The new year is here — and so are scads of new happenings, openings and exciting sights to see all around San Diego! From great restaurants to gorgeous hotels to new developments at our world-class attractions, there’s plenty to catch up on here — and no time like now to start checking off all these […]
Conveniently located in the center of it all, Mission Valley is just minutes away from some of San Diego’s major attractions and even closer to some classic, old school-style restaurants that still retain the cool look and feel of yesteryear with delectable retro dining.
After the break are my top 5 tasty and intriguing culinary nods to the retro dining spots in Mission Valley.
For five decades, SeaWorld has surprised and amazed guests with unique entertainment, thrilling rides and up-close encounters with marine animals. The original SeaWorld® park opened its gates for the first time in March 1964 on Mission Bay in San Diego, and starting this March 21, SeaWorld’s 50th Celebration will feature a Sea of Surprises™, an 18-month celebration that highlights some of the most memorable SeaWorld experiences.
Whether you’ve visited San Diego one time or many, one thing’s for sure: There’s always something new and fun to do for the entire family. The only challenge you may have is deciding what to do first! Here are a few exciting summer happenings at world-class San Diego attractions you don’t want to miss.
This week in San Diego, enjoy America’s favorite pastime with a baseball game during the San Diego Padres home opener week and/or one of these other top things to do:
You might recall my blog awhile back on Quirky Roadside Attractions in San Diego’s East County region. With Memorial Day around the bend, now is the perfect time to map out another adventure to discover some wonderfully fascinating finds in our backcountry. After the break are 5 to Try:
My nine year-old son is bursting with excitement with the news that LEGOLAND California just unveiled an expanded Star Wars Miniland area. We’ve been to this area so many times I can name all of the scenes, and that’s saying a lot. My personal favorite is the Ewok Village.
Delighted Star Wars fans can expect to see the giant Jawa sandcrawler, featured in Star Wars: Episode IV A New Hope, made up of more than 15,000 LEGO bricks and weighing in at more than 50 pounds. Other new LEGO models being introduced include: the ion cannon in the Rebel base on the planet Hoth; a towering Crystal City building in Christophsis and the giant opee sea killer on Naboo.
Learn more and grab a $10 off coupon after the break.
USA Today recently revealed its Top Destinations for Spring Break and San Diego (of course!) was among them. After the break are 5 reasons why we think San Diego is a top pick for Spring Break…
Curb your craving for snow in San Diego! SeaWorld and Legoland feature daily made fresh snow for wintery fun in the sun. Leave a comment after the break by noon on Friday (12/9/11) for a chance to win 2 SEALIFE hopper passes good for entry into LEGOLAND and SEA LIFE!
Spend your Thanksgiving Day weekend enjoying one of these five great activities throughout San Diego!