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Coronado Ferry Landing Review

A staggering view of San Diego's downtown skyline across the bay and a dozen boutiques make this a delightful place to shop while waiting for a ferry. La Camisa (619/435–8009) is a fun place to pick up kitschy souvenirs, T-shirts, fleece jackets, and postcards. The French Room (619/889–9004) specializes in comfy women's shoes and affordable casual wear. Men's Island Sportswear (619/437–4696) sells hats, tropical sportswear, and accessories to complete your seaside getaway outfit. Get in touch with your Celtic roots at Scottish Treasures (619/435–1880), purveyor of apparel, gifts, tableware, and jewelry from Ireland, Scotland, England, and Wales.

La Camisa. This is a fun place to pick up kitschy souvenirs, T-shirts, fleece jackets, and postcards. 1201 1st St, between B Ave and C Ave, 92118. 619/435–8009.

Scottish Treasures. Get in touch with your Celtic roots with imported apparel, gifts, tableware, and jewelry from Ireland, Scotland, England, and Wales. You can even order a custom-made kilt. 619/435–1880.

Men's Island Sportswear. Complete your seaside getaway with hats, tropical sportswear, and accessories here. 619/437–4696.

Updated: 12-03-2012

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