From North County to Old Town to Coronado, San Diego is closing out April with some amazing events. Make sure to check out at least one of these top things to do.
Sunglasses, check! Flip flops, check! Sunscreen, check! Camera, double check! Whether you’re bringing the family to San Diego for the first time, or returning for another round of fun, there are lots of iconic family photo spots to capture special moments and to enjoy for years to come. We’re talking one-of-kind San Diego-centric places you’ll want to remember forever – beautiful sandy white beaches, feeding the dolphins at SeaWorld, standing next to an F/A-18 Hornet on the flight deck of the USS Midway Museum, or getting up close to Mary, a 9,000 pound elephant also known as “the boss lady” at the San Diego Zoo.
With so many of the nation’s best photo ops in one place, how do you find them all? If you like walking tours, Snap Photo Tours can take you to some of San Diego’s top places to photograph including Balboa Park, the Gaslamp Quarter and Coronado. Not only will you learn about the history of these places, but they’ll teach you how to get better shots with your camera. Or you can try San Diego Photography Tours. They offer walking and shuttle tours of hidden gems in San Diego with experienced professional photographers who know the best vantage points and best time of day for the best shots.
But sometimes, the most memorable family photos are captured when you strike out on your own, with kids in tow and a smart phone camera in hand.
Spend the first weekend of April in San Diego basking in the beautiful weather and enjoying these top things to do…
Escape to San Diego for a sunny spring weekend enjoying the beach, ocean, outdoors activities and these top things to do…
We asked a few of San Diego’s golf courses to snap a photo from their favorite tee at 5:00 PM Pacific time on Wednesday February 27th, 2013. Check out the what they came up with and hear from the experts why these are their favorite tee shots on the course.
With a forecast of temperatures in the high 70s, this is going to be a great weekend to be in San Diego! After the break are our top things to do (when you are not at the beach).
With most of California’s wetlands gone and developed, birding enthusiasts should know those wetlands remain here in the San Diego County region serve as the last refuge for many of the Western Flyway’s migrating birds on the way in or back from farther south.
That makes San Diego one of the premier destinations for birders from all over the world. As many as 480 bird species have been identified in San Diego County. In addition to this hot spot for birding, the Colorado River and the Salton Sea to the east also are prime bird-watching areas and within a day trip of San Diego.
February is for sweethearts. But where’s the most romantic spot in San Diego for sharing a smooch on Valentine’s Day? Ask five locals and get five different answers. We’d love to hear about your favorite place for romancing…
In the meantime, after the break are a few of our favorites…
It’s never too early to start planning your weekend celebration. From frisky nighttime parties to relaxing strolls through wildflower, here are our top things to do in San Diego this weekend that are sure to please a variety friends and family.
After a busy day of sight-seeing and exploring San Diego, you may be ready to try a different kind of R&R. There’s no better way to relax and rejuvenate your body and your soul than at one of San Diego’s top hotel spas – especially if your sweetheart is by your side. With Valentine’s Day just around the corner, why not surprise your significant other with a relaxing couple’s massage. From ginger-vanilla massages to chocolate and orange body wraps, here are just a few of the romantic offerings around town.