Celebrate the Fourth of July with a long weekend in San Diego enjoying the sunshine, outdoor adventures, live outdoor concerts and these top things to do.
Many travelers think of the East Coast as the home of U.S. history, but there’s plenty for history buffs to discover in San Diego, too! If you’re traveling with an eye to the past, try this three-day itinerary for stepping back in time to explore San Diego’s vibrant heritage.
Dad (and the rest of the family) will definitely enjoy the Father’s Day weekend in San Diego with all of these top things to do.
Though he was born in Australia, Rob Machado is a San Diegan through and through. This professional surfer has been in the water all over the world, but he still loves surfing San Diego. “I’ve been a lot of places, and there’s not that many places around the world where you have an area that so compact with so many good surf spots,” Rob says.
Most cultures around the world have their own native version of soup or stew, and San Diego eateries offer a global spectrum of choices. For instance, the growing popularity of Vietnamese pho makes it the latest cross-cultural hit in the culinary world. There are an amazing number of delicious pho and Thai and Japanese ramen and udon soup restaurants in San Diego. There are so many choices that this blog is not even going to address the Asian soup camp – we’ll save it for another blog.
Here are some of my favorite soups in San Diego.
Say thanks to mom this Mother’s Day weekend with a relaxing yet exciting few days in San Diego with a spa treatment, shopping and these top things to do.
If you caught this week's episode of <a href="http://www.npr.org/2014/05/03/308752731/san-diego-animal-ambassador-zookeeper-rick-plays-not-my-job" target="_blank">NPR's Wait Wait…Don't Tell Me!</a>, you might already be familiar with <a title="Rick Schwartz – San Diego's Guide to Family Fun" href="http://www.sandiego.org/campaigns/good-stuff/rick-schwartz.aspx" target="_blank">Rick Schwartz</a>, Animal Care Supervisor for the <a title="San Diego Zoo" href="http://www.sandiego.org/members/attractions/san-diego-zoo.aspx" target="_blank">San Diego Zoo</a>. As a member of the San Diego Zoo's team for 13 years, Rick has more than a few good tips to share for exploring the grounds and beyond.
Let Rick Schwartz be your Guide to the Good Stuff in San Diego with his picks for the best animal (and people) watching!
Fans of the Food Network know Marcela Valladolid as the star of Mexican Made Easy and one of the hosts of The Kitchen, but many viewers might not know that Marcela is a San Diegan through and through! And this chef loves the cuisine of San Diego, which is full of Mexican influence. As Marcela notes, “we’re so close to Mexico, it’s unavoidable!”
Let Marcela be your Guide to the Good Stuff with her picks for the most authentic flavors of San Diego.
Spring is finally here and that means it’s time to put on the ol’ Padres baseball cap, pick up a box or two of cracker jacks and head downtown to the beautiful Petco Park for an afternoon or evening America’s pastime in San Diego!
The last weekend in March is going out with a bang. Come and enjoy all the amazing activities and attractions San Diego has to offer along with these top things to do.