On San Diego’s waterfront is Seaport Village.
This “village” is a popular tourist destination occupying prime waterfront property in San Diego. It is designed to be a “car free” zone where foot paths, not roads, connect the various shops. It’s a good destination for any tourist looking for gifts and other things.
This is a shop selling lots of colourful things.
This area has some history. Back in 1782, the Spanish buried those who died of scurvey here. Years later, the area was used as a landfill and also a rail yard.
Nowadays, the waterfront is very well developed with high rise hotels acting as a backdrop. It’s a much better use than a landfill would be!
That’s all for now. Feel free to leave comments!