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Old town San Diego is the site of the first European settlement on the West Coast of the United States. The Presidio established here in 1769 is on the hill just above Old Town Historic State Park. The same year the Presidio was established Mission San Diego de Alcala was built. The final site of The Mission is further up Mission Valley, but you can still visit The San Diego Presidio in it original location.
Within the Old Town Neighborhood you will find only a small number of single family homes and apartments. Most housing in this area is defined by the surrounding Mission Hills Neighborhood. Just past Mission Hills is the Midtown Neighborhood. Several things make living in Old Town very desirable. From great places to eat and festivities to easy access to public transportation Old Town is a great place for those seeking a casual urban environment.
One aspect of the community which makes Old Town so vibrant are the annual festivals held here. Every May prepare for excitement as thousands of San Diegans join in celebration of Cinco De Mayo. Another great tradition for many in San Diego is Fiesta Navidad. This two day festival is held in celebration of Christmas each December. Many people enjoy watching the Fiesta Navidad re-enactment of Mary and Joseph’s story with traditional food and drink.
If you get hungry in Old Town try Harney Sushi. Local favorites include the California Roll and Miso Roll. You might recognize the name Harney Sushi if you are familiar with Oceanside as there is another location there. After a great deal of positive feedback and success Harney’s local business owners chose to open a new location in Old Town. For an elegant Mexican Restaurant experience consider El Agave on San Diego Avenue. Decorated with hundreds of tequila bottles (both empty and full) this restaurant and tequileria is one of a kind. Savor a dish with their wonderful mole sauce or feast on some excellent seafood.
The western border of Old Town is formed by the San Diego 5 Freeway. Heading in any other direction you will run into Mission Hills Neighborhood but not without an uphill climb. The Presidio was established on the hill above Old Town to make it a good safe lookout. Most of residents at that time settled in Old Town to save climbing up the hill on a daily basis. Today those who choose to live in old town will also find many conveniences, although of a very modern sort. Take for example the Amtrak Train station in Old Town. Along this railway you can reach local stops with ease, like the beach towns of the central and north coast. If you’re leaving San Diego County, the train is a great way to travel.
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