Travel Blog 4 | How To Travel To Old Town San Diego | GoCars

We traveled to Old Town San Diego after going on a Gocar Tour San Diego “Old Meets New” Downtown + Old Town. But that is not how it all started.

It started with me wanting to find something fun to do in San Diego for a day. I had no idea what to do there. I was looking for a tour to take. I called a local travel agency and they told me they do not do day tours. Then I remembered my American Express card does tours in different areas, so I called them. A nice travel rep. spent about an hour on the phone with me trying to find the best thing to do in my price range and with the person I was going with. There were some limitations. When I tried again to book with American Express, the next morning after booking my Amtrak ride, I waited on the phone over an hour and was never served.

Luckily, American Express had given me the name of the booking company who books the tours for them. So, when I called them, I knew they would be reputable. That company’s name is Viator. I would not hesitate to book with them again.

The next day, the fun began. We got a ride on the Amtrak train, and got off at “Old Town” train station. I did not know how far the Gocar office was, so I called lift to give us a ride. I called them twice and no one ever came to pick us up. I noticed a map by the streetlight and saw the Gocar office was not far away. In fact, it was only a few steps away from the train station. How convenient is that? So, my rider and myself walked a block up the street.

When we got there, I told them I was a little apprehensive about driving their cars with handlebar brakes and throttle. They had the solution waiting for me ready to go. An electric Gocar that looked like a car with a steering wheel and brakes just like a normal car. I was happy. We had a lot of fun cruising around San Diego in our Gocar.

When we got back to the office to return the Gocar, we were told that Old Town was directly across the street from them. We walked over and had a picnic. We spent the rest of the day at Old Town. We got some ice cream from the hand made ice cream shop and bought candy at the candy store. We walked over to the park and my rider decided to climb one of the trees there.

When it was time to go back home, we waited at the Amtrak station for the train to arrive and left Old Town and Gocar with found memories promising to return one day and do it again.

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