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Girls weekend in San Diego - Where to stay?

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Hi there!

I'm planning a trip with a friend of mine for a long weekend in San Diego this January. We're both single, 30-year-old women looking for a mix of relaxation and adventure. We both love spending time by the beach and also going for hikes, but will also want to get to some night spots for a microbrew or a cocktail. Maybe some wandering around a cute downtown, eating some delicious food...

Hoping you guys can offer some advice as to which area to stay in. Budget isn't super huge, but we don't need to go with a hostel either.

I've been doing some research into old posts and put together a temporary itinerary of things we're planning to do while we're in town:
Torrey Pine hiking
Old Town
La Jolla (The Cove?)
Gas Lamp

We are considering renting a car, so if there's a better option that is a little out of town, that's okay too. Thanks in advance for all your help!

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