortable theatre. You get a great view of the play even if you were seated on the last seat of the row. It has the perfect theater architecture to host plays, and capture the attention and imagination of the audience. Different plays are held at the theater. You can watch comedy, romance, family and a lot other theme-plays at this theater. When you sit in this theater, you can’t help but feel a part of the play. That’s the power of the aesthetics of this theater.
San Diego’s Spruce Street Bridge is another popular visit-spot for people visiting San Diego. Just like its name, the bridge will spruce up your spirit. The Spruce Street Bridge is actually a suspension bridge in Spruce Street. Pedestrians have to cross the bridge by foot. Since it is suspended, you can have fun getting imbalanced by the bridge’s swaying. The bridge is not open all day. It remains closed during the night. Also, you need to be careful when you walk, as the bridge sways from side to side.