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cali254 09-25-2006 11:04 AM

LSS in San Diego?
 
I am going to be in San Diego in a couple of weeks and wondered if anyone could tell me some good local stamp stores there?? I found a couple on the internet but don't want to miss anything!
Thanks in advance!!

mrsa1993 09-25-2006 11:55 AM

There used to be a little one at Seaport Village (called Stampdiego) right on the water by the Marriott hotel. Lots of cute shops at that Seaport Village. But its also been 6 years since I've been to San Diego.

SDiegoGal 09-25-2006 04:19 PM

San Diego is a huge area. You could travel from the south to the north, and it could take you an hour going all highway. Which part of SD are you visiting?

cali254 09-25-2006 04:54 PM

Oh, yeah, you'll have to excuse me as the city I live in only takes 20 minutes in any direction!
I am staying just 4 miles from the SD airport. I really don't want to travel too far as we will only be there 2 days. Thanks!

suedstamper 09-25-2006 04:58 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by mrsa1993
There used to be a little one at Seaport Village (called Stampdiego) right on the water by the Marriott hotel. Lots of cute shops at that Seaport Village. But its also been 6 years since I've been to San Diego.

Stamp Diego is no longer in Seaport Village...bummer...I used to love going down there just for that store. They closed that location but their Rancho San Diego store is still open--lotsa stamps!!! It is inland a bit but I would think you wouldn't want to pass that store up.

suedstamper 09-25-2006 05:07 PM

Oh oh oh....just around the corner from Seaport Village...if you are going to Old Town (which is touristy) there is a little stamp shop there...should be fairly close to you. I sometimes go there when I am looking for unusual or hard to find stuff. It's little, but they have quite a few stamps. Nice place to go if you are visiting Old Town anyway. But I think Stamp Diego has it all--lots of new stuff (though not in a touristy place).

11Valerie11 09-25-2006 05:38 PM

This one comes highly recommended, although I've yet to go there:

http://www.stampingdetails.com/location/

and this is the one Sue was referring to, and where I tend to go for my non SU things:

http://www.stampdiego.com/page/page/1383883.htm


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