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Tourism is definitely picking up in San Diego, the state of California and the nation. For the year to date through April, the San Diego hotel occupancy rate rose 4.7%, topping the gain of San Francisco, Anaheim and Los Angeles, as well as the average for the top 25 markets, according to Smith Travel Research. However, San Diego's occupancy rate for the year through April was 68.5%, lower than the three major coastal California markets, but topping the average of the top 25 of 66.4%. Spring break boosted travel in the California market, says La Jolla hotel expert Jerry Morrison. But he also notes that international and business travel are doing well.

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