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I am in Old Town at midnight. I am not surprised. While it is a place, without question, built for tourists, I balk at the suggestion that ‘locals don’t go there’ and such ‘traps’ should be avoided by those looking for an ‘authentic’ experience.
For me, there is nothing more authentic and alluring than the post-structuralist break-down of real and pretend. Old Town is a piece of living theater staged on the actual blood, sweat and bones of San Diego’s history. The lines between reality and mythology blur amongst historical landmarks and themed restaurants, dusty graveyards and costumed guides. Read More…
What do you get when you mix tequila, triple sec and lime/lemon juice? Why a classic margarita of course. February 22 is National Margarita Day (NMD) and what better way to celebrate this joyous holiday then by enjoying a Cadillac Margarita under the San Diego sun!
I know San Diego is large and finding just one place to enjoy a great margarita can be difficult. To help you out, here are a few options throughout the county after the break… Read More…