The new memorial at Tuna Harbor Park, “A National Salute to Bob Hope and the Military,” is the crowning piece in the Port of San Diego Public Art program’s Greatest Generation Collection, which is a series of art pieces and memorials honoring people, events and military heritage from World War II to present day. Bob Hope’s presence in the collection is fitting since that is just about the same span of time that he entertained U.S. troops overseas.
Take A Stroll at La Jolla Shores Beach!
This past weekend was one of the best weather weekends we’ve had in a while! I really enjoyed my weekly beach volleyball games at Ocean Beach, but decided Sunday afternoon that my dose of beach on Saturday was just not enough for the weekend. With 70 miles of beaches in San Diego, there are a […]
A New Look At the Old Gaslamp Quarter
ike any Wild West town, the story of San Diego is rich with sensational stories of heroism and infamy – from its origins as “New Town” to its era as red light district, through its time of decay into its renaissance – and you can relive it all through these unique and entertaining sightseeing tours.
I Was Trainer For a Day At SeaWorld
What is it about dolphins and other sea creatures that make us want to get in the water with them and give them love? Whatever it is, San Diego is fortunate to have a place where we can scratch that itch. Sea World’s variety of behind-the-scenes programs each have a cost above and beyond the price of admission, but talk about making memories for the family!
Sesame Street Bay of Play at SeaWorld
When Sea World’s Happy Harbor reopened as Sesame Street Bay of Play, it was so much more than before. Sea World’s children’s play area had been transformed into an amusement park all its own within the marine park. Families can bounce, climb, swing, slide, spin and fly in this giant playground complete with kid-friendly rides and a giant jungle gym with rope bridges, nets and slides.
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