Prince Harry Parties at a Gaslamp Club

Prince Harry arrived last week for a two-month military helicopter training course at the Naval Air Facility at El Centro, Calif.

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    In this Thursday, Oct. 7, 2011, photo, Great Britain's Prince Harry, top center, known as Capt. Wales when on military duty, arrives at the Naval Air Facility El Centro, in El Centro, Calif. Prince Harry arrived at the Naval Air Facility to begin his two-month military helicopter training course that will prepare him for combat. (AP Photo/Ministry of Defence, Sarah Candito)

    It didn't take long for England's Prince Harry to be spotted in a San Diego nightclub.

    On Saturday night, the prince was seen partying at the Ivy Nightclub downtown. The British Army Captain is in the San Diego area for military training.

    Prince Harry Enjoys San Diego

    [DGO] Prince Harry Enjoys San Diego
    Over the weekend, Prince Harry was spotted around town enjoying the San Diego nightlife

    Prince Harry, known for his partying ways, hung out at the club in his own private balcony with a big group of both men and women, until it closed at 2 a.m.

    According to club management, Harry will be staying at the Andaz hotel until next Friday.

    One local television station reported the prince was also spotted at McP's Irish Pub in Coronado over the weekend.

    Prince Harry arrived last week for a two-month military helicopter training course at the Naval Air Facility at El Centro, Calif. -- a two-hour drive from San Diego -- where he will fly Apache helicopters in the desert near the Mexican border.

    The facility hosts allied troops throughout the year because its hot, dusty conditions replicate Afghanistan's harsh environment and the clear weather allows for constant flying.

    Harry is among 20 students in the British Army participating in the training that ends at an Air Force station in Gila Bend, Ariz. where they will fire missiles, rockets and cannons from the Apache helicopters.