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San Diego is a city in the United States of America, located in southern California just north of the Mexican border on the Pacific Ocean coast.

It is the second largest city in California and the eighth largest in the United States, as well as the capital of the homonymous county. The climate of San Diego is particularly mild, the cold currents from the north mitigate the warm air from the nearby desert and the surrounding mountains manage to block the perturbations.

San Diego, in addition to being one of the most important western military sites, with numerous Navy and Marines bases, is a city that lives for tourism. Some attractions have become world famous for their beauty and grandeur.

Kilometers and kilometers of beaches stretch along the coast.

Book Green Hotels in San Diego with us, we will plant trees and you will be able to donate to charity for free!

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Our selected Green Hotels in San Diego. Choose one of the suggested hotel below or use the filter in the search results.

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DONATE TO CHARITY FOR FREE

A Dream In Their Mind Is Our Mission!

We are working together with the only hope for raising a better tomorrow.

When you book you will receive a card that allow you to choose the charitable causes you want to support for FREE!

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PLANT TREES FOR FREE

Reforest the Planet by Planting Trees!

Make the world a greener place. We work with the aim of reforesting the planet by planting trees.

When you book we will plant trees for you, this is completely FREE! Don’t be mean, think GREEN!

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