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5 days in Baltimore/DC

Yes we're going to try to park somewhere outside of DC and take the metro in. We can do 15-25 for a couple meals and 10ish for most others. I like to try really unique places so other than Indian (India not Native American) food I'm game.

5 days in Baltimore/DC

Our hotel is in Linthicum Heights. Thursday night we plan to go to the inner harbor for dinner somewhere. Friday we will be in DC all day, hope to visit the zoo, the Air and Space museum, and whatever else we might have time for. Saturday we will be at the virgin festival all day and will probably only get to eat whatever they have inside. Sunday we won't be going till 5pm and therefore we will need to eat lunch somewhere beforehand. I believe we're going to try to make the National Aquarium early that morning. Monday we leave out after breakfast. Any ideas where we can go. Needs to be fairly inexpensive and close to things I've listed. I really appreciate any help I can get, thanks!

Columbia, S.C. Restaurants

I 2nd Groucho's.

Also I've read many Columbia Post on here and no one ever mention's Yesterday's in Five Points. It is one of my favorite home town places. They have a little bit of everything.

BBQ: Doc's BBQ by the stadium has a wonderful buffet, I think they are only open for lunch.

Burgers: Rockaways has an awesome cheeseburger.

Fried Chicken: Bernie's also by the stadium has the closest thing to home made fried chicken I've found.

Greek/Italian: The house of pizza in South Congaree is family run, and has some of the best pizza/greek salad/pasta in Columbia. I also really like Stephano's in Lexington, which is also family run.

5 Nights, Different eats in San Diego, Under 15pp

We're not afraid of hole in the wall type places, we eat at them often here in our home town. They tend to have the most interesting foods. I will definently give these a shot! :-D

Mar 15, 2007
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5 Nights, Different eats in San Diego, Under 15pp

Those all sound fabulous, yes we're all in our 20's, really looking forward to hitting the beach now :-P

Mar 15, 2007
shockingbluerose in California

5 Nights, Different eats in San Diego, Under 15pp

Thank you, I know that is one all 4 of us will enjoy!

Mar 14, 2007
shockingbluerose in California

5 Nights, Different eats in San Diego, Under 15pp

That sounds good too! Thanks!

Mar 14, 2007
shockingbluerose in California

5 Nights, Different eats in San Diego, Under 15pp

Thank you, I will check those out! :-D

Mar 14, 2007
shockingbluerose in California

5 Nights, Different eats in San Diego, Under 15pp

Thank you! I was hoping for a good outdoor place and also a pizza place. Those will go on the list for sure!

Mar 14, 2007
shockingbluerose in California

5 Nights, Different eats in San Diego, Under 15pp

I know we are planning to spend a day in the down town area, a day in the fashion vally mall area (because from my last very short visit, I think that's the biggest mall in the area) and a day at the Zoo/Balboa park.

Mar 14, 2007
shockingbluerose in California

5 Nights, Different eats in San Diego, Under 15pp

I googled this, is it a business or just a street/district where good/cheap food is located?

Mar 14, 2007
shockingbluerose in California

5 Nights, Different eats in San Diego, Under 15pp

We were actually thinking of venturing a little further than that to Ensenada for a day.

Mar 14, 2007
shockingbluerose in California

5 Nights, Different eats in San Diego, Under 15pp

Three girls and I are going to San Diego in Mid April. We are staying in the Chula Vista Area. We are pretty much up for anything, however we are all young and on a budget. Most of the places I have seen in these posts, while all very interesting, are at best affordable for us at lunch time. Could you please suggest a few places that are good but cheap?

PS: I am from the south and Magnolias looks pretty authentic upon browsing the menu.

Mar 13, 2007
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