While lights wrapped around palm trees are much more common than snowmen with carrots for noses, San Diego gets into the winter spirit with a twist. Just throw on a pair of jeans and grab a light jacket before you and your loved one(s) head out for some outdoor ice skating under the warm San Diego sky.
Fall is a great time for the kids to explore many of San Diego’s free outdoor activities including the beach, hiking sports, sightseeing and more.
After the break are just 25 of the free things kids can do this fall in San Diego.
Looking to spend a day with the kids at the beach in San Diego? With its pristine beaches, near perfect-weather, beachfront dining and plenty of sweet-treat shops, Coronado is a great and easy option.
To make your beach trip even easier, here are just a few of the things you can add to your itinerary throughout the day in Coronado.
After the break are our top ticks for the upcoming weekend in San Diego. What will you be doing?
Even though it may feel like Summer all year round in San Diego, the season officially begins on June 20.
To prepare for the coming of days at the beach, twilight golfing, concerts by the water, cold craft beer and sunshine; Maren and I are headed out along the coast of San Diego to experience the ultimate first day of summer.
The 7th Annual Loews Coronado Bay Resort Surf Dog Competition laps up the fun tomorrow in Imperial Beach (at Dunes Park/Beach, 700 Seacoast Dr.), just down the peninsula from Coronado.
Head to La Jolla Shores for a dive along the wall of La Jolla Canyon and witness the abundance of sea life unlike any other place in California. Add to that the constant reshaping of the canyon wall by the ocean and you have a fascinating area to dive whether you dive it once or several thousand times.
After the break are a few highlights under the water of La Jolla Shores.
This is a perfect weekend to bring the kids to San Diego for a whole host of family friendly events. After the beak are your five to try.
This Easter Sunday, April 8, 2012, make sure to enjoy your champagne brunch with a side of ocean views. With San Diego’s 70 miles of beaches, it is easy to find an amazing restaurant at any point along the coast. Get the most mileage out of your Easter with these great beachside brunch recommendations. Reservations are limited, so hop to it!