Urban camping isn’t all it’s cracked up to be as a tent will easily hold back the breeze and the occupants will suffer. There is also the heat that’s been building up in the concrete that radiates back up into the tent the whole night. When I am able to sleep, I’m still sweating away. When I get up in the morning the ocean breeze usually isn’t blowing so even when I get out the tent and walk up the hill to McDonalds for breakfast I’m sweating the entire way. Once at McDonalds I have to make a bee line to the restroom to sponge down, so to feel somewhat normal again.
I doesn’t help either, that most of the businesses, restaurants, coffee shops aren’t running their air conditioning. McDonalds is the only place I’ve found that has decent A/C and just barely at that. Come on folks, it’s San Diego. It’s not like you have much use of your A/C to begin with. Go ahead and splurge for two weeks. Your employees will appreciate it too.