With the eagerly awaited arrival of Comic-Con International this week, San Diego is gleefully celebrating all things comic. And whether or not you were lucky enough to have scored Comic-Con tickets, you can certainly partake in San Diego’s love affair with the genre. No matter what time of year you visit San Diego, you’ll find the spirit of Comic-Con thriving at San Diego’s many comic book stores.
Locals and tourists will enjoy Authentic Asian Cuisine Although not officially named an Asian Restaurant Row, Convoy Street between the 1-52 freeway and Mesa College Drive surely fits the bill for authentic Asian cuisine. Here you’ll find fabulous Vietnamese, Japanese, Korean and Chinese culture and cuisine in an amalgamation of flavors, sights and sounds. Convoy […]
Who doesn't like holiday outlet shopping? San Diego has two awesome premium outlets, one in North County and the other in the South Bay, where you can find designer, name brand gifts at incredible prices.
Both outlet centers offer an upscale outdoor setting with full food courts including Starbucks, fast food and seated dining. Plus, during the month of December, both centers are offering a "Deal of the Day," coupon books with 25-30 savings offers beyond the outlet discounts and plenty of holiday fun for the whole family.
San Diego is a paradise of parks. The Trust for Public Land named San Diego one of the 10 best U.S. cities based on access to and size of our parks, which comprises close to a quarter of the city’s total area. But ratings aside, the best facet of San Diego’s many parks is the diversity. From water to grass, from culture to desert, San Diego has it all.
If there’s one thing San Diego knows how to do, it’s make a great burger. For my family (which includes a teenage boy), the classics done really well are what we crave. Here’s a short list of some of our favorites.
I’m always looking for new fun ways to engage my teenage son and this past weekend I hit the jackpot. We took a Segway tour through downtown San Diego and the embarcadero that was in a word, awesome. One of the things that made the day so special was seeing my teenager display the fun-filled enthusiasm that used to be so common but these days is hard tap.
This past weekend my husband and I with our 12 year old son and a pal in tow, visited the new Aquatica San Diego waterpark in South Bay. I can sum up the day with just one word – awesome! The park just opened in June and SeaWorld has turned the formerly Knotts Soak City site into waterpark paradise.