San Diego, aka “America's Finest City”, might be one of the more understated cities in the nation, despite its boastful nickname. Los Angeles, San Francisco and even Sacramento, the state capital, seem to get more press than San Diego. This city is a lot of fun, if you plan ahead and know where to go and things to do that will suit your interests. If you're planning a trip to San Diego, make sure you plan ahead in advance, so you know what you will need in terms of a portable oxygen concentrator rental, as well as how many batteries you will need.
For example, if you plan on venturing far from your hotel (or home if you live in San Diego), you may need to order 2 extra batteries, which we can easily add on to your rental package. Give us a call, and we will help you decide on the oxygen concentrator rental that will meet your oxygen therapy needs, as well as how many extra batteries you will need.
You will also need to plan ahead with your airline if you are traveling by plane, to see what their requirements are for how much battery power you should bring with you, and anything else they might need, like a note from your doctor. They also want to make sure you have what you need, just in case there are flight delays, which happen more frequently than we would like.
So charge up your batteries and head down to the San Diego Zoo and the Safari Park if you have the family in tow. Another great family attraction is the local Sea World park, where you can get up close and personal with a beluga whale. Old Town San Diego is an old west historic attraction that looks like it's straight out of a gunslinger movie. There is also a rich Mexican culture that can be experienced while you're here. There is a great art festival in Old Town, plus restaurants with the best authentic Mexican food.
Eating out in San Diego should be something you plan carefully, so you can visit the best places in the city, and because there are so many great places to eat. Cafe Chloe is a great cozy and classy bistro style restaurant, and if you have a taste for some good Italian food, Blue Ribbon Artisan Pizza might be more your style. There are other great international restaurants, such as Kaito Sushi and Wa Dining Okan Japanese cuisine. Blind Lady Ale house would be great to check out for some good brews and casual dining.
If a night on the town, mingling with locals is something you want to do, head to the rooftop at the Altitude Sky Lounge. You can take in amazing panoramic view of Coronado Island, San Diego Bay and the San Diego Skyline, and it's like no other bar in the city. Fluxx is a great experience for all the senses and live shows that you won't forget. The Tipsy Crow is one of San Diego's oldest bar, and a cool place to go for any occasion.