New York has its cabbie, Chicago its bluesman and Seattle its coffee-drinking boho. San Diego has its surfer dude, with his tousled hair, great tan and gentle enthusiasm, he looks like he’s on a perennial vacation, and when he wishes you welcome, he really means it.
San Diego calls itself "America’s Finest City" and its breezy confidence and sunny countenance filter down even to folks you encounter every day on the street. It feels like a collection of villages each with their own personality, but it’s the nation’s eighth-largest city and we’re hard-pressed to think of a place of any size that’s more laid-back.
What's not to love? San Diego bursts with world-famous attractions for the entire family, including the zoo, Legoland, and the museums of Balboa Park, plus a bubbling Downtown, beautiful hikes for all, more than 60 beaches, and America’s most perfect weather.
This city may be known for fish tacos, but there are plenty of steak aficionados—and talented chefs—who wholeheartedly embrace sizzling slabs. Like your steakhouses old fashioned and buttoned-down? Check. Prefer hip, new-school establishments that take pride in their craft cocktails? … Continue reading
From Cherry Blossoms to butterflies, here are 8+ things to do in San Diego this weekend that are worth the trip. Life After When: March 22 – April 28, 2019Where: The Old Globe – 1363 Old Globe Way, San Diego, … Continue reading
Cruising along on two wheels is one of the best ways to take in San Diego’s scenery and stubbornly delightful weather. The region is crisscrossed by innumerable miles of paved, dirt, and mountain bike trails, perfect for any cyclist. With … Continue reading
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Cheers to an amazing weekend in San Diego enjoying everything California’s Beach City has to offer including St. Patrick’s Day celebrations and these top things to do. San Diego Latino Film Festival When: March 14-24, 2019Don’t miss the opportunity to … Continue reading