I lived in San Diego for about 3 years now, but I feel like I still haven't seen/done everything. What are some SD stuff you have done?
Body surfing at La Jolla Shores is great! All you need is a fin.
LOVE this characteristic cafe! Good food too!
A must-stop if you're in La Jolla.
Didn't know if you had checked out the events going on in Balboa Park, especially the art museum. I know they're doing Screen on the Green (showing movies outdoors next to the museum) as well as sometimes having Yoga Night and other events.
Also, Park organizations offer free admission on a rotating basis on the first four Tuesdays of the month to San Diego City & County residents (with ID), active military & their dependents (http://www.balboapark.org/visit/tuesdays).
You can save time and avoid lines after games by purchasing a Regional Day Pass before boarding the Trolley on your way to the ballpark. A Day Pass costs just $5 for unlimited rides on the Trolley and most MTS buses for the entire service day. It's makes a visit a lot less stressful!
Go early and hungry - everyone samples their goods and you'll be full by lunchtime, or you can break and eat at one of the cute Little Italy restaurants and then get back to your shopping! Bring cash as not everyone accepts cards yet.
I hope you've crossed this off your list a long time ago.
This is definitely on my list of places I must visit every time I'm in San Diego.
Have you been to Little Italy and/or their farmer's market? The Mercado takes place every Saturday from 9-1 and has become my new favorite haunt downtown.
Try a kayak and/or snorkel tour in La Jolla! Just did this last week and had a blast.
You've probably been to the museums or historic buildings, but sometimes a simple hike through the canyons in the park is a great way to spend an afternoon.